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Susie Deans lost her mother when she was 15 and turned to Durham Connects for help when her own children were born. The local nonprofit provides free home visits for any child in Durham up to age 3. See now as her youngest is in kindergarten, learning to overcome his autism, becoming more social and controlling his anger. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
Susie Deans lost her mother when she was 15 and turned to Durham Connects for help when her own children were born. The local nonprofit provides free home visits for any child in Durham up to age 3. See now as her youngest is in kindergarten, learning to overcome his autism, becoming more social and controlling his anger. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

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October 31, 2017 06:00 AM

UPDATED November 04, 2017 02:03 PM

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    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.