Controversial New Jersey Program Offers Court-Monitored Treatment for Mentally Ill

A new program in the state now gives judges the authority to order those with severe mental illness to get outpatient treatment if they pose a danger “within the reasonably foreseeable future.”
February 25, 2013

A new program in the state now gives judges the authority to order those with severe mental illness to get outpatient treatment if they pose a danger “within the reasonably foreseeable future.”

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