Jun

9

Learning Communities Conversations: Process Measures at the Interface of the Justice and Behavioral Health Systems

In this discussion CSG Justice Center Staff and Dr. Faye Taxman of George Mason University’s Center for Advancing Correctional Education describe the shared principles and process measures that can help coordinate service delivery across the justice and behavioral health systems. The interface process measures are detailed in Process Measures at the Interface Between the Justice System and Behavioral Health: Advancing Practice and Outcomes.

Stream the conversation here, or click the arrow to download the mp3 to your listening device.

Past Event
June 9, 2017, 8:00 am

In this discussion CSG Justice Center Staff and Dr. Faye Taxman of George Mason University’s Center for Advancing Correctional Education describe the shared principles and process measures that can help coordinate service delivery across the justice and behavioral health systems. The interface process measures are detailed in Process Measures at the Interface Between the Justice System and Behavioral Health: Advancing Practice and Outcomes.

Stream the conversation here, or click the arrow to download the mp3 to your listening device.


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