Network Services

Collegial Support

Through an annual conference, regular online meetings, and training webinars, we stay connected to solve common issues faced in TCN clinics, such as:

  • Training primary care providers and systems to best address opioid use disorder among individuals with criminal justice involvement
  • Partnering with correctional facilities to ensure seamless continuity of care
  • Addressing discrimination our patients face in the healthcare setting

Program Implementation

TCN members receive comprehensive technical assistance and training on all aspects of Transition Clinic Program implementation, including needs assessment, culturally competent service development, outreach planning, and CHW integration. Through this support, member clinics have been able to tailor their existing services to care for chronically-ill patients returning from prison.


Evaluation & Quality Improvement (QI)

To provide the highest quality health care to returning prisoners, clinics need consistent feedback on their metrics and progress. TCN members have access to the online evaluation and quality improvement platform, providing quick, reliable feedback for program improvement. Additionally, TCN provides capacity building for evaluation using community-based participatory research (CBPR) methods for clinics and the communities they serve.