States’ shortcomings drive reincarceration rates

September 20, 2017 Tom Valentino

Tom Valentino, Senior Editor

A study released by the Treatment Advocacy Center asserts that states’ inability to care for those with mental illness who have committed major crimes is driving up rearrest rates and draining public resources.

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