Brought to you by: The National Council for Behavioral Health
|Prisons and jails are the largest behavioral health treatment institutions/organizations in every state, and often, especially for those with substance use disorders and mental health conditions, they serve as an entry point to treatment.
When individuals with substance use disorders are released from prison, they have a greater risk of disrupted treatment and even fatal overdose. Integrated health care providers are uniquely positioned to address these challenges by providing continuous mental health care, substance use treatment and primary care to formerly incarcerated people when they re-enter their communities, and by collaborating with corrections systems and the broader community system of care to provide continued services.
Join the Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions, in partnership with Health Management Associates, on Wednesday, October 7 from 3-4 p.m. ET for “Strategies for Integrating Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Formerly Incarcerated Citizens Re-entering their Communities.”
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