With the support of the California Health Care Foundation, the Council on Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health (CCJBH) and the Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center will be hosting a webinar series focused on how key stakeholders from across the justice, behavioral health, housing, and other systems can help people successfully transition out of the justice system and into the community by connecting them with housing options that meet their needs.
The series, entitled Building Blocks for Coming Home: How California Communities Can Create Housing Opportunities for People with Complex Needs Leaving the Justice System, builds on the foundation of the CSG Justice Center’s report released earlier this year, Reducing Homelessness for People with Behavioral Health Needs Leaving Prisons and Jails: Recommendations to California’s Council on Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health.
Dates & Registration Links:
The 5-part series will take place from December to April. All webinars will be from 12:00–1:30 p.m. (PT)
|Thursday, December 9, 2021||Building Partnerships Between Housing and Criminal Justice Systems in California|
|Thursday, January 27, 2022||Defining, Screening, and Assessing for Homelessness Risk|
|Thursday, February 24, 2022||Common Practices for Connecting to and Using Housing as a Strategy for Diversion & Reentry|
|Thursday, March 31, 2022||Developing New Housing|
|Thursday, April 28, 2022||Leveraging Rental Assistance and Supportive Service Funding for People with Behavioral Health Needs Leaving Jails and Prisons|
We look forward to your participation during this exciting and informative webinar series!