Glossaries

Hotlines & Helplines

Hotlines and helplines are resources that provide immediate and confidential support and crisis intervention for individuals with behavioral health needs.

Housing & Shelter

Housing or shelter refers to temporary or permanent housing options for individuals experiencing homelessness or housing instability due to behavioral health issues.

Human Services

Human services refer to a range of social and community-based services designed to support individuals and families, including those with behavioral health needs.

Human Services Helpline

Human services helpline refers to a phone-based service that connects individuals with resources and assistance for various social and behavioral health needs.

Initiatives & Models

In criminal justice behavioral health, initiatives-models-tools refer to strategies and resources used to develop and implement effective programs and policies.

Intercept 0

In the Sequential Intercept Model, intercept 0 refers to the pre-arrest stage and opportunities for diversion from the criminal justice system.

Intercept 1

In the Sequential Intercept Model, intercept 1 refers to the point of initial contact with law enforcement and opportunities for diversion to behavioral health services.

Intercept 2

In the Sequential Intercept Model, intercept 2 refers to the point of initial detention and opportunities for assessment, treatment, and diversion to community-based care.

Intercept 3

In the Sequential Intercept Model, intercept 3 refers to the point of post-booking and opportunities for treatment and diversion to community-based care.

Intercept 4

In the Sequential Intercept Model, intercept 4 refers to the point of initial incarceration and opportunities for treatment and reentry planning.

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