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NCCHC and the National Sheriffs’ Association present a resource to support jail administrators in providing effective treatment for individuals with opioid use disorder and helping to halt the opioid epidemic in the United States.
NCCHC and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention have teamed up to create a guide to preventing inmate suicide in jails and prisons. Based on both organizations’ expertise, with input from national experts in the field of correctional mental health and suicide prevention, this resource provides a road map for navigating the complexities of suicide prevention behind bars – and can help save lives. The Suicide Prevention Resource Guide is now available for download.
The IRES Pilot Project Process Evaluation Report details findings from the implementation of strategies to improve recidivism and job readiness for people returning to communities from incarceration.
National Institutes of Health lecture series: The Understudied, Underrepresented, and Underreported (U3) Women Lecture Series
Jared Kushner: Fifteen Lessons I Learned From Criminal-Justice Reform
In collaboration with the Veterans History Project, the National Institute of Corrections hosted a panel discussion for PTSD Awareness month on May 15, 2019 at the Library of Congress.
The TJC Initiative seeks to improve public safety and to enhance the success of individuals returning to the community from local jails through implementation of an innovative, evidence-informed transition models.
Pilot sites for the Family Connections in Correctional Facilities Project
The National Institute of Corrections congratulates the Connecticut Department of Corrections on being awarded the Norval Morris Program on Corrections Innovation in 2018.