Task Force Discusses Ideas To Help Mentally Ill

Posted: April 25, 2013 at 5 a.m.

The Judicial Equality for Mental Illness Task Force of Northwest Arkansas met Wednesday to discuss alternatives to holding mentally ill inmates in the county jail.

At A Glance

Task Force

More information about the task force can be found on its website at jemitaskforcenwa.org/about_us. The task force’s next meeting will be May 29 at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

Source: Staff Report

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