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Lynn Todman, Ph.D., Executive Director, Adler School Institute on Social Exclusion
Chicago Crusader Reports on
ISE's MHIA Study Linking
Jobs Policy, Arrests, Mental Health
04.20.13

The Chicago Crusader has reported on results of the Mental Health Impact Assessment (MHIA) recently announced by the Adler School of Professional Psychology Institute on Social Exclusion, which examined the link among federal guidelines on hiring, jobs, arrests, and mental health in Chicago's underserved Englewood community.

Quoted in the story is Lynn Todman, Ph.D., the study's prinicipal investigator and ISE Executive Director, along with leadership from organizations including Sustainable Englewood Initiatives and the Safer Foundation.

Click here to read "Study addresses mental health issues in our community."

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