This webinar will include information on planning and coordination, behavioral health treatment, cognitive interventions, and community supervision practices as well as community resources such as housing and recovery support services.
The initiative will fund sites to develop a data-driven, coordinated response to identify and address challenges resulting from opioid addiction that impact youth and community safety.
The National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College will host a training that examines common issues faced by law enforcement and service providers when encountering a person in crisis, such as how to intervene in a situation in which mental illness is a factor, including using de-escalation and communication techniques.
The Coalition for Juvenile Justice will host a youth summit that brings together young people from across the country who are interested in juvenile justice reform and aims to cultivate and empower the next generation of leaders by providing them with the tools they need to leverage their lived expertise.
This webinar from the SAMHSA–HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions will share best practices from innovative programs formed by local jails and behavioral health providers (including those working in integrated primary care settings) partnering to ensure continuity of care and timely access to care when people are released from jail.
The program’s focus is to ensure students fulfill the training requirements needed to obtain a Drug Addiction Treatment Act waiver to prescribe buprenorphine in office-based settings.
The program provides funding for resources and coordination to increase the ability of American Indian and/or Alaska Native tribal communities to provide comprehensive and culturally appropriate services to crime victims, their families, and the community.
The program will provide grants that enhance services for crime victims in linguistically specific communities by breaking down barriers that prevent millions of Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and limited English proficient crime victims across the country from accessing the services they need after crime victimization.
This webinar is based on lessons learned from integrating reentry and employment interventions to help people returning home after incarceration find and keep employment. The presentation will be especially useful for corrections, reentry, and workforce development administrators and practitioners that are interested in maximizing scarce resources and improving recidivism and employment outcomes.
This year’s National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives will offer workshops about topics such as include gender in law enforcement, implicit bias training, and youth development.