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  1. Cafe 54 in Tucson Is the Real Face of Mental Illness in Arizona, Not Jared Loughner
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  2. Phoenix's Most At-Risk Homeless Find Their Way, Thanks to a Team of "Navigators"
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  3. Meet Raven, a Homeless Man With More Community Than Many of Us Have
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  4. Why Did the Arizona Department of Corrections Put a Mentally Ill Man in a Cell With a Convicted Killer?
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  5. Mental Illness Hasn't Stopped Chris Shelton from Becoming a World-Class Boxing Historian
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  6. Jan Brewer's Response to Jared Loughner? Slash Services from an Already Beleaguered Mental-Health System
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