2019 Reducing Recidivism & Reentry Conference – reference materials

Creating Healthy Relationships – Building Supportive Communities

About the Conference

If you work as a mental health or substance abuse professional, community program director or case manager, public defender or judge, if you work with at risk or adjudicated youth, are a probation officer, social worker, or work in another field that is concerned with reducing recidivism and strengthening reentry services — this conference is for you!

Together we can maximize the effectiveness of reentry programs and minimize barriers to employment and reintegration back into the communities. By developing collaborative case management plans and implementing programs that meet beneficiary needs, we can shift the public’s perception of formerly incarcerated individuals from a risk to an asset to our communities.

Conference Schedule/Agenda

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Session 1 – The Intersection of Substance Use, Trauma and Incarceration

Session 2 – What you need to know about MAT for Opioid Use Disorder: The Evidence about Effectiveness, Cost, Safety and Diversion

Lunch and Learn Session – Pay for Success

Session 3 – Focusing on the Future: Implementing the Transition to Independence Process(TIP) Model with Youth and Young Adults

Session 4 – The Science of Traumatic Stress: Trauma’s Impact on the Brain as Pathway to Understanding Behavior

Session 5 – Community-Based Reentry Centers – Should Your Community Have One?

Session 6 – Reentry Coalition Round-up

    Session 7 – Holistic Defense Model

    Lunch and Learn Session – Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act Grant

    Session 8 – Utilizing Peer Support in Alaska to Promote Hope, Build Rapport and Establish Trust

    Session 9 – Coordinated Reentry – Housing

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