Can we do better? Connecticut's ongoing search for ways to treat drug addiction
from The CT Mirror
After serving a three-year prison sentence and completing three years of probation, Bridgeport (Connecticut) resident William Kelly found himself back in lockup in 2016 on another round of drug charges. But this time, things were different. Instead of more jail time, Kelly was offered a spot in the judicial branch's new Treatment Pathways Program and began his path to substance abuse recovery within a day of being arrested.
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