JEMI Publishes New Web Site
Please click here for the new web site for the Judicial Equality for Mental Illness (JEMI).
Judicial Equality for Mental Illness (JEMI) This local organization was formed the end of 2012. A woman from the community had been held in the Benton County jail for 9 months awaiting an evaluation at the Arkansas State Hospital. She died there from undiagnosed and untreated pancreatic cancer. As a result of this incident the judicial community, the mental health community, and Washington and Benton County jails came together to form JEMI.
P.O. Box 4714
Email: Ellis Melton, webmaster, or phone 479-879-7773
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