If you are a New Jersey veteran returning home from deployment and you're looking to find information on the many services available to help you in your transition back to civilian life, you have technology on your side. There's an app for that and it was created by a veteran.
On the heels of President Barack Obama calling for a stronger national discussion on mental illness Monday, a state lawmaker is pushing a bi-partisan bill to authorize courts in any county in New Jersey to order patients with mental illness to partake in outpatient treatment.
Actors Bradley Cooper and Glenn Close are among those gathering Monday at the White House for a conference on mental health, organized as part of President Barack Obama's response to last year's shooting massacre at a Connecticut elementary school.
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