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Free Mental Health First Aid Training Offered in Ocean County [AUDIO]

As New Jerseyans living in the areas impacted the hardest by Superstorm Sandy continue to put their lives back together, many are seeking help for mental health disorders.

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What Taking a Lot of “Selfies” May Say About You

Remember Ellen's epic "selfie" from the Oscars a couple of weekends ago? Sure, it was fun, but some experts are saying that if you're someone who takes a lot of pictures of yourself, you may have a problem...

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Sandy Still Causing Mental Health Problems, Poll Finds [AUDIO]

Mental health issues persist among Superstorm Sandy victims, nearly 17 months since the storm made landfall in New Jersey, according to a new Monmouth University Poll.

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Sandy Nearly One Year Later: Emotions Still High [AUDIO]

It's been nearly a year since Hurricane Sandy devastated the New Jersey coastline and left countless families with deep emotional scars, including many children who are just now starting to scratch the surface of their feelings in the aftermath of the disaster.

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Flickr User D. Sharon Pruitt (Pink Sherbert Photography)
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Helping Kids Balance Their Mental Health [SERIES]

In part five of our series "NJ Children Confronting Mental Illness," we focus on how parents can help their children deal with mental health, and get the help they need.

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NJ Group Educates About Mental Health Issues [SERIES]

In part 3 of our series "NJ Children Confronting Mental Illness," we meet a New Jersey woman whose son was diagnosed with mental illness at age 15, and then took his own life four years later.

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Mental Illness
Flickr User Kiran Foster
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Mental Health Issues Rise in NJ Kids [SERIES]

In part one of a five-part series titled, "NJ Kids Confronting Mental Illness," we examine the situation of why a growing number of our children are being diagnosed with mental health conditions.

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Fighting to Help Those With Mental Health Issues [AUDIO]

It's a complaint that's growing increasingly common - New Jersey residents seeking mental health treatment finding out their insurance does not cover what they thought it would cover.

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Mental Illness More Widespread Than You May Think [AUDIO]

Take a random group of six New Jersey adults, and chances are that one of them is taking medication for some type of psychological or behavioral disorder.

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New App Helps New Jersey Veterans [AUDIO]

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.

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