A comprehensive and tailored approach to addressing your community’s needs is critical to success. Identifying effective strategies and innovative practices in the treatment and support of high utilizers can reduce incarceration and promote vibrant and healthy communities. DDJ communities have implemented many successful strategies and practices, and come together on regular calls and webinars to discuss their work and learn from experts. Notes, presentations and recordings of these discussions are available here to enhance your efforts to implement data-driven justice in your community.
On this Data-Driven Justice call catch-up with Dr. Natalie Ortiz and Lynn Overmann. Learn about new resources from NACo on a wide range of topics, including building high functioning pretrial justice systems and reentry planning.
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn about the Pinellas County, Florida, Behavioral Health Pilot, a program to stabalize individuals identified as being the highest utilizers of behavioral health and jail services in the county.
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn about a data-sharing toolkit that is being developed to help communities navigate the process of data-sharing, including developing the scope of data-sharing projects, putting together interagency, third-party and business associate agreements, obtaining consent and ensuring privacy and data security.
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn about the federal work group that is committed to supporting the work of DDJ on the ground, including opportunities and resources that are available from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn from three counties about their successes and challenges with taking their DDJ strategy into 2017. Also, learn about Loom, the data-sharing platform that has been developed to improve the operational and policy outcomes of DDJ.
On this Data-Driven Justice call learn from the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness about the role of health care and Medicaid-covered services in supporting formerly homeless individuals who reside in supportive housing achieve independence and stability.