Prison agency: Care of mentally ill inmates better
Advocates say Indiana prisons haven't made enough progress in improving conditions for mentally ill inmates following a federal court order, but the state Department of Correction says it's working on special units at four state prisons.
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Since: Feb 14
#1 Feb 25, 2014
I truly understand the need for updated mental health care. I also would like to know what is being done for generals health care in the prisons? Some of the "lack" of care is barbaric.
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