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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Jamison Monroe Jr.
Having failed thus far in pushing gun control legislation through Congress, the White House has turned to the much less controversial effort of improving the quality of the nation's mental health services.
"Behind closed doors in the comfort of their own homes, everybody would agree [we need better mental health services]. But not everybody is willing to stand on a pulpit and go to bat for that," Mr. Monroe said.
"It's a small pebble in the pond There is simply not enough resources, whether it is private funds, [health] insurance funds or public funds. This is a small step in the right direction," said Jamison Monroe Jr., founder and CEO of Connecticut's Newport Academy, a premier teen mental health treatment center located 30 miles from Newtown.