Health & Medicine Policy Research Group works to promote social justice and challenge inequities in health and health care through education, collaboration, research and policy reform. The Health & Medicine Court-Involved Youth Project is focused on strengthening the supports and services available to youth in their communities when they return from incarceration. The Healthcare Access for Incarcerated Youth
convening aimed to build bridges between healthcare providers, social service providers and juvenile justice staff and develop tools to eliminate the barriers youth experience when trying to access services. The event took place on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at PCC Austin Family Health Center in Chicago.
The convening provided an opportunity for attendees to:
- Share ideas on how to improve care coordination for youth
- Network to build stronger bridges to other providers in your community
- Receive free toolkits on working with LGB/T youth, utilizing trauma frameworks, and providing comprehensive, youth-friendly sexual health care
To learn more about this training or the Court-Involved Youth Project, contact David Fischer at email@example.com.