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Jennifer E. Johnson, PhD, Michigan State University – The Joseph P. Powers Memorial Lecture
High rates of mental illness, including substance use disorders, have been recorded among individuals involved at different levels of the criminal justice system in the United States. However, there are few behavioral health interventions available to this population.
In this presentation, Dr. Johnson discusses the implementation of interpersonal group therapy and other interventions to address the mental health problems experienced by this population within under-resourced systems. Dr. Johnson details the barriers to providing and accessing care and the actions that can be taken in policy, health care, and the legal system to address this public health issue.
Presentation highlights include:
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