Local Programs Database
Search our online database of collaborative criminal justice/mental health programs from across the country (formerly known as the Criminal Justice/Mental Health Information Network, or InfoNet). You can look for programs by state, issue area, or keyword, and program administrators can register and submit a profile of their program by completing a short online survey.
The database is a resource for policymakers, practitioners, program planners and administrators, and others working to improve the response to people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. It is a platform for sharing expertise about program design and implementation and networking with colleagues.
Profiles in this database are created from surveys submitted by program administrators and were not verified by Justice Center staff. The Justice Center does not promote or endorse any of these programs as "best practices."
Create a Profile
Log in to add a description of your criminal justice / mental health program to the database, or to update your existing program profile.
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