Kane, Martin, and Salke bring expertise and strategic experience
Substances referred to in the community as “Tranq” and “Frankenstein” have increased the potency and dangers related to opioid abuse.
Commonalities across the country in operations and leadership issues
I recently attended the annual conference of the American Jail Association (AJA) in Omaha. AJA President Louis Quinones has made mental health a primary
Adopting MAT requires training, new processes, and most importantly, a new outlook and understanding of addiction.
A unique opportunity to secure funding for MAT for opioid use disorders.
Working with the incarcerated population in a challenging environment is no easy task.
By Fred W. Meyer, MA, CJM, CCHPManaging Director, NCCHC Resources Working with a team of NCCHC Resources consultants, I recently completed an analysis for
She is director of the Project Management Office of NCCHC’s consulting subsidiary, NCCHC Resources.