NJ Assembly takes testimony on end to in-home behavioral health therapy

    The Christie administration will give its testimony Monday on its move to end in-home behavioral health therapy. The Assembly Human Services Committee will also hear testimony from invited guests about programs offered to dually diagnosed children, the Gloucester County Times reports. The hearing will be streamed live.

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