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  • Event Categories
    Conference, In Person
  • Event Type
    In Person
  • Relevant Agencies
    Dept of Health & Human Services, Federal Government, State & Local Government, State Government
  • Topics
    Employee Training & Development, Healthcare, Law Enforcement
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About 37 percent of people in prison have a history of mental health problems, according to a 2017 report from the U.S. Department of Justice. More than 24 percent have been previously diagnosed with major depressive order, 17 percent with bipolar disorder, 13 percent with a personality disorder and 12 percent with post-traumatic stress disorder. The numbers are even higher for people in jail, where one-third have been previously diagnosed with major depressive disorder and almost one-quarter with bipolar disorder.

Share information, ask questions, and network at the first in-person Correctional Mental Health Care Conference in three years!

  • Find out how facilities across the country are using tools and technology to keep up with clinical needs
  • Hear how leaders are coping with “compassion fatigue” and burnout
  • Get additional knowledge and resources for suicide prevention
  • Learn about treating people with trauma, brain injuries, serious mental illness, and more
  • Sharpen your skills to improve patient care for this challenging population

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