Is the Community Oriented Correctional Health Services Program Right for Your Community?

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Is the Community Oriented Correctional Health Services Program Right for Your Community?

Description

Community Oriented Correctional Health Services (COCHS) is a program that fosters partnerships between local correctional facilities and local health care providers to provide quality care inside a correctional facility, and to connect returning inmates to their local community health centers for continued care after release. The questionnaire helps interested parties determine whether the COCHS program is suitable for their jurisdiction.

Developer:

Community Oriented Correctional Health Services

Funding Sources:

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

History

Release Date: 2008
Original Summary: October 2009
Last Updated: 04/14/10

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