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"I can't stress this enough," said Dr. Melvin Hinton, chief of mental health services for the Department of Corrections. "The majority of people are leaving. They're going out to the community. They're not staying in the Department of Corrections."
Ultimately, Hinton said, improved treatment should reduce recidivism.
"It makes sense," he said. "If you go into the community and you're unstable, you tend to get into trouble."