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ADHD Justice Support Center » The ADHD Corrections Project

logoIn 2010, the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) partnered with the Delaware Center for Justice (DCJ) to create a pilot project that would address the issue of undiagnosed and/or untreated ADHD in our correctional system. The project targeted the reentry population of local prisons in Wilmington, Delaware. At the time, the project was titled as the ADHD Harm Reduction Project, but today is better know as the ADHD Corrections Project.

For more information beyond what is provided in the links below, please contact Robin Stramp, Project Coordinator, at ADHDcorrections@dcjustice.org or (302) 658-7174 ext. 11.

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