On June 16, NACo hosted its first Data-Driven Justice (DDJ) Behavioral Health & Social Services Peer Engagement Group quarterly call to introduce the peer engagement group and provide a forum for DDJ members to share the work they are doing to serve people who are frequently utilizing their health, human services and justice systems.
All DDJ community members are welcome to join the Behavioral Health & Social Services Peer Engagement Group!
This group is composed of individuals whose primary responsibilities address homelessness, mental illness, physical health and substance abuse treatment and recovery support services. Discussion topics may include coordinating efforts with strategic partners and information sharing, innovative service delivery and community-based interventions and best practices, among other topics. Examples of participants may include:
- Behavioral health administrators,
- Mental health coordinators,
- Public health administrators,
- Integrated service delivery coordinators,
- Community initiatives managers/coordinators,
- Treatment providers, and
- Emergency medical staff and hospital personnel.
To join future calls of the DDJ Behavioral Health & Social Services Peer Engagement group, fill out the form below.
Data-Driven Justice (DDJ) is a project of the National Association of Counties (NACo) and Arnold Ventures that aims to support local jurisdictions in using data to better align resources to respond to people experiencing a behavioral health crisis, particularly those who are frequent utilizers of justice, health and human services systems. Find out more and join.