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The partnership will enhance Liberty programs and services that support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities by integrating the Charting the LifeCourse person-centered framework and tools.
In 2006, Liberty was among the first to earn The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Health Care Staffing Services and continues to provide safe and quality patient care.
On June 17, 2022, Liberty Healthcare COO, Sue Nayda and Director of Business Development Mike Hanna will discuss how we partnered with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Developmental Disability Services to launch a statewide initiative to improve access to home- and community-based services (HCBS) for individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
In a recent interview with Vanguard Law, Liberty Senior Associate General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer John Beck gives insight into how his role supports the company’s future.
April 24-27, 2022
Liberty of Oklahoma will convert the Southwest Oklahoma Juvenile Center to short-term residential treatment for youth and children in state custody with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The program became the first civil commitment treatment facility for sexually violent persons to gain CARF International accreditation in 2005 and continues status following a recent survey.
December 7-10. Baltimore, MD.
Liberty staff will be presenting at the NASDDDS 2021 Annual Conference on Tuesday, November 9 and Exhibiting on Wednesday, November 10.
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OK DHS) contracts Liberty to provide Medicaid home and HCBS waiting list management and navigation.
Liberty staff will be exhibiting virtually at NASDDDS 2021 Mid-Year Conference.
June 6 – 8 – Chico, CA
Liberty of Indiana Corporation was the recipient of the Innovation in Quality Supports and Services Award at the 2021 Charting the LifeCourse Showcase for their leadership in integrating the CtLC framework into the provider quality review process throughout Indiana.
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services will renovate and replace aging buildings that house a short-term treatment program for adults with I/DD and mental illness.
Liberty Healthcare Corporation is proud to announce that 16 members of its staff have become Charting the LifeCourse Ambassadors.
This year, NASDDDS is forging ahead with its annual conference, virtually, of course. The conference is set to take place on November 16 — 18, 2020.
Liberty and the Indiana Department of Correction will co-host the 19th Annual Sex Offender Management and Monitoring 2-Day Training on Thursday, July 23, 2020.
In these unprecedented times, Liberty Executive Clinical Director and ATSA President Shan Jumper, PhD, expressed compassion and positivity toward the ATSA organization.
As a proud sponsor of the 2020 NASDDDS Mid-Year Conference, Liberty Healthcare will give a virtual tour of an Enhanced Behavioral Support Home on Thursday, June 4 starting at 4:00 pm EST.
Alan Stillman presents interventions for developmentally delayed adults with sexual offending behaviors at the Annual Conference of the Forensic Mental Health Association of California on March 12, at 3:00 PM.
Liberty helped the Oklahoma DHS transform an emergency shelter into a short-term residential treatment program for children and youth with developmental disabilities. It now prepares to place its first successfully treated children into less restrictive environments.
November 13 – 15 – Alexandria, VA
November 7 – 8 – Boise, ID
ATSA (Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers) is an international professional network whose members work to prevent sexual violence by treating and managing those who commit sexual offenses.
October is National Physical Therapy Month, and our therapists in Delaware celebrated by dropping pain points, standing up to addictions, and working a major muscle, the brain!
The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD) recently awarded a three-year re-accreditation to the Robert M. Greer Center, the first program to be NADD accredited.
August 26 – 29. Baltimore, MD
We’re proud to share that two of our directors have recently been named board members of the Forensic Mental Health Association of California (FMHAC).
Through the Acute Stabilization Unit (ASU), Liberty has helped San Mateo County provide immediate treatment and stabilization for inmates who are acutely disabled by psychiatric illness.
Liberty Healthcare has helped the Oklahoma DHS transform a state-operated shelter into a short-term residential treatment program for children and youth with developmental disabilities.
Jaclyn O’Neill, MT-BC is the newest member of FulCare Behavioral Health at the Fulton County Health Center, a program-unit operated by Liberty Healthcare Corporation.
Featured in the Spring 2018 Health Centering, a publication of Fulton County Health Center, the Liberty FulCare team provides insight on mental illness and treatment options.
Liberty Healthcare now offers free screenings of youth to determine if they qualify for publicly-funded, community-based mental health services under the Idaho Youth Empowerment Services (YES) program.
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors will consider expanding its mental health program that treats inmates deemed incompetent to stand trial (IST).
The Indiana Department of Correction’s SOMM Program, managed in partnership with Liberty Behavioral Health, received the award from Indiana Criminal Justice Association
The Robert M. Greer Center, managed by Liberty of Oklahoma Corporation, has become the first program of its kind to be awarded accreditation from the National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD).
Dr. Adam Deming will be speaking at the 2011 ACA Winter Conference. Dr. Deming will discuss how the INSOMM Program has reduced recidivism and incarceration costs for sex offenders in Indiana.
Liberty Healthcare and San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department set to open a new program to provide mental health services to inmates in the county jail.