In September, Policy Research hosted IMPACT Network Pre-Conference Meeting for involved Safety and Justice Challenge (SJC) Network sites in Atlanta, Georgia. During this event, hundreds of participants from 57 SJC Network sites across the country gathered to engage with panels, presentations, and workshops to improve their behavioral health strategies, reduce jail incarceration, and eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in local justice systems.

Throughout the meeting, presenters discussed topics including trauma, peer services, correctional facility care, 988, and more. Policy Research also facilitated a speed TA session with 10 other SJC partner organizations. Throughout the meeting, Policy Research provided answered questions from participants about technical assistance, training, research, and policy evaluation services related to improving public health and safety outcomes for individuals with behavioral health needs.

These graphic recordings were created to capture the key takeaways from these events. 508-compliant versions of these graphics will be made upon request.

First shared in 2022.

(Network TA: JPEG, 496KB)

(Speed TA: JPEG, 437KB)