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Decriminalizing Disability: The Case For Crisis Response In Baltimore City

Thursday, 21 Nov 2019 @ 10:00 AM
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Over 40% of police shootings in Maryland involve a person with mental illness or behavioral health disability.It is estimated that between 50 and 65% of individuals in Marylands penal system have a mental illness or behavioral health disability.

How do we #Decriminalize Disability? Be part of the solution!

Disability Rights Maryland, Behavioral Health Systems Baltimore, and OSI-Baltimore will sponsor a Symposium on Decriminalizing Disability: The Case for Crisis Response Services in Baltimore City on November 21-22 at Coppin State University.
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