Understanding Procedures for Behavioral Health in Carceral Settings
This event is in the past.
This training is a cross-disciplinary discussion between service providers and criminal-legal stakeholders to foster collaboration, clarify expectations, and improve service delivery in this unique setting.
Carceral settings differ from typical behavioral health settings in organizational structure, associated security measures, and overall goals. As a provider, it is important to understand how to gain access to these facilities, provide services aligned with security protocols, and communicate effectively to develop long-lasting, high-quality partnerships that ensure people receive the services they need while incarcerated. It is also necessary for correctional facilities to understand the rules and regulations that providers must follow to ensure their patients' needs are met and that high quality services are provided. Together, service providers and correctional facilities can work in harmony to maintain security while providing people with high quality behavioral health services during their incarceration.
The Center for Behavioral Health and Justice is proud to welcome the following leaders from both corrections and behavioral health to present this training as part of a series on Opioid Treatment Ecosystem Implementation:
Captain Julie Massengill, Jail Administrator, Monroe County Sheriff's Office
Adam Anastasoff, Jail Diversion Supervisor, Monroe Community Mental Health Authority
Renee Casey, Director of Community Corrections Services, Washtenaw County.
Captain Lindsay Cole, Jail Administrator, Kent County Sheriff
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