Nov

12

Creating a Strong Foundation for Effective Connections to Community Substance Abuse Treatment

This webinar was the first in a webinar series titled Best Practices for Engaging and Retaining Formerly Incarcerated Individuals in Community Substance Abuse Treatment. The webinar discussed how jurisdictions can create strong foundations for effective connections to community treatment through a comprehensive reentry process. The webinar also addressed the important role that family involvement and support can play in a recovering persons transition from incarceration to the community. The featured presenter was Phillip Barbour from the Center for Health and Justice…

Past Event
November 12, 2013, 8:00 am

This webinar was the first in a webinar series titled Best Practices for Engaging and Retaining Formerly Incarcerated Individuals in Community Substance Abuse Treatment. The webinar discussed how jurisdictions can create strong foundations for effective connections to community treatment through a comprehensive reentry process. The webinar also addressed the important role that family involvement and support can play in a recovering persons transition from incarceration to the community. The featured presenter was Phillip Barbour from the Center for Health and Justice at Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC). To download a PDF of the PowerPoint slides used during this webinar, click here. To watch a recording of the webinar, click on the video below.

 


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