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Webinar replay: Medicaid 1115 justice waivers and special populations: meeting the needs of justice-involved youth

This webinar was held on August 17, 2023. 

HMA’s webinar series, 1115 Medicaid Justice Demonstration Waivers: Bridging Healthcare, focused on helping stakeholders optimize care for persons in carceral settings and during their transition back to the community.

Youth in juvenile correctional settings often have complex medical, behavioral health, developmental, social, and legal needs. Many youth have been exposed to adverse childhood experiences, unsupervised home environments and have lacked access to behavioral health services. Transitioning youth from correctional facilities require high quality transition planning services for successful reentry into the community.  Part 5 of this webinar series delved into the types of care and services needed for youth, so that a whole-person approach can be applied to facilitate successful reentry to the community.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the unique needs of juveniles in correctional settings
  • Discuss opportunities under CMS State Medicaid Director Level 1115 guidance to support reentry for justice involved youth
  • Discuss effective state models for justice-involved youth
  • Learn how to create a whole-person approach to health needs of juveniles in the justice setting

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Jon Rubin

Jon Rubin

Philadelphia, PA
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Julie White

Boston, MA