TribuneFest: Mental Health and Criminal Justice
At the Trib's August 19 symposium on mental health at the University of Texas at San Antonio, Brandi Grissom talked about the intersection of mental health and criminal justice with a distinguished panel.
At the Trib's August 19 symposium on mental health at the University of Texas at San Antonio, Brandi Grissom talked about the intersection of mental health and criminal justice with Michele Deitch, senior lecturer at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at UT-Austin, Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia, Michael Griffiths, executive director of the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, and Kathryn Lewis, an attorney at Disability Rights Texas.
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