The Sequential Intercept Model was developed as a conceptual model to inform community-based responses to the involvement of people with mental and substance use disorders in the criminal justice system. It was developed over several years in the early 2000s by Mark Munetz, MD and Patricia A. Griffin, PhD, along with Henry J. Steadman, PhD, of Policy Research Associates, Inc.
Download the Sequential Intercept Model one-pager for a brief overview of the Sequential Intercept model, including key issues at each intercept, an overview of how the sequential intercept model can be used as a strategic planning tool, and a brief history and impact of the Sequential Intercept Model. This document is available for download in a handy 8.5″ by 11″ format and is 508 Compliant.
Download the Sequential Intercept Model brochure for a longer-form overview of the Sequential Intercept Model. Please note that this brochure is designed for an 11″ by 19″ tri-fold brochure and is not 508 Compliant. Interested in receiving a hard copy of the Sequential Intercept Model brochure? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you had a Sequential Intercept Model Mapping Workshop? Our Sequential Intercept Model: Next Steps microsite can help maximize the impact of your workshop by providing initial, short-term, and long-term strategies to implement your action plan, build partnerships, and more!
Interested in bringing a Sequential Intercept Mapping Workshop to your community? Download the Sequential Intercept Model Mapping Workshop training flyer and contact us at email@example.com. This 1-day workshop, with options for an additional 1/2-day strategic planning session and 2-day train-the-trainer event, is designed to tap into local expertise by bringing together key stakeholders to develop a “map” that illustrates how people with mental and substance use disorders come in contact with and flow through the local criminal justice system.