An isolation cell in the Maine State Prison in Warren. After 27 years, Maine still fails to comply with the court-ordered decree to improve treatment of the state’s mentally ill First in a three-part series. In April, while incarcerated at the Maine State...
Inside the Preble Street soup kitchen in Portland. Advocates: Inadequate funding undercuts consent decree’s potential for mental health care Second in a three-part series. Click here to read part one. Advocates for the mentally ill believe state...
Judge Evert Fowle presiding over a Co-Occurring Disorders and Veterans Court in Augusta. ‘Lack of will’, potential conflicts of interest plague comprehensive mental health solution Third in a three-part series. Click here to read part one. Critics of how...
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