Treating mentally ill rather than jailing them could save Baton Rouge taxpayers $55M over a decade, analysis says

    A comprehensive jail diversion program designed to treat those with mental illness and substance abuse problems rather than incarcerate them would save East Baton Rouge taxpayers an estimated $3 milli…

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