The Davidson County Jail for Females: A Modern-Day Crisis Center by ProQuest


Although jails house a fairly transient population, if a female stays in custody long enough, many of her medical issues are addressed before she gets out the door. Most times, however, a woman will come to jail and be released before practitioners have a chance to begin any real treatment or recovery regimen. If an inmate is not treated while she is in custody, the likelihood that she will follow up on care (without some sort of case management/counselor intervention) is slim to none.

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