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TRAINING, NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

RSAT Annual Meeting at NCJA Forum


All RSAT grant administrators and designated RSAT program staff are invited to attend this year's annual RSAT meeting with BJA officials and the RSAT-TTA team on Wednesday, August 14th at the 2024 National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) Forum on Criminal Justice!

August 11-14
, 2024 | Washington D.C.


Upcoming RSAT-TTA Webinar

 

Rehabilitative Technologies in Corrections: Problem, Solution and Roadmap

Wednesday, May 22, 2024 | 2:00-3:00pm ET


 

 

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.
 

View more news and published journals relevant to RSAT programs.

 



Medication-Assisted Treatment

 

 

 

TRAINING CURRICULA & FIDELITY ASSESSMENTS

 

 

 

 

Search for programs around the country and in U.S. territories and click a site to view program information and link to each state's compendium.

 

 

 

Participate in our forum!

No matter how good our RSAT program is, we know that post-release long term recovery will depend on the individual’s support in the community. As research suggests, encouraging visitation and communication with family and others while incarcerated is key to maintaining or developing those needed supports once released. However, our prison is far away from where many RSAT participants come from and will return too. Although they can make video calls on tablets provided by a private company, they are prohibitively expensive. What can be done?