4,000 Mentally Ill Inmates Held in Solitary Around U.S.

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A survey by Yale law researchers with the Association of State Correctional Administrators (ASCA) found the prevalence of solitary confinement among prisoners struggling with profound mental health issues. Thirteen states said that at least 10 percent of their male inmates with mental problems were in isolation . . .

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