Resources for health agencies on implementing jail linkage programs and assisting organizations in expanding their current jail work.
- This guide is intended for those seeking to strengthen connections between community and jail health care systems, including improving the continuity of care for recently incarcerated HIV-positive individuals.
This curriculum is meant to inform implementation of a new jail linkage program and to assist organizations in expanding their current jail work.
- Lessons learned from the SPNS Enhancing Linkages to HIV Primary Care & Services in Jail Settings Initiative.
- This webinar was the first in a three part series featuring grantees of the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS), Enhancing Linkages to HIV Care & Services in Jail Settings Initiative (Jail Linkages Initiative). They shared lessons learned, and advice for others hoping to create or expand similar programs.
- Overview of public health opportunities within correctional settings and key findings from the SPNS Enhancing Jail Linkages Initiative.
- This session explains how to build a new jail linkage program and what to consider for expanding an existing one.
An estimated one in seven people with HIV leave correctional facilities each year in the United States.
- This handbook details New York City Correctional Health Services’ Transitional Care Coordination intervention model, including program planning, implementation steps, and lessons learned.