Axon Aid: Mental Health Awareness - Corrections

Corrections work is physically and mentally exhausting, even for the strongest of individuals. Holly Dorman, Inmate Service Unit Supervisor and 20+ year veteran in the field, discusses her time working in a maximum custody facility and the importance of allowing the presence of human emotions during stressful periods. For more information and Corrections resources visit: #AxonAid #MentalHealth #Corrections #Axon #ProtectLife


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