One in five Americans are touched by behavioral health challenges and those who are affected by incarceration are over-represented within that population. Join us for a conversation with Fr. Ragan Schriver, PsyD, LAPSW to learn more about ministering to those who struggle with behavioral health challenges.

Fr. Ragan Schriver, PsyD, LAPSW
Fr. Schriver is the Special Assistant to the President of Catholic Charities USA. He works with the team at CCUSA to help provide behavioral health perspectives on various activities of the network. Fr. Shriver began his social work career as a therapist in an alternative sentencing program in Knox County, Tennessee. where he provided psychological evaluations in the county jail, individual and group therapy. He is the former executive director of Catholic Charities of East Tennessee

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