Mentally Ill Inmate Reentry Succeeds In Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh boasts a successful prisoner re-entry program that enjoys bi-partisan support, says the New York Times. One program sponsored by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services for ex-inmates with mental illness reportedly has reduced recidivism to only 9.9 percent. The State Senate Budget and Finance Committee has recommended that the program serve as a
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