Three judges will be taking on the task of finding ways for the justice system to help those with behavioral health challenges, following an appointment Thursday from Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold D. Melton.

Melton named three members to the newly created Georgia Behavioral Health Reform and Innovation Commission. The General Assembly passed legislation creating the commission this year. The move was applauded by criminal justice and mental health reform advocates.

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