January/February 2019

   
Correctional Chaplain Perspectives
What chaplains need to know about MAT
By Robert Sherrick, Michael White and David Young

   
National Law Enforcement Museum
An exhibit features a ‘powerful backdrop’ for corrections
BY Floyd Nelson

   

November/December 2018

   
Finding the Tools for Wellness:
A conversation with Colette S. Peters
By Floyd Nelson

   
Defying the Odds
Staying drug free: A youth-based program building positive, productive citizens
By Crystal Brown-Voeltz

   

   
Health & Wellness Expo and Proclamation
ACA supports health and wellness in every way
By Molly Law

September/October 2018

   
A New Way of Life
How one woman broke the cycle of recidivism and is helping others break it too
By Alex Carrigan

   
Keeping an Eye Out
"Green" improvement possibilities for correctional facilities
By Robert Breckenridge II

   
The Importance of Voting
By J. David Donahue

   
Gender differences in confinement:
PREA preparedness
By Randy Shively and Ramona Swayne

July/August 2018

   
Growing Ahead
By Emily Gaines Crockett, James E. Marty, Karin M. Kettenring and Nalini Nadkarni

   

   
A Best Practice Approach
Providing support services to transgender inmates
By David Radziewicz and Carole A. Mattis

May/June 2018

   
The 3 Rs
Raise the education bar, reduce recidivism
By Lilian Lugo

   
Parenting, Prison and Pups with a Purpose
How dog-assisted therapy can improve inmates as mothers
By Dr. Kimberly Collica-Cox and Bruce Fagin

   

March/April 2018

   
Adjusting to Meet the Mission
Using 7 Habits to Change Lives
By Chaplain Capt. William Anderson

   
Our Most Valuable Asset: Correctional Employees
As a Profession, We Need to Take Control of Our Health
By Dr. Elizabeth Gondles

   
Where, Oh Where, Do We Find the Talent?
Making Improvements in Corrections for Maximum Employment Growth
By Art Beeler; Kenethia M. Fuller, Ph.D; Heidi Bonner, Ph.D; and Shannon Burnett

January/February 2018

   
Ask Anyone Who Works in Corrections
Hurricanes, floods, wildfires and earthquakes aren’t the only times
you need a good volunteer
By Terry Campbell

   
In Sight
Women of corrections on their paths, their jobs and advice
By Grace Gibson

   
Mentorship and True Change
Connecticut Department of Correction reaches out to its young adult population
By  Joey Hedger