Inventory of services and identified gaps
Existing evidence-based programs and practices are inventoried. Gaps in services are identified, including those that are not available or do not meet capacity needs at each decision point. Inefficient processes are also identified for improvement to expand access to appropriate services by reducing any bottlenecks.
For samples related to this intervention, see these resources:
- Criminal Justice Continuum of Care Map - Yolo County, CA
- Minnesota Adult Mental Health Service Inventory
For more information on this intervention, see these resources:
- My Community Resources Checklist to Identify Local Treatment and Supports
- "Developing a Comprehensive Plan for Mental Health and Criminal Justice Collaboration: The Sequential Intercept Model"
- Stepping Up Module 3 Planning Guide
Salt Lake County, UT Salt Lake County Behavioral Health Services
- In 2006, Salt Lake County Behavioral Health Services used Sequential Intercept Mapping to identify resources and implement systemic improvements for the county population with criminal justice involvement.
- In 2014, the Criminal Justice Advisory Council (CJAC) received assistance to further analyze the available services and needs for the criminal justice population.
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Policy & Practice
Last updated: April 21, 2019