Apply for Sequential Intercept Mapping Workshops Focusing on Reentry and Community Corrections

Apply by November 10, 2017

SAMHSA'S GAINS Center for Behavioral Health and Justice Transformation


SAMHSA’s GAINS Center is currently soliciting applications from communities interested in developing integrated strategies to better identify and respond to the needs of adults with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders in contact with the criminal justice system.Sequential Intercept Mapping (SIM) workshops are designed to allow local, multidisciplinary teams of people from jurisdictions to facilitate collaboration and to identify and discuss ways in which barriers between the criminal justice, mental health, and substance use systems can be reduced and to begin development of integrated local plans.

Download the Sequential Intercept Mapping workshop solicitation

This year’s solicitation targets communities interested in focusing specifically on Intercepts 4 (Reentry) and 5 (Community Corrections) of the Sequential Intercept Model Applications should emphasize gaps and opportunities at these intercepts. Additionally, workshop participants are expected to be drawn, in large part, from agencies with responsibilities at these intercepts. Administrators from jails, state correctional agencies, community corrections, behavioral health treatment provider agencies and organizations, housing authorities, Social Security, and Medicaid are essential participants in the workshop.

SAMHSA’s GAINS Center will offer this workshop free of charge in selected communities between January and August 2018. There are no fees for registration, tuition, or materials associated with these workshops. The GAINS Center will pay all costs associated with pre- and post-workshop coordination, conference calls, and facilitator time and travel.

To apply for a 2018 SIM workshop, please download the solicitation and submit a completed application form no later than November 10, 2017.





SAMHSA's GAINS Center for Behavioral Health and Justice Transformation is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

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