Armor Health is a medical services organization committed to ensuring that incarcerated individuals have access to quality healthcare. Since the organization was established in 2004, its expressed purpose has been to provide healthcare to individuals in correctional facilities. Today, they partner with county, state and federal facilities. Fourteen years after its founding, Armor Health celebrated its 1 millionth client, which speaks to the continually growing network of facilities that partner with Armor Health to offer medical services to incarcerated individuals. Clients receive a combination of medical care, behavioral health services, pharmaceutical management support, and health management inside the facility. All healthcare programs are designed to meet or succeed the National Commission for Correctional Health Care standards. Their behavioral health model includes the early identification of individuals with mental health needs, including both acute and chronic conditions that require treatment. For more information about Armor Health, contact the organization directly using the information on this page.
The Alabama Therapeutic Education Facility (ATEF) helps prepare participants to transition from incarceration to re-entry. It is a residential facility that provides comprehensive behavioral, vocational and educational services to prepare incarcerated people to enter the Work Release Program.