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According to this article from Dr. Holly Ventura Miller, a professor of criminology and the Graduate Program Director in the Department of C...
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The National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated at Rutgers University shares how corrections agencies have adapted and what ...
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This article shares three considerations for corrections agencies as they continue to expand their use of telehealth in jails and prisons to help prov...
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This brief  highlights opportunities for implementing telehealth and telecommunication to support people with mental illnesses and substance use disor...
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People with co-occurring mental illnesses and substance use disorders—also known simply as co-occurring disorders—have complex needs tha...
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This brief highlights five emerging strategies that state corrections agencies have employed to implement an evidence-based approach to reducing recid...
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Arnold VenturesBy Evan MintzThe Vera Institute of Justice and the MILPA Collective announced recently an expansion of Restoring Promise, a program tha...
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By CSG Justice Center Staff When change came to the Iowa Department of Corrections (DOC), then corrections officer Ernie Galbreath was on the groun...
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By Ashleigh Fryer, CSG Justice CenterHaley George’s family life has taught her a lot over the last 12 years.When she was 16, she learned about the val...
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By CSG Justice Center StaffThe Middlesex, Massachusetts, Sheriff’s Office opened a new jail unit specifically for young adults this month. Established...