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Sunday, December 03, 2006

New programs help mentally ill ex-cons (AP)

Counselor Anthony Towns left Larry Lamb center and John Monahan CEO of Greater Trenton Behavioral HealthCare talk during an interview in Trenton N.J. on Oct. 3 2006. Lamb is among the ex-inmates participating in programs for parolees with serious mental illness. The programs offer comprehensive services housing and job assistance medication management counseling and education. (AP Photo/Tim Larsen)AP - Larry Lamb has lived a half-century of failures: three stints in New Jersey state prison four psych ward confinements drug and alcohol abuse dating back to adolescence and more time in county lockups than he can count.


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