I see this man almost everyday in Downtown Toms River, as I'm leaving work. His sign says, "I'm a Vet and I don't have any money." or "I don't have a job or am looking for work"--or something very close to that. It breaks my heart.
As we begin a new year, officials in Ocean County are kicking off a new program this week to help veterans facing mostly minor charges avoid the criminal justice system, and get the mental help treatment they need.
If you're a veteran diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) who's ended up in judicial proceedings, state legislators and military officials want to know how you were treated. A hearing takes place Tuesday, November 10, in Toms River.
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