Our Behavioral Health Justice Involved Program provides comprehensive supports for individuals who are incarcerated, detained and/or receiving parole or probation supervision in the community. Our trained staff follow a re-entry model and communicate daily with individuals for the first month of enrollment, then continue to work with individuals as needed.
What We Offer
- On-call support
- Pre-release engagement and screenings
- Individualized treatment and transition plans
- Evidence-based interventions to address recidivate risk needs
- Service coordination with criminal justice entities and agencies
- Comprehensive mental health and substance use disorder evaluation and treatment recommendations
- Supported referrals and access to behavioral health treatment providers throughout the continuum of care
- Assistance obtaining basic needs – food, shelter, clothing, toiletries
- Assistance accessing clinically appropriate level of behavioral health care
- Assistance finding and securing housing, primary healthcare, employment, and vocational training
- Assistance applying for residential treatment
Adults with MassHealth, who are justice-involved and diagnosed with mental health, substance use, or co-occurring disorders are eligible. We welcome referrals from probation, parole, the DOC, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office, and Worcester County Sheriff’s Office. Individuals may also self-refer.
Reentry Navigator Manager