Tulsa Jail Planning to Open Mental Health Pods

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The Tulsa County sheriff's office will open mental health pods to better address the needs of inmates with mental illnesses, The Oklahoman reports. A full-time psychiatrist and nurses will work throughout the unit, and the jail administration hopes to find a way to provide individual and group therapy. Officials say the pods are not a solution to Oklahoma's larger issue . . .

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