182: Municipal Court Re-Entry Program

On this week’s episode of the Northeast Newscast, in honor of April being Second Chance Month, and last week, April 26 through April 30 recognized as Re-Entry Week, we are discussing steps the Kansas City Municipal Court is taking. We hear some of the specifics from Judge Corey Carter, who presides over the program. The court is looking to help people leaving jail who have both substance abuse and mental health challenges successfully return to the community with its new KC Second Chance Reentry program. More info can be found on the City’s website.

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