Expertise

Correctional Mental Health

Reduced risk through timely access to high-quality mental health services

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Behavioral health services for forensic populations.

Liberty provides a range of correctional mental health services to state and county agencies and sheriff’s departments, including staffing and management of mental health services in secure and community settings. Our capabilities include comprehensive mental health services, acute psychiatric stabilization units, felony restoration of competency treatment programs, offender re-entry, and sex offense-specific treatment and management services. We have helped our customers reduce risk through timely access to high-quality mental health services and achieve adherence with national standards for correctional healthcare.

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Our Expertise in Practice

Jail-Based Mental Health

Comprehensive behavioral health services in correctional settings

Restoration of Competency

Timely treatment for detainees deemed incompetent to stand trial

Acute Inpatient Care

Stabilization of inmates who are disabled by psychiatric illnesses

14,000+

inmates / patients covered by Liberty behavioral health programs in 15 state and county correctional facilities

2,800+

Incompetent to Stand Trial (IST) inmates served

13%

recidivism rate for an offender work release and community re-entry program

The Enhanced Behavioral Support Home Model: A commUNITY for All

As a proud sponsor of the 2020 NASDDDS Mid-Year Conference, Liberty Healthcare will give a virtual tour of an Enhanced Behavioral Support Home on Thursday, June 4 starting at 4:00 pm EST.

45th Annual FMHAC Conference

Join Alan Stillman, LCSW at FMHAC’s 45th Annual Conference

Alan Stillman presents interventions for developmentally delayed adults with sexual offending behaviors at the Annual Conference of the Forensic Mental Health Association of California on March 12, at 3:00 PM.

Dester Center Completes First Year as a Short-Term Treatment Program

Liberty helped the Oklahoma DHS transform an emergency shelter into a short-term residential treatment program for children and youth with developmental disabilities. It now prepares to place its first successfully treated children into less restrictive environments.