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Supported employment
Supported employment assists people with mental illnesses and co-occurring substance use disorders in obtaining stable jobs in the community and provides them with resources they need to maintain employment. Read More
Specialized probation caseloads
Probation officers are assigned smaller caseloads dedicated exclusively to people with mental illnesses in order to better monitor their supervisees’ treatment progress. Read More
Screening and assessment process for substance addiction
Every person booked into jail is screened for substance addiction using validated screening tools. For those that screen positive, a licensed mental health professional administers a validated clinical assessment in a timely manner. Crucial case information is then disseminated to appropriate decision makers to inform pretrial release decisions and the… Read More
Collaborative comprehensive case plans
Collaborative comprehensive case plans are notedly responsive to factors that are most likely to reduce a person’s involvement in the criminal justice system, such as criminogenic risk, as well as their medical, psychiatric, and social needs. People who are high risk and high need will need the most intensive treatment… Read More
Criminogenic risk assessment
A validated criminogenic risk assessment is administered to inform release decisions, such as whether supervision or services are required to reduce the person’s risk of reoffending. Read More