...the right people
         ...doing the right things
                 ...doing those things right

Our Patients

Many labels are given to individuals we are entrusted to care for each day but we prefer to focus on simply referring to them as our patients. We find our patients to be typically very appreciative of the care we provide as often these patients have rarely had consistent healthcare prior to incarceration. Our company provides cost effective quality care. Each day we ask ourselves; “what if this was my family member?”

We provide our employees the tools to ensure they are successful in delivering effective health care services

We know we can make a difference because our patients tell us!
  • 54% of mothers and 57% of fathers in state prisons reported never receiving a visit from their children
  • Approximately half of children with incarcerated parents are under ten years old
  • Most prisons are not accessible by any form of public transportation, restricting child-parent visits. In some cases this means children will never visit their parents
  • Research suggests that parenting programs in prison reduce recidivism, improving the chances of successful reentry
  • When my mother was sentenced, I felt that I was sentenced. She was sentenced to prison-to be away from her kids and family. I was sentenced as a child, to be without my mother”
  • 2.5 million children in the United States have a parent in jail or prison, and some have even witnessed their parent's arrest
  • 14,000 girls (under 19 yrs.) are in some kind placement: detention, residential placement or correctional facility
  • In 2007, approximately 65,600 women in federal and state custody reported being the mothers of 147,400 minor children
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