This paper presents an overview of housing options used for persons with mental illness who have had contact with the criminal justice system.
The Bazelon Center argues that jurisdictions should increase investment in community-based mental health service providers. This document describes services that, based on the evidence they’ve compiled, are necessary components of strong mental health systems.
The National League of Cities (NLC) and Arnold Ventures provide recommendations on how local jurisdictions can improve their response to mental illness through cross-system collaboration. The document linked here is the executive summary, which includes links to three constituent reports.
This report provided by The Williams Institute is a collection of working papers focused on understanding what is known and what needs to be better understood about the lives and outcomes of LGBTQ youth of color with system involvement.
The Human Rights Campaign and Partnership for Drug Free Kids provides a review on substance abuse among LGBTQ young people and what contributes to substance use among this population. It also shares recommendations for parents, educators, and other adults who can help LGBTQ teens avoid or limit drug and alcohol use.