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Board Chair Tom Fagan Sets His Sights on Continued Growth and Improvement

Few people know more about NCCHC’s work than Dr. Tom Fagan, who has served on the board for 22 years and recently began his second term as chair. Read abou… Continue Reading ›

CE Webinar on Crisis Management Strategies

Providing crisis intervention services to patients can be a challenge for many correctional mental health professionals. In most systems, mental health crise… Continue Reading ›

CE Webinar on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking and Juvenile Corrections

This presentation will discuss human trafficking and domestic minor sex trafficking, with a focus on the intersection of juvenile justice and DMST.

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JCHC Editor Pens Letter in Support of NCCHC Standards and Accreditation

John R. Miles, MPA, editor of the Journal of Correctional Health Care, argues for accreditation and health care standards in his Editor’s Letter publis… Continue Reading ›

NCCHC Position Statement Endorsed by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

ACOG has approved the endorsement of the revised position statement Breastfeeding in Correctional Settings. The position statement is now ACOG official cli… Continue Reading ›

Continuing Education Webinar on the Opioid Use Crisis

This presentation will focus on the the policy and treatment challenges facing federal and state governments and treatment providers in response to the epide… Continue Reading ›

Network With Colleagues 24/7 at NCCHC Connect

“NCCHC conferences are a great way to network, but in the interim, you can interact with your peers and colleagues through the Commission’s new onlin… Continue Reading ›

Summer Executive Connection Now Online!

The Summer 2018 issue is now posted as a PDF. Read about the new standards, what it means to be a CCHP, the latest Suicide Prevention Summit and more!

Continuing Education Webinar on the 2018 Standards

This presentation will focus on the high-level changes to the standards, including an overview of the seven general areas of the standards used in NCCHC’s … Continue Reading ›

Supporting Organizations Issue Statements on Family Separation

Several of NCCHC’s supporting organizations have published statements opposing separation of immigrant children from their families, citing long-term harm … Continue Reading ›