This series built progressive implementation knowledge and action, bringing together faith communities and behavioral health county departments in response to behavioral health crisis care needs (e.g., suicide, overdose, domestic violence, psychiatric crisis). Success is measured by equitable, cost-saving, and life-saving outcomes.
The California Multi-County Justice Diversion Learning Collaborative series, hosted by the Crisis and Recovery Enhancement (CARE) Technical Assistance Center engaged participants in progressive knowledge development regarding diversion program implementation and evaluation. Sessions consisted of didactic presentations from subject-matter experts and collaborative cross-county sharing. Participants identified cross-cutting issues in justice diversion and strategized ways to reduce […]
This series built progressive implementation knowledge and action, bringing together county behavioral health directors and managers to share best practices, challenges, and opportunities. Participants identified a focus area where systems improvement is needed within their county and action steps toward equitable, cost-saving, and life-saving outcomes.
Part one of a two-part series, this session focused on the three-legged stool of reentry and justice diversion: strengthening the role of communities, systems, and individuals. Each one plays a critical role and all must work together for successful reentry to be possible. Speakers discussed identifying, engaging, and supporting justice-involved individuals across a broad spectrum […]