Grants.gov Deadline: June 22, 2021, 11:59 p.m. ET
Application JustGrants Deadline: July 6, 2021, 11:59 p.m. ET
The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program supports cross-system collaboration to improve public safety responses and outcomes for individuals with mental illnesses (MI) or co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse (CMISA) who come into contact with the justice system. This program supports public safety efforts through partnerships with social services and other organizations that will enhance responses to people with MI and CMISA.
On June 15, 2021, a webinar was held to provide guidance to potential applicants to this solicitation.
Number of Awards: 25
Total Amount Awarded: $11,860,202
Alternatives to Detention - Reentry
Building Bridges for Mental Wellness
Building Financial Empowerment to Reduce Recidivism: An Effectiveness-Implementation Trial of a Money Management Intervention for Justice-Involved Individuals with Serious Mental Illness
Deploying Services: An Informed Continuity of Care Project for Veterans
Douglas County NE Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program
Durham County Mental Health Court Expansion Initiative
Enhancement and expansion of co-reponse mental health model in partnership with Providence Police Department
Franklin County Municipal Court Mental Health Court Enhancement
Hennepin County Behavioral Health and Wellness Center Expansion Project
Illinois Mental Health Task Force and AOIC Behavioral Health Initiative
Increasing access to justice through an expansion of a mental health court in Charlottesville and Albemarle counties in Virginia.
Jail Based Competency Restoration Program
Judicial Diversion and Intervention for Mental Health
Mental Health Court- serving at risk youth through collaboration with the Juvenile Justice System and Mental Health partners
Pinellas County Mental Health Court
Rhode Island Mental Health Treatment Court (RIMHTC)
Rockdale County Justice and Mental Health Partnership Project
Rockdale Sheriff's Office Mental Health Collaboration Program
Solano Mental Health Court Expansion Project
Summit County Mental Health/ Justice System Collaboration Initiative
Tarrant County Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Project (TC-JMHCP)
The 9th District Co-Occurring Court Project
The Onondaga County Justice and Mental Health Collaboration
Tulsa County Domestic Violence Diversion Initiative
Winchester-Frederick Behavioral Health Docket (a partnership between Northwestern CSB as the regional mental health services provider and the 26th Judicial District in Virginia).
Added webinar materials.