Overcoming Cultural and Service Gaps Experienced by Tribal Members in the Criminal Justice System : Criminal Justice Series Webinar 3

About the Course:

In this informative presentation, Stephanie Autumn and Alan Rabideau explore the dynamics driving Native American experiences within the behavioral health and criminal justice systems. Recovery to Practice (RTP) training helps behavioral health and general healthcare practitioners improve delivery of recovery-oriented services, supports, and treatment.

Publication Date:

Aired March 15, 2017

Authors

Stephanie Autumn

Stephanie Autumn is the Executive Director of the American Indian Prison Project Working Group.

Alan Rabideau

Alan Rabideau is an independent consultant and a Board Member with the First Nation Behavioral Health Association.

Course Objectives:

  1. Describe social, cultural, and historic factors which contribute to the over-representation of American Indians/Alaska Natives (AI/AN) people within the criminal justice system.

  2. Identify and discuss service gaps between criminal justice and behavioral health systems as experienced by AI/AN people.

  3. Identify and discuss interventions, resources, and tools that can be used by providers to mitigate service gaps related to the social, cultural, and historic factors experienced by AI/AN people.

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Course Number: 102319
Total Credit Hours: 1cr
Exam Fee: $6.97
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Format: Recorded Webinar
Rating: 
4.2 out of 5
Popularity: 16 members have taken this course