Category Archive: event

May 01

Register for Webinar: From the Correctional System to the Workforce—How State Policies Can Support Re-Entry

Hosted by the National Skills Coalition In this webinar, presenters from the National Skills Coalition, the CSG Justice Center, the Center for Employment Opportunities, and Washburn Tech University will discuss opportunities for supporting people with criminal records under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). The webinar will include examples of how states have incorporated …

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May 01

Second Chance Summit: Seattle

Hosted by Dave’s Killer Bread Foundation Focusing on employment for people with criminal records, this event will feature testimonials from employers and employees, as well as interactive panel discussions on topics such as getting leadership buy-in for employing people with criminal records; common misconceptions about employing and insuring people with criminal backgrounds; and best practices in hiring. …

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Apr 04

Apply Now: Assisted Outpatient Treatment Training Opportunities

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is sponsoring three upcoming training sessions for people working in community mental health who are interested in launching and operating an assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) program. AOT is a court-ordered treatment program that focuses on community integration and recovery for people who are assessed as being high-risk and …

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Apr 04

Register for Webinar: Building a Community Collaborative—Interventions that Link Healthcare Providers, CBOs, and the Criminal Justice System

Hosted by Health Management Associates People who have chronic health conditions or mental health and substance use disorders, and are in the criminal justice system, are among the highest cost utilizers of the healthcare system. A multi-pronged Community Collaborative approach can ensure evidence-based interventions that identify and effectively treat high utilizers — helping to keep them …

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