Dr. Jones sits down with Behavioral Health Administrator Bob Garrett to discuss mental health issues in the prison system and what we're doing to combat it. Mr. Garrett has spent a significant amount of his career rehabilitating prisoners and trying to help them re-enter society and become productive citizens. He details how inmates with mental health issues are categorized, and how they use that information to determine what treatment methods are best for them. He discusses women in the prison system and how mental health and substance abuse typically predicate their incarceration. He explains the "Talk Straight" program, which was utilized to deter youth from committing crimes. He also shares stories from his experiences dealing with inmates in the historic Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary. Inmates like Jimmy Slagle, who escaped brushy by shipping himself out of the facility. Mr. Garrett gives great insight into what corrections officers deal with on a daily basis, and how professionals, like himself, are working diligently to change the lives of prisoners across our country.