Indiana Forensic Services, a division of Mental Health America Indiana (MHAI), offers educational training opportunities for criminal justice recovery professionals, advocates, and individuals who wish to enhance their understanding of our integrated criminal-justice aproach to impact factors like justice-systems interventons, treatment courts, increasing reentry engagement, treatment during incarceration, resource development and decreasing recidivism. Whether you are beginning in the field, furthering your professional development in Forensic Peer Work or utilizing the Sequential Intercept Model to map our or invest in your crminal-justice approaches, our technical-assistance supports and educational curricula include opportunities in the following categories: Forensic Peer Recovery Education, Forensic Treatment Support Education (focusing on both mental health and substance-use disorder -SUD), Forensic Transitional Healthcare, Forensic Insurance and Resource Navigation, System/SIM Mapping/ Intercept Development and Forensic Supervision/Leadership, Forensic Peer Jail/ Training and Development. Our goal is to offer an in-depth understanding of the emerging forensic behavioral health field and provide criminal-justice technical assistnace, training and development supports that will allow systems, individuals or groups to better assist those with criminal justice involvement that has been impacted by substance use, and/or mental illness. Our trainings are offered online and by request, IFS may conduct trainings on-site.

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