Reporting is the act of documenting and communicating information, such as incidents, observations, or data, often required in the criminal justice and behavioral health fields.
Screening assessments are brief evaluations used to identify individuals who may require further assessment or treatment for behavioral health issues.
The Sequential Intercept Model (SIM) is a framework that outlines points of intervention for individuals with mental illness or substance use disorders in the criminal justice system.
Service providers refer to organizations or agencies that offer a range of behavioral health services to individuals and communities.
Data sharing refers to the exchange of information among stakeholders to facilitate coordinated and effective care.
Social determinants of health refer to social, economic, and environmental factors that influence health outcomes and disparities among individuals and communities.
Stakeholders refer to individuals or groups who have a vested interest or concern in a particular issue or system, such as criminal justice or behavioral health.
In criminal justice behavioral health, standards refer to the benchmarks and expectations used to guide quality and consistency in service delivery.
Stepping Up is a national initiative aimed at reducing the number of people with mental illness in jails and improving their outcomes.
In criminal justice behavioral health, transparency refers to the openness and accountability of policies, procedures, and data related to behavioral health issues.
Transportation refers to the provision of safe and accessible transportation options for individuals with behavioral health conditions to access services and resources.
Treatment providers refer to professionals who deliver medical, therapeutic, or supportive services to individuals with behavioral health conditions.
Veterans courts are specialized court dockets designed to help veterans avoid incarceration and receive treatment for mental health and substance use disorders.