We recognize and have experienced a serious gap in services for those with co-occuring conditions of mental health and substance disorders. These service gaps result in the increased risks of incarceration, homelessness and death. They create extreme stress on families and friends. There is hope through our advocacy.
We advocate through public policy. We work with community leaders as well as local and state legislators to advocate for those among us with co-occuring conditions of mental health and substance use disorders. More information here.
We work together for better treatment of those among us with co-occuring conditions of mental and substance use disorders in our jail. More information here.
We work to create fundamental change in county policies and practices that contribute to the neglect, abuse, and criminalization of persons with mental health and substance use disorders. More information here.