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The Adler School Institute on Social Exclusion has released a study "that shows that police sweeps and resulting arrests reduce employability of innocent people, resulting in a community-wide sense of hopelessness." That study--the nation's first Mental Health Impact Assessment--may already be creating effects throughout the country, Behavioral Healthcare reports in this story that also speaks with the Adler School's Lynn Todman, Ph.D., and Tiffany McDowell, Ph.D.,
Dr. Todman, who served as the MHIA's principal investigator, is Vice President for Leadership in Social Justice at the Adler School and Exeuctive Director of the Institute on Social Exclusion (ISE). Dr. McDowell is Program Manager and Research Associate at the ISE.
Click here to read "Mental health assessment drives change in US employment guidance."
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