Correctional Counselor/Mental Health Provider - Psychology within the Correctional System Correctional mental health professionals provide mental health services in a correctional facility.
What does CMH stand for?
CMH stands for Correctional Mental Health (various locations)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 110 other meanings of CMH in our Acronym Attic
- Columbus, OH, USA - Port Columbus International Airport (Airport Code)
- Combined Military Hospital (Pakistan)
- Commission on Macroeconomics and Health
- Communications Manhole
- Community Memorial Hospital (Virginia, USA)
- Compagnie Marocaine des Hydrocarbures (French: Moroccan Oil Company; Morocco)
- Complexe Majeur d'Histocompatibilité (French: Major Histocompatibility Complex)
- Congressional Medal of Honor
- Consolidated Media Holdings (Australia)
- Coordination Médicale Hospitalière (French: Medical Hospital Coordination)
- Cortland Memorial Hospital (Cortland, New York, USA)
- Cubic Meters per Hour
- Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
- Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics (Kansas City, MO)
- Centimeters of Water
- Canada Mortgage and Housing Association
- Canadian Mental Health Association
- Center for Mental Health and Aging
- Certified Master Handwriting Analyst
- Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Frank, detailed descriptions of malingering and personality disorders are more prominent in correctional mental health notes, compared with notes about patients in community treatment settings.
The book will be relevant for those doing forensic mental health evaluations and those who provide correctional mental health treatment.
htm A British Perspective on the Use of Restraint and Seclusion in Correctional Mental Health Care John C.
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.
2072 (1997) 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.
A state judge then committed him to the maximum-security Larned Correctional Mental Health Facility in central Kansas.
Goldberg, President and Founder of Correctional Mental Health Services, LLC (CMHS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Conmed, will assume the additional corporate position of Executive Vice President.