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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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Flickr user Amy Wilbanks
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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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Flickr User Casey Serin
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Bill Would Expand Mental Health Treatment in NJ [POLL/AUDIO]

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.

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‘Waves Of Hope’ For Sandy Victims [AUDIO]

It's been a tough road for some of the hardest hit victims of Sandy.

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Flickr User Unfolded
Flickr User Unfolded
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More Kids Have Mental Disorders, Report Says [AUDIO]

Childhood mental disorders are on the rise, with one in five kids dealing with some kind of a problem, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

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Victims Of Superstorm Sandy Continue To Recover (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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More Help for NJ Sandy Victims Experiencing Psychological Issues

There’s good news for New Jersey residents struggling with post-Sandy psychological issues.

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New Study Looks At Mental Health After Sandy [AUDIO]

While the Sandy recovery presses on, there are still scars out there you cannot see.

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Paige Aiello's parents Robin and Christopher hold her portrait in a picture sent to Townsquare Media
Paige Aiello's parents Robin and Christopher hold her portrait in a picture sent to Townsquare Media (Townsquare Media)
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Paige Aiello’s Death Spurs Mental Health Discussion [POLL/AUDIO]

Drowning by suicide was the cause of death for Paige Aiello, the College of New Jersey student whose body was found under the George Washington Bridge about one month after she disappeared.

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NJ Senate Democrats Unveil Their Gun Control Bills [AUDIO]

Last week, Governor Chris Christie unveiled his gun control and violence prevention proposals.

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