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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page TABLE OF AUTHORITIES Page(s) Statutes 14 N.Y.C.R.R. 5871 8 N.Y.C.R.R. 29.230 N.Y. Ment. Hyg. Law 29.151 Other Authorities K. Abram, et al., Co-occurring Disorders Among Mentally Ill Jail Detainees: Implications for Public Policy, 46 American Psychologist 1036 (1991)16 Deborah J. Allness, M.S.S.W. & William H. Knoeder, M.D., The PACT Model of Community-Based Treatment for Persons With Severe and Persistent Mental Illnesses (May 1999)12 American Association for Correctional Psychology, Standards for Psychological Services in Jails, Prisons, Correctional Facilities and Agencies, 27 Criminal Justice and Behavior 439 (August 2000)26, 27 American Psychological Association, Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct 4.09 (1992)30 American Psychiatric Association, Psychiatric Services in Jails and Prisons (2d ed. 2000)12, 13, 21, 25, 26 Patricia G. Barnes, Safer Streets at What Cost?, 84 A.B.A.J. 24 (1998)8 Bazelon, Finding the Key to Successful Transition from Jail to Community (forthcoming 2000)15 Bazelon, Forging the Key: Recommendations for State and Local Policies to Ensure Successful Transition from Jail to Community for People with Severe Mental Illnesses (forthcoming 2000)15 Bureau of Justice Statistics, Mental Health and Treatment of Inmates and Probationers, Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of Justice, 8 (1999)15 Carol L.M. Caton, Mental Health Service Use Among Homeless and Never Homeless Men With Schizophrenia, 46(11) Psychiatric Services 1139 (Nov. 1995)20 Marc Galanter, M.D., Zealous Self-Help Groups as Adjuncts to Psychiatric Treatment: A Study of Recovery, Inc., 145(10) Am. J. Psychiatry 1248 (Oct. 1998)11 Erik L. Goldman, Program Reduces Jail Recidivism for Mentally Ill, Clinical Psychiatry News, December 199611 Frederick K. Goodwin, M.D. and Kay R. Jamison, Ph.D., Manic-Depressive Illness (1990)2 Jack M. Gorman, M.D., The Essential Guide to Psychiatric Drugs (3d ed. 1997)19 Gerald N. Grob, The Mad Among Us: A History of the Care of America's Mentally Ill (1994)6, 7 Tom Hackett, A Dead End for Inmates, New York Daily News, August 27, 200023 Courtenay Harding, Ph.D., et al., The Vermont Longitudinal Study of Persons With Severe Mental Illness II: Long-Term Outcome of Subjects Who Retrospectively Met DSM-III Criteria for Schizophrenia, 144(6) Am. J. Psychiatry 730 (June 1987)10 Spencer P.M. Harrington, New Bedlam Jails ?? Not Psychiatric Hospitals ?? Now Care for the Indigent Mentally Ill, The Humanist, May/June 199914 Elizabeth Kolbert, Housing Hope of Mentally Ill is Fading Away, N.Y. Times, January 19, 199823 Linda Farris Kurtz, D.P.A., Mutual Aid For Affective Disorders: The Manic Depressive and Depressive Association, 58(1) Amer. J. Orthopsychiatry 152 (Jan. 1998)11 H. Richard Lamb, M.D., et al., Community Treatment of Severely Mentally Ill Offenders Under the Jurisdiction of the Criminal Justice System: A Review, 50(7) Psychological Services 907 (July 1999)17 H. Richard Lamb, M.D. & Linda E. Weinberger, Ph.D., Persons With Severe Mental Illness in Jails and Prisons: A Review, 49(4) Psychiatric Services 483 (Apr. 1998)2, 6, 7, 8 Daniel A. Martell, Ph.D., et al., Base Rate Estimates of Criminal Behavior by Homeless Mentally Ill Persons in New York City, 46(6) Psychiatric Services 596 (June 1995)15, 20 Michael McPhillips & Tom Sensky, Coercion, Adherence or Collaboration? Influences on Compliance with Medication, Outcome and Innovation in Psychological Treatment of Schizophrenia, Chapter 9 (T. Wykes, et al., eds. 1998)18 David Michaels, Ph.D., et al., Homelessness and Indicators of Mental Illness Among Inmates in New York City's Correctional System, 43(2) Hospital and Community Psychiatry 150 (Feb. 1992)8 NAMI, Understanding Bipolar Disorder (1998)2 NAMI, Understanding Major Depression (1998)2, 3 NAMI, Understanding Schizophrenia (1994)2, 12 Position Statement of the AACP on the Mentally Ill Behind Bars, AACP Newsletter, Vol. 13, No. 2 (American Association of Community Psychologists), Spring 199928 A. Kathryn Power, Director, Rhode Island Department of Mental Health, Retardation and Hospitals, Opening Statement before U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, November 3, 199811 Delbert Robinson, M.D., Predictors of Relapse Following Response from a First Episode of Schizophrenia or Schizoaffective Disorder, 56 Arch. Gen. Psychiatry 241 (March 1999)18 Aileen B. Rothbard, et al., Service Utilization and Cost of Community Care for Discharged State Hospital Patients: A Three Year Follow Up Study, 156 Am. J. of Psychiatry 920 (1999)23 Jack E. Scott & Lisa B. Dixon, Assertive Community Treatment and Case Management for Schizophrenia, 21(4) Schizophrenia Bulletin 657 (1995)10 Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc. & Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities Housing Task Force, Priced Out in 1998: The Housing Crisis for People With Disabilities 43 (1999)15 The Expert Consensus Guideline Series: Treatment of Schizophrenia, 60 Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 75 (Supp. 1999)18, 29 The Physician's Desk Reference, 2527 (52nd Ed. 1998)19 The State Municipal Services in the 1990s: New York City Department of Corrections (June 1997)23 E. Fuller Torrey, et al., Criminalizing the Seriously Mentally Ill: The Abuse of Jails as Mental Hospitals (1992)7, 8, 19 E. Fuller Torrey, Surviving Schizophrenia (1995)18 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Mental Health: A Report of The Surgeon General (1999)7, 9, 10 Michael Winerip, Bedlam on the Streets: Increasingly, the Mentally Ill Have Nowhere To Go. That's Their Problem ?? And Ours, N.Y. Times Magazine, May 23, 19997, 8, 16, 20 Adina Wrobleski, Suicide: Why 55 (1989)19 Sally Zinman, Definition of Self-Help Groups, Reaching Across: Mental Health Clients Helping Each Other (Sally Zinman et al., eds., 1987)11

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