The 2021 Annual Report highlights the many ways NCCHC found balance in a year of ups and downs.
Applications are due by February 4 for scholarships for students and new correctional health professionals.
Sam Soltis will lead a dynamic Governance Board in 2022.
The board of representatives welcomes CAPT Tami Rodriguez, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVP, and Joel Andrade, PhD, LICSW, CCHP-MH.
NCCHC announces outstanding individuals, facilities, and programs in correctional health care during its annual awards ceremony.
Sam Soltis will head up the NCCHC board for 2022.
Martin continues on NSA Education and Awards Committee, the NSA Jail, Detention, and Corrections Committee, and the NSA Youth Programs and Juvenile Justice Committee.
NCCHC position statement calls for reducing or stopping the use of restrictive housing for youths who are incarcerated and clear guidelines established for when