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From Florida Phoenix: Florida leaders consider better approaches to handle the mentally ill’s revolving jail door
Equitas Project Executive Director Vincent Atchity Announces Departure to Lead Mental Health Colorado
‘Answer is not building better jails’ – From Lee Provost at The Daily Journal
Higher Rate of ED Visits in Mental Illness Patients Explained
Trump pardons Pat Nolan, former GOP lawmaker taken down in FBI’s ‘Shrimpscam’ probe
Trump hailed Mississippi prison reforms. But the numbers reflect a grim reality.
Innovative social work and criminal justice research center finds a home at FSU
Los Angeles chooses mental health treatment over jail
Mentally ill homeless people keep going to jail. But a study says L.A. County can fix that
National Leaders in Law Enforcement Agree on Mental Health and Justice System Solutions
Colorado Leaders Call for Action to Address Urgent Statewide Mental Health Needs
Equitas National Advisor Rick Raemisch Reduced Solitary Confinement in Colorado by 98%. He’s Just Been Named Public Official of the Year.
Law Enforcement Leaders Agree: Communities Must Step Up to Address Mental Health Needs Preventatively
Judge Steven Leifman Receives Pardes Humanitarian Prize for Helping Thousands Towards Mental Health Instead of Incarceration
National Public Defenders Summit Directives Document Now Available
Expanding Jail-Based Competency Restoration Takes Us Farther Off Course
Colorado Takes a Meaningful Step Toward Health Care, Not Jail, for People in Crisis
Colorado Mental Health Hold Task Force Recommendations
Colorado Summit Resource Compendium
Equitas Foundation Announces Colorado Summit on Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice

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