Several NCCHC supporting organizations have publicly stated their opposition to sharing confidential information gained during therapy sessions as contrary t… Continue Reading ›
The Institute for Medical Quality (IMQ) is no longer providing correctional health consulting and Title 15 Medical/Mental Health inspections. To assure there… Continue Reading ›
In his last column as NCCHC board chair, Dr. Tom Fagan discusses the need for effective communication to improve the transition of individuals both into and … Continue Reading ›
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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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 ›
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 ›
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!
Several of NCCHC’s supporting organizations have published statements opposing separation of immigrant children from their families, citing long-term harm … Continue Reading ›
In a newly published book, NCCHC board member Carolyn Sufrin, MD, PhD, examines the plight of pregnant women incarcerated in our nation’s jails. Jailca… Continue Reading ›
NCCHC Accreditation Specialist James Martin, MPSA, CCHP, attended a roundtable meeting on Feb. 3 to discuss medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for justice-… Continue Reading ›