Former Washington Post reporter and best-selling author Pete Earley was introduced to the mental healthcare system when, in 2000, his son called him and said, “I can’t tell if I’m dreaming all the time or if I’m awake.”
CIT officers are worried about what will happen to people with mental illness if leaders strip down to essential services and mental health crisis services aren’t deemed so. Maj. Cochran said that law enforcement knows what that looks like, and they don’t want to go back.
Judge Leifman chats about diversion programs and how judges are well-positioned to bring about critical change in mental health. Nineteen years ago, Judge Steven Leifman had an experience that forever altered his perception.
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