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Hills et al (8) describes the optimal correctional mental health system as a continuum of services which include inpatient and outpatient services, crisis intervention programs, and 24-hour on-call access to mental health services.
These cognitive behavioral approaches have demonstrated effectiveness with various mental disorders commonly encountered by correctional mental health practitioners, such as anxiety, depression and schizophrenia.
MHCC is one of the pre-eminent national conferences devoted to correctional mental health and it is our belief and hope that 2014 will be both exciting and educational.
21) For almost a century prior to the enactment of section 402, all correctional mental health services were provided by the New York State Department of Correctional Services ("DOCS") at Dannemora and Matteawan State Hospitals, commonly referred to as institutions for the "criminally insane.
Fifteen American academics and practitioners contribute ten chapters to a practical text for clinicians, administrators, and correctional personnel working in correctional mental health or detention settings.
A British Perspective on the Use of Restraint and Seclusion in Correctional Mental Health Care
The Correctional Mental Health Screen (CMHS) and the Brief Jall Mental Health Screen (BJMHS) are two effective tools for mental health screening for corrections, according to the National Institute of Justice's research for practice Mental Health Screens for Corrections.
In 1994, after serving 10 years for taking "indecent liberties" with two 13-year-old boys, the defendant walked out of prison only to be committed almost immediately to a Kansas correctional mental health facility.