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Lynn Todman, Ph.D., Executive Diretor, Institute on Social Exclusion
DNAinfo Chicago Reports on
ISE Mental Health Impact Assessment
in Englewood
05.03.13

"Five years ago Moses Grant was arrested and charged with armed robbery, and even though the charge was dismissed in court, Grant said he is still paying for the arrest today."

So begins the story reported by DNAinfo Chicago's Wendell Hutson, on the links among arrests, employment and mental health in Chicago's Englewood community--the focus of an 18-month Mental Health Impact Assessment study of the Adler School's Institute on Social Exclusion (ISE). Lynn Todman, Ph.D., ISE Executive Director and the study's principle investigator, discusses the project's findings.

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