This brief primer provides psychiatrists with an overview of the Risk-Needs-Responsivity model and ways they can support people with serious mental illness.
The crisis diversion facility model can be a core component of a coordinated, systemic response, bringing health and service sectors together with law enforcement and first responders in a central facility.
This report addresses offers 10 public policy recommendations for reducing the human and economic costs associated with severe mental illness by building and invigorating a robust, interconnected, evidence-based system of care.
This paper discusses the importance of one such model, permanent supportive housing (PSH), in serving people with serious mental illness in the community, and the role PSH can play in determining an area’s psychiatric inpatient bed capacity.
The purpose of this guide is to provide behavioral health, correctional, and community stakeholders with examples of the implementation of successful strategies for transition.