Involvement in the criminal justice system is one of the most fundamental upstream determinants of health. Fortunately, a model for helping patients navigate legal issues
EXPERTS FROM SEVEN OF THE NATION’S TOP UNIVERSITIES ADVISE PRIORITIZING INCARCERATED Persons AND CORRECTIONAL STAFF ALIKE IN THE SAME EARLY PHASE DISTRIBUTION OF THE CORONAVIRUS
Best Practices for Implementing Decarceration as a Strategy to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19 in Correctional Facilities
The Committee on Law and Justice will convene an ad hoc committee that will provide advice to policymakers, correctional officials, and public health officials on
Executive Director Mavis Nimoh Featured In The Washington Post On The Impact of Coronavirus In The US Prison System
Executive Director Mavis Nimoh, MPA and the founders of the Center for Health and Justice Transformation, Josiah Rich MD, MPH and Scott Allen, MD were
Deputy Director Sarah Martino, MPA was featured in the Providence Journal expressing her opinion on a Post-COVID Justice System.
Josiah Rich, MD, MPH, the Co-Founder and Director of the Center for Health and Justice Transformation was featured on NowThis speaking on coronavirus and its