The ‘Black Market’ in Prison Health Care

Correctional facilities around the country try to offset the costs of inmate health care by charging minimum co-payments. But the results are not always exactly what they bargained for, writes an inmate in a Texas facility.


Can We Help Opioid Abusers Without Jailing Them?

As the nation continue to suffer from the opioid epidemic, programs that can divert substance abusers away from the criminal justice system are critical. One increasingly popular approach called “deflection” partners police and public health workers.