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 Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office Hosts RSAT-TTA Host Site Training

Eleven RSAT teams from eleven states attended RSAT host site training to learn about Santa Cruz’s model RSAT program on October 2nd and 3rd. RSAT-TTA will be offering another host site training opportunity in 2024. Stay tuned to this website for an announcement in the coming months.

Upcoming Webinar from US DOJ Civil Rights 

Ensuring Access to Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD): Court Considerations

Monday, December 4, 2023 | 12:00-1:30pm ET 

Upcoming RSAT-TTA Webinar

Getting in the Weeds of Reentry Needs: How Community Partners Improve Reentry Outcomes
Wednesday, December 13
, 2023 | 2:00-3:00pm ET

NEW RESOURCE: The Clinical Practice Guideline on the Management of Stimulant Use Disorder


This new resource from the Health and Reentry Project (HARP) discusses the role Medicaid expansion will play in transforming jail and prison withdrawal management and opioid use disorder treatment. It includes information about what will be requires and what should be  done  beyond those requirement to ensure corrections realizes its significant role in responding to the opioid epidemic.

Adopting a Gender-Responsive Approach for Women in the Justice System: A Resource Guide

This guide to gender-responsive approaches, developed by The Council of State Governments Justice Center in partnership with the National Resource Center on Justice Involved Women, can help program providers in behavioral health and criminal justice settings across the country develop gender-responsive programs. agencies, including prisons and jails, and the role of Governors and other state officials in promoting it.

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We are a small rural jail with less than 50 beds. We are about to get a new inmate who is currently on methadone. We do no provide methadone but can provide Suboxone. Do other jails do that?