Criminal Justice Reform

Our criminal justice reform experts provide program development, workforce education and training, and care coordination to criminal justice and health and human services organizations to help their clients achieve better, more equitable outcomes.

What Challenges You

Justice organizations serve extraordinary numbers of individuals with co-occurring behavioral health, medical, and reentry needs. While your organization has demonstrated expertise in public safety, it may need a public health partner to provide the up-to-date training, support, and access to the necessary core competencies needed to meet the needs of this clinically complex population.

Why Choose Us

With over 20 years’ experience at the intersection of public health and public safety, we develop innovative services that positively impact the lives of justice-involved individuals and the staff who support them. Our expertise spans the unique clinical knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to meet the needs of this clinically complex population.

How We Can Help

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    Our services increase the clinical capacity of organizations that serve justice-involved individuals.
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    We facilitate comprehensive healthcare reintegration initiatives, including enrollment in benefits.
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    Our Academic Consortium on Criminal Justice Health and yearly conference offer robust research and best practice sharing, professional development opportunities, and networking.

Our Impact

Better Outcomes for Justice-Involved Individuals

To meet the significant medical, behavioral, and substance addiction needs of over 8,000 incarcerated individuals in 14 facilities, we helped redesign healthcare programs for one state’s department of corrections. With over 95% of incarcerated individuals returning to the community, a healthy reentry is vital to increasing reintegration success and improving community tenure.

In addition, a behavioral health initiative we developed for a state Medicaid agency in conjunction with state and county correctional facilities, as well as community, public, and mental health providers, has worked to reduce fatal overdoses and improve outcomes for 2,457 justice-involved individuals across the state since launching in 2019.