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.
Policy Research Associates, Inc. (PRI) offers ideas for and practice examples of peer support programs for justice-involved people experiencing mental health issues. Ideas and examples span the length of ‘intercepts’—or, across all stages of criminal justice involvement.
Brought to you by The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance and HRC Foundation, this resource is designed to aid LGBTQ API Americans in navigating intersectional challenges when coming out. This resource is also available for download in various languages.
Through extensive research, documentation, and oral histories-Vanessa Jackson unpacks scientific racism, segregated hospitals, and the erasure of Black experiences in psych survivor movement (consumer, ex-patient, peers).
Issues of Race and Ethnicity is qualitative research study focused on how BIPOC mental health consumers navigate and experience racism within both the mental health system and the psychiatric survivors movement.