Mental Health Programming

Dual Diagnosis (J-Port)

Justice Project Outreach Team (JPORT) a specialized program of Community Support and Treatment Services provides mental health consumers in the jail diagnosed with a co-occurring disorder of a mental illness and substance abuse disorder a class on being dually diagnosed and how to effectively manage their illnesses. Participants are educated on co-occurring disorders, medication management, and treatment.

Duration / Frequency

  • 6 weeks
  • Once a week
  • Currently not running

Women's Trauma (J-Port)

Justice Project Outreach Team (JPORT) a specialized program of Community Support and Treatment Services provides a gender specific trauma class to women inmates who identify as having experienced trauma at some point in their lives. This best practice program was designed by Stephanie Covington, PHD, a pioneer in the field of women's issues, addiction, and recovery. She developed an innovative, gender-responsive, and trauma-informed approach to treat women in both institutional and non-institutional settings. Participants learn about trauma and its effects in their lives. They gain the understanding and empowerment to effectively manage trauma symptoms and successfully remain sober.

Duration / Frequency

  • 6 to 7 weeks
  • Once a weeks

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