By Athena Mandros

With the U.S. emerging as the world’s leader in incarceration with approximately 2.2 million people residing in prisons and jails (see Trends in U.S. Corrections) and an additional 4.5 million under community supervision (see Total Population in U.S. Adult Correctional Systems by Correctional Status), there is a lot of focus on finding the most effective and efficient correctional reentry strategies and services for all populations, including men and women, minority populations, youth, and persons with mental and behavioral disorders. And, there is a big concern about the proportion of these people with either a mental illness or an addiction disorder.…
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