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The state acknowledges doula services as part of the solution to reduce maternal mortality.
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Securing the physical, emotional and informational support of doulas.
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Imperial County officials routinely keep people on psychiatric holds for longer than 72 hours, often in ill-equipped facilities and without a formal hearing that’s required by law, an inewsource investigation found.
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The quest to stop unnecessary deaths of Black birthing people.
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Some lawmakers are turning to conservatorships as a possible solution for the state’s homeless crisis, even though the system isn't ready.
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Two moms sought mental health conservatorships for their sons. Neither case worked out the way they hoped.
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A guide to help people, including those with severe mental illness and their loved ones, navigate the complicated legal process.  
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As demand skyrocketed during the pandemic, already scarce resources for youth were stretched even thinner.
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As they battle the double threat of attack and criminalization, street vendors report chronic stress and trauma.
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The third in a three-part series following intergenerational impacts the United States’ nearly 200 year policy of Indian boarding schools had, and continues to have, on some tribal members on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota today.



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