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Mental Health Court: An Alternative to Incarceration

If you have a loved one who has been arrested in Perry, Lewis, or Hickman County and is living with mental health challenges, the 32nd Judicial District Mental Health (MH) Court may be able to assist with an alternative to incarceration within the criminal justice system.
The MH Court is a voluntary program designed to be a minimum of 12 months, consisting of five (5) phases; each phase having a minimum time to complete.
Participants must reside within the 32nd Judicial District and have a documented mental health diagnosis.
Individuals with co-occurring disorders, such as substance abuse, are accepted if there is also a mental health diagnosis.
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