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Communities across the country are coming together to better support the needs of their familiar faces—individuals with complex health and behavioral health conditions who frequently cycle through jails, homeless shelters, emergency departments and other crisis services. Sharing data across health and justice sectors to align service delivery enables counties and cities to integrate their systems of care and improve outcomes for high-needs residents. Join NACo and our partners for an important event to relaunch the Data-Driven Justice initiative with new tools and learning opportunities to explore how we can better serve familiar faces. Attendees will

  • hear from experts and people directly impacted by health and justice systems,
  • learn how data-alignment strategies can break the cycle of incarceration and hospitalization and
  • receive information on exciting new opportunities to support local efforts.  

Data-Driven Justice is supported by Arnold Ventures and led by the National Association of Counties (NACo). Over 150 counties and cities participate in the initiative by developing and implementing cross-system data-sharing efforts.   



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Margarita Chavez-Sanchez

Director, Department of Behavioral Health Services, Bernalillo County, New Mexico
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Hon. Erica Crawley

Commissioner, Franklin County, Ohio
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Amy Federer

Director of Operations, National Alliance on Mental Illness Philadelphia
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Hon. Larry Johnson

NACo Immediate Past President; Commissioner, DeKalb County, Ga.
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Walter Katz

Vice President of Criminal Justice, Arnold Ventures
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Hon. David Rhodes

Sheriff, Yavapai County, Ariz.

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