Access to treatment is sorely lacking. Instead of helping people who need it the most, we are sending them to prisons and jails.
"It is easier to dismiss the need for change when we focus only on the individual and the criminal act, and not broader socioeconomic issues."
What Is Mental Health Probation?
He’s Not a Criminal, He’s in Crisis
Black Mental Health and the Importance of 988 Legislation
The Voices that Caused Me to Lose Everything
Neuroplasticity II: Recovery After Jail
Neuroplasticity: How I Survived Psychosis and Jail
Criminal Justice Reform Means Reforming the Mental Health System
How the Mental Health System Failed Me
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