New Jersey #1 In Mental Health?
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Here's how New Jersey compares to the rest of the nation in mental health prevalence and treatment. Mental Health America (MHA), a national community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing and promoting the mental health needs of all, ranks New Jersey as the best state for adult access to mental health care.
Kaiser Permanente looking for data reporting consultant
(Jon Cherry / Getty Images) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) Kaiser Permanente Oakland is looking to fill a data reporting consultant vacancy. The position is largely responsible for analyzing data from patients and helping to calculate effective metrics for doctors and nurses. Additionally, applicants would be asked to help write and compile manuals and other distributable pamphlets.
Morris School District Performance Report 2020-21
The NJ Department of Education releases 2020-21 school performance reports. Here’s how Morris School District performed. The New Jersey Department of Education (DOE) has made available online the state’s School Performance Reports for the 2020-2021 school year.
2021 Was a Record-High Year for Reported Bias Incidents in New Jersey
Morris County saw a total of 98 reported bias incidents in 2021, occurring in 25 separate towns/municipalities within our county. Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin announced on April 1, 2022, that, according to preliminary data, 1,871 bias incidents were reported to law enforcement agencies throughout New Jersey in 2021. This represents a 29 percent increase from the 1,447 bias incidents reported for 2020.
Release of First-Ever New Jersey Public Trails Tracker
The New Jersey DEP and Trails Task Force have released the first-ever statewide inventory of public trails. There are over 3,200 trails in Morris County alone. There are nearly 10,000 in the state of New Jersey.
Douglas County residents worry about crime in neighboring counties
Data from the Douglas County Public Safety Pulse Report.Graphics from Douglas County. Although Douglas County residents experience less violent crime than nearby counties, they worry about unsavory activity creeping into their neighborhoods.
Douglas County residents worry about crimes of opportunity, study says
Two lines from the Douglas County Public Safety Pulse Report.Graphics from Douglas County Police. (Douglas Co., Colo.) According to a study issued by the Douglas County Sheriff's office, thefts, burglaries, and break-ins cause the most concern for Douglas County residents.
CDOT: Impaired drivers push traffic fatalities to 20-year high
A highway near Denver is seen during sunset.Photo by Zach Betten on Unsplash. (Denver County, Colo.) Getting behind the wheel is "the most dangerous thing" the average Coloradan does every day, said Col. Matthew Packard, Colorado State Patrol chief.
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