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Before being imprisoned, Goolsby had received disability income since he was a small child. His mother reports that due to the Georgia #prison system's noncooperation with the Social Security Administration, he could not make it and rejoined the 1.25 million mentally ill prisoners in the USA. Reasons like this cause America to have a 67.5 percent #recidivism rate. A disability #lawyer was working with the family to get the documentation from Georgia and resume the disabled young man's social security, and he had a job for a short while, but time is of the essence when trying to save mentally ill people from recidivism. Ms. Goolsby reported to me that her son's parole officer actually told him that if he cannot find housing, he should start camping in the parking lot of the probation office. That would have resulted in immediate arrest for vagrancy.
"'Better out than in' is an unofficial motto of the Norwegian Correctional Service, which makes a reintegration guarantee to all released inmates." American prison investors, however, say, "Keep 'em coming back. Subvert their efforts to successfully reenter society. We need the dividends!"