Pictured are Velona (left) and Mangamaso at the Duke Lemur Center.
Pictured are Velona (left) and Mangamaso at the Duke Lemur Center. David Haring Duke Lemur Center
Pictured are Velona (left) and Mangamaso at the Duke Lemur Center. David Haring Duke Lemur Center

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  • Durham County jail opens mental health pod

    Kelli Egnaczak, jail mental health supervisor with the Durham County Criminal Justice Resource Center, explains the advantages of consistent staff in the jail's mental health pod on Nov. 9, 2017. The mental health pod opened Oct. 2, 2017.