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Patients and advocates protest the impending closure of the Woodlawn Mental Health Clinic in 2012.

Patients and advocates protest the impending closure of the Woodlawn Mental Health Clinic in 2012.

John O’Neill

Patients and advocates protest the impending closure of the Woodlawn Mental Health Clinic in 2012.

Patients and advocates protest the impending closure of the Woodlawn Mental Health Clinic in 2012.

John O’Neill

Johnson vows to pass ‘Treatment Not Trauma’ plan

The plan calls for reworking the city’s mental health network, creating a 24-hour crisis hotline and reopening shuttered clinics.

Patients and advocates protest the impending closure of the Woodlawn Mental Health Clinic in 2012.

John O’Neill

   

Chicago organizers and officials held a summit Saturday to discuss how the city responds to mental health crises, with Mayor Brandon Johnson saying he would invest in more social services.

Reset learns more about the renewed push for the “Treatment Not Trauma” approach and the goals of a proposed ordinance.

GUESTS: Dr. Eric Reinhart, anthropologist of policing, prisons, and public health; physician at Northwestern University

Emily Piff, member of Jewish Council of Urban Affairs

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