Keeping Mentally Ill Offenders Out of Jail

During the second half of the 20th century, the United States embarked on a movement to deinstitutionalize individuals with mental illness, and this initiative resulted in the rapid decline of available psychiatric beds. In 1955, there was one psychiatric bed…
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FDA Required Label Changes to Opioid Medications

Due to safety risks and potential drug interactions, the FDA is requiring product label changes to all opioid medications to warn about these risks. Opioids may interact with antidepressants and migraine medications which could lead to a risk of serotonin…
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HEA 1269 Legislation

HEA 1269 is newly enacted legislation that, among other things, requires Sheriffs to apply for Medicaid coverage on behalf of inmates that have been housed in their facilities for more than 30 days. Below are some links to helpful resources.…
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Newly Contracted Counties

To our newly contracted clients, welcome to the QCC Family! Tippecanoe County Lafayette, IN Start Date: 6/1/15 Miami County Peru, IN Start Date: 6/1/15 Vanderburgh County Evansville, IN Start Date: 1/1/16 Fulton County Rochester, IN Start Date: 1/1/16 Wabash County…
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Jay County: Sheriff Ray Newton, Jr.

Jay County has the ability to house 150 inmates.  Quality Correctional Care will be providing the following services to Jay County:  Two nurse visits per week; one doctor visit per week; one psychologist visit bi-weekly and administrative services.
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Our Clients

Brown County Clay County Davies County Sheriff's Office Decatur County DeKalb County Sheriff's Office Fountain County Jail Franklin County Sheriff's Office Gibson County Hancock County Henry County Jasper County Jay County Security Center Knox County Marshall County Sheriff's Office Martin…
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Suicidal Symptoms Require Immediate Action

I pulled out an old article that I wrote for The Star Press in 2006.  This topic is one that, unfortunately, is timeless.  If you have trouble reading it in this format simply click here to read the pdf version.
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