'I Just Start Cutting.' Self-Harm Incidents Surge In Arizona Prisons The number of inmates who deliberately harm themselves in Arizona prisons has increased by more than 300% since 2015. Advocates say it points to a lack of proper mental health treatment.
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'I Just Start Cutting.' Self-Harm Incidents Surge In Arizona Prisons

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'I Just Start Cutting.' Self-Harm Incidents Surge In Arizona Prisons

'I Just Start Cutting.' Self-Harm Incidents Surge In Arizona Prisons

'I Just Start Cutting.' Self-Harm Incidents Surge In Arizona Prisons

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The number of inmates who deliberately harm themselves in Arizona prisons has increased by more than 300% since 2015. Advocates say it points to a lack of proper mental health treatment, and they want change.

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