CFG Health Systems' Gift Supports Correctional Health - National Commission on Correctional Health Care
May 14, 2021

CFG Health Systems’ Gift Supports Correctional Health

The NCCHC Foundation has received a generous gift from CFG Health Systems, making the correctional health care provider a Silver Partner in the foundation’s Partners in Correctional Health Annual Giving Society. 

Founded in 2020, the NCCHC Foundation is the philanthropic and charitable arm of the National  Commission on Correctional Health Care, the only national organization dedicated to improving the quality of health care and mental health care in the nation’s jails, prisons, and juvenile confinement facilities.

CFG Health Systems’ financial support will contribute to the mission of the NCCHC Foundation: to champion the correctional health care field and serve the public by supporting research, professional education, scholarships, and patient reentry into the community.

Annual gifts like CFG Health Systems’ ensure an ongoing foundation of support to help move the correctional health care field forward. “We are deeply grateful to CFG Health Systems for their partnership,” said Jennifer Riskind, NCCHC Foundation director. “Their trust in the NCCHC Foundation helps demonstrate the importance of corporate leadership while supporting our mission.”

CFG Health Systems is a physician-owned and operated organization that specializes in providing comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health services to correctional facilities consistent with established national standards such as NCCHC’s.

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