Liberty Healthcare develops and manages programs that offer high quality solutions to difficult health care challenges.
Achieving success through strategic program delivery.
Liberty Healthcare designs, implements, and manages treatment programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), mental illness, co-occurring disorders, and long-term care and forensic populations.
Our programs include management of short-term treatment facilities, behavioral health units, correctional mental health programs, and community crisis homes.
We have established a reputation for person-centered values and for helping our customers achieve quality outcomes through programs that serve vulnerable and challenging populations.
Our Solutions in Practice
clinicians serving people who are elderly and adults with disabilities under one contract
inmates/patients covered in 15 state and county correctional facilities
enhanced behavioral support/community crisis homes contracted to be managed by Liberty
“Liberty’s performance has considerably exceeded even our most optimistic expectations … Throughout its tenure, Liberty has consistently recruited and maintained a highly credentialed and competent professional team to manage the program. The Department of Human Services values its partnership with Liberty, and I would recommend their services without reservation.”
Department of Human Services – Developmental Disabilities Division
“Liberty has proven to be an invaluable partner with the IDOC in its mission to enhance public safety by reducing recidivism in convicted adult and adjudicated juvenile sex offenders. I cannot recommend Liberty enough, not only for their experience and expertise, but also for their unfailing willingness to be great partners.”
Former Deputy Commissioner, Re-Entry
State Department of Correction
“As Facility Director of the Treatment and Detention Facility (TDF), I worked closely with Liberty staff for many years. I can attest firsthand to the very high quality of their clinical programming, to their responsiveness to facility needs and their diligence in monitoring and improving their performance. Through their innovations, they have been able to recruit, hire, and retain highly motivated and credentialed clinical staff for this remotely located facility … I value the partnership we have with Liberty Healthcare in operating the TDF, and highly recommend their services without reservation.”
Department of Human Services
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This year, NASDDDS is forging ahead with its annual conference, virtually, of course. The conference is set to take place on November 16 — 18, 2020.
Liberty and the Indiana Department of Correction will co-host the 19th Annual Sex Offender Management and Monitoring 2-Day Training on Thursday, July 23, 2020.
In these unprecedented times, Liberty Executive Clinical Director and ATSA President Shan Jumper, PhD, expressed compassion and positivity toward the ATSA organization.