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Digby Presented with Award

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December 16, 2019 12:00 AM
By: DOC Staff

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Jennifer Digby holds an awardOn Dec. 4, SCI Camp Hill Unit Manager Jennifer Digby was presented with the 2019 Pennsylvania Forensic Rights and Treatment Conference Award at an annual conference hosted by Drexel University College of Medicine, Behavioral Healthcare Education. The award is intended for individuals who work on a grass roots level, making a difference for persons with mental illness in forensic settings.

Digby, who was nominated for the award by her coworker, Danielle Tedesco, was nominated due to her serving as an amazing role model who serves the prison's mental health population with fairness, dignity and respect.

As part of her work at SCI Camp Hill, Digby serves as an adjust instructor for case management, coordinates counseling services and case management audits, employs the Swift, Certain Fair modal, chairs the lifer's group, is a key member of the prison's intelligence committee, plays a leading role in the Critical Incident Stress Management team, participates in violence reduction initiatives and suicide prevention committees, and is a graduate of the DOC's Corrections Leadership Development Program.

The awards presentation was part of a conference for individuals such as clinical and support staff, program managers, advocates, psychologists, counselors, social workers, nurses, educators and administrators working in all fields, including corrections, probation/parole, prisons/jails, specialized mental health facilities and specialized drug and alcohol facilities.

This year's conference provided information about current approaches for juveniles, medication assisted treatment, risk-needs-responsivity in practice, as well as concerns for persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities. It also consisted of workshops offering first-person perspectives, psychotherapeutic treatment and wellness.

Congratulations, Jennifer!


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