TLC4Teens.org, introduced by Rutgers' University Behavioral Health Care, offers a vetted directory of educational websites and hotlines for children and their parents.
Specialized intervention after the first episodes of psychosis improves outcomes for those aged 15 to 35.
New Jersey Vet2Vet provides a peer-support lifeline to New Jersey veterans.
Scientists say combining exercise andf meditation and learning new cognitive skills can help reduce overwhelming negative thoughts.
The mobile technology pairs an electronic diary with sensors to detect social interactions and physical activity.
There is a high degree of stress associated with living in poor communities.
As the NJ Hopeline moves into its second year, the state’s suicide prevention hotline operated by Rutgers counts its success one call at a time.
These doctors straddle the legal and medical arenas and evaluate matters ranging from insanity and dangerousness to emotional injury and competence to stand trial.
Rutgers will identify people from the hardest hit areas who need treatment and develop a network of clinicians to treat them.