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Home Page

  • The Network of Care is 508 compliant and can be translated into 50 different languages. The home page offers message boards, calendar, access to the Network of Care Social Networking platform, a variety of Learning Centers, education material, and national news. Custom content and announcements can be added to the banner, left, center, and right columns making it easy for users to find.

Service Directory

  • A comprehensive database provides a directory of services from state, local and community agencies. Searchable listings in this easy-to-use information hub enable anyone to quickly and easily find service programs by category, by type, or by name, view the program details, including services offered and address and phone numbers, email contacts, and maps and driving directions.

Library

  • The Network of Care for Prisoner Reentry online library brings together a vast collection of articles, government publications, guidelines, and fact sheets addressing health issues, developmental disabilities, and substance use. Links to information on health issues, treatment programs, and Medicare coverage is also included.

Legislate

  • The Network of Care for Prisoner Reentry Legislate tool is a powerful way for individuals to stay on top of state and federal legislation that can affect their lives. A bill tracker lets individuals follow bills under consideration during the current session. And a built-in email tool makes it simple for site visitors to contact their elected representative so they can make their voices heard on matters concerning persons with behavioral health issues.

Links

  • We provide access to helpful resources on a local, state and national level. Thanks to the collection of links we've gathered on the Network of Care for Prisoner Reentry, it is simple to find online information about government programs and nonprofit organizations that offer support, advocacy and assistance for those experiencing behavioral health issues.

Support & Advocacy

  • Local, state and national organizations that provide assistance, support, information, and advocacy to behavioral health clients, families and service providers are collected in the Network of Care for Prisoner Reentry.

Personal Health Record / My Folder

  • The secure folder built in to the Network of Care for Prisoner Reentry provides a safe online space to store and organize important medical and healthcare-related information and share it with trusted family members or caregivers. Instead of searching through stacks of paper, the Personal Health Record makes information retrievable with a button click. Together, approved caregivers, doctors, social workers, parents, and family members can access the Personal Health Record, where they can share information, add recent medical results, and stay organized with the most up-to-date information.

The goal of The Network of Care for Prisoner Reentry is to help men and women released from prison lead productive lives in the community.