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Lessons in Empathy, Law Enforcement Officers Learn Skills, Compassion in Mental Health Training

Gaston Gazette
Twenty law enforcement officers graduated last week from a 40-hour course on dealing with the mentally ill. For many, it was not only useful training for their day-to-day jobs but also a lesson in compassion.

The group also toured Piedmont Pioneer House, Gaston Skills and psychiatric units at Monarch and CaroMont Regional Medical Center.
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