NCCHC is accredited to offer continuing education hours for CCHPs, nurses, physicians, psychologists, and social workers. This conference will offer approximately 14 hours of CE. Please check back when the agenda is posted for more details.

Conference Educational Objectives

  • Demonstrate an increased understanding of pervasive as well as emerging mental health problems within correctional populations and related management issues
  • Identify best practices in evaluation, treatment and management for incarcerated individuals with mental illness
  • Enhance skills necessary to manage mental health care delivery in correctional settings
  • Apply the NCCHC standards for mental health services to mental health programs in correctional facilities

How To Claim Your CE After the Conference

  • Log on to your myNCCHC account via
  • You will see a list of all recent NCCHC events for which you have registered. Choose "2021 Virtual Correctional Mental Health Care Conference" by clicking the "Go to link", which will take you to the evaluation platform
  • Once you enter the evaluation platform, select  “Virtual Mental Health Care Conference” Click on “Demographics” and complete the questions. When finished at the bottom of the page, click "Save and Return to Event Home."
  • Next click on “Session Evaluation” and choose the type of CE credit you are receiving (ACCME, ADA, ANCC, APA, CCHP, NASW).  Hit the “Continue” button.
  • Choose your session under the list of days and then Click "Evaluate."
  • After you have completed each evaluation, click “Save and Return.” Repeat the process for each session you attended on each day. Then "Return to Event Home." 
  • Only click on "Overall Evaluation" if you have evaluated all of the sessions you watched.  Answer the questions and when finished, click "Return to Event Home."
  • Last click on “Certificate” to generate your CE Certificate. You can email the certificate to yourself or download and print it. You have six months to complete the evaluation and print your CE Certificate.