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The insanity offense : how America's failure to treat the seriously mentally ill endangers its citizens / E. Fuller Torrey.

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Babcock Library - Ashford 362.196 TOR (Text to phone) 3311000067739/ Adult Nonfiction Available -
Bentley Memorial Library - Bolton 362.196/89 Tor (Text to phone) 33160102448134 Adult Nonfiction Available -
Bethel Public Library 362.196 TORREY (Text to phone) 34030104026775 Adult Nonfiction Available -
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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Introduction: the origins of a disaster -- Death by the roadside -- Thirteen murders to prevent an earthquake -- "The odds are still in society's favor" -- The killing of three devils -- The sad legacy of Ms. Lessard -- God does not take medication -- The consequences of unconstrained civil liberties: homeless incarcerated and victimized -- The consequences of unconstrained civil liberties: violent and homicidal -- An imperative for change -- Fixing the system -- Coda: death by the roadside.
Subject: Mental health services United States Evaluation
Mentally ill Deinstitutionalization United States
Mentally ill Commitment and detention United States
Dangerously mentally ill United States
Mental health laws United States
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