March 28, 2019 | View as webpage
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Dear CorrectionsOne Leader,
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As the opioid crisis worsens, corrections leaders must play a key role in fighting back against the epidemic. In this month’s C1 Leader eNewsletter, we take a look at the use of Narcan in correctional facilities and grant funding options for opioid response initiatives.

We also list five must-have leadership skills in corrections, break down how to strengthen your communications skills with the T.A.P. model, and highlight four key steps to a successful career as a leader.
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The CorrectionsOne Team
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Why Narcan is essential in correctional facilities
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By Robert Schermer, RN, C1 Contributor
In court, would you able to prove you took all possible measures to prevent an OD death?
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How to find grants for opioid-response initiatives
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By Therese Matthews, C1 Columnist
Funding is available for much-needed equipment.
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