Dr. Kristen Ochoa

medical director of the Office of Diversion and Reentry (ODR)

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Dr. Kristen Ochoa on KCRW

Thousands of people with mental health issues have been sent (by courts) to a program that diverts them away from jail and into supportive housing.

Funding dries up for program aimed at LA’s ‘sickest of the sick’

Thousands of people with mental health issues have been sent (by courts) to a program that diverts them away from jail and into supportive housing.

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