Jail-based interventions include programs and health care services that provide medical and behavioral health services to people in jail who need treatment.
Jails and Reentry
Interventions in jails and for individuals reentering the community include services that can help them address their mental or substance use disorders during and after incarceration. Jail-based programming and health care services can provide medical and behavioral health services to detained people who need treatment. Reentry services can involve transition planning and support for people with mental and substance use disorders returning to the community after incarceration in jail or prison. All intervention ensures people have workable plans to provide seamless access to medication, treatment, housing, health care coverage, and services from the jail to release and throughout their reentry.