Research suggests that trauma is common among men reentering society after incarceration, and may complicate their ability to successfully transition back into their communities.
Related Publications for Melissa Azur
Creating a Trauma-Informed System of Care for Formerly Incarcerated DadsMay 30, 2019
Trauma-Informed Approaches for Programs Serving Fathers in Re-Entry: A Review of the Literature and Environmental ScanJul 30, 2018
The purpose of this report is to document what is known about trauma among fathers returning to the community after incarceration, how fatherhood programs can foster healing and avoid exacerbating or re-traumatizing participants, and resources that may be available to help fatherhood programs become...
How Well Are We Measuring Military Mental Health?Jan 01, 2017
This article discusses two common methodological challenges in efforts to accurately estimate the prevalence of military mental health conditions: (1) problems with measures used to assess psychological functioning and prevalence of mental health conditions in military populations and (2) the use of...
Report to Congress on the Evaluation of the Medicaid Emergency Psychiatric DemonstrationDec 01, 2013
This report presents the initial steps taken to implement the demonstration and early evaluation results.
Seclusion and Restraint Practices in Residential Treatment Facilities for Children and YouthJan 30, 2012
Using data from two national surveys, this article examines the extent to which residential treatment facilities consistently implement certain practices following incidents of seclusion or restraint.