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  Police have replaced mental health professionals on the front line for many New Jersey residents suffering crises, something not surprising to CIT-NJ Center of Excellence. But officers within the CIT-NJ Center of Excellence Program already know what that means, as do those who need the services. Agencies have seen an increase in mental health-related…

Madalyn Parker, a web developer in Ann Arbor, Michigan, emailed her colleagues to say she’d be using two sick days to focus on her mental health. The company’s CEO, Ben Congleton, responded by thanking her for helping “cut through the stigma of mental health.” Parker shared his positive response on Twitter, and the story has…

  CAMDEN, N.J. – Members of the New Jersey State Police say they were just doing their job when they saved a suicidal man earlier this month. On Friday, June 9th, State Troopers Michael Alleman, Steven Axner, and Nolan Tenaglia were called to I-676 South, near Exit 5A, in Camden after police officials received multiple calls from drivers reporting that…

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