Reducing Recidivism & Reentry Conference
The Big Picture: Addressing Recidivism
through the Continuum of Services
February 6-7, 2023
In-Person at the Captain Cook Hotel
If your work is in:
- mental health
- substance abuse
- community programs
- case management
- public defender
- judicial systems
- at risk or adjudicated youth
- social work
- in another field that is concerned with reducing recidivism and strengthening reentry services
About the Conference
The 18th Annual Reducing Recidivism and Reentry conference will convene a diverse community of professionals who will collaborate, build partnerships, exchange ideas, work on finding solutions, and improve services for youth and adults returning to their community. The conference agenda will feature a broad range of sessions that highlight evidence-based best practices to strengthen our reentry services while paying particular attention to mental health-focused philosophies addressing the criminogenic risk and needs of justice involved youth and adults throughout our state.
Together we can continue to develop services in our communities and justice system that will support a more successful re-entry process.
The Reducing Recidivism and Reentry Conference receives funding and support from the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority and UAA CHD's Alaska Training Cooperative.
The agenda is still being decided, if you are interested in presenting or volunteering, please email Bridget McCleskey.