Idaho Governor Butch Otter is supporting a recommendation from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to spend $11.2 million to provide community-based mental health services to about 7,400 people on felony probation and parole. Following the release of an annual report required by the state’s justice reinvestment legislation, which described a gap in state funding to address the mental health needs of this population, the new programming dollars are aimed at closing this gap and providing services to help reduce recidivism.
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