About Forensic, Re-Entry, and Diversion Services
We offer mental health and substance use services for individuals at risk of criminal justice involvement, those currently in jail, and those previously incarcerated. This includes services provided in the community, in jail, and upon re-entry to the community from jail. These resources are generally for people referred by the Courts, Probation, Public Defenders, or other criminal justice agencies; however, some programs (e.g. STAR Community Program) may be available without a referral.
More information can be found by calling the BHRS Access line at 1-888-818-1115.
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Support and Treatment After Release Program
STAR provides culturally competent, community-based services to adults who have a serious mental illness and involvement with the criminal justice system.
Behavioral Health Diversion Program
Diversion provides screening, evaluation, treatment, planning, and wraparound services individuals who have been arrested and charged with a felony and determined incompetent to stand trial.
Assisted Outpatient Treatment
AOT provides services and supports for individuals who are experiencing severe and persistent mental illness and could benefit from treatment.
Jail Mental Health
Jail Mental Health Team provides consultation, evaluation, reentry planning, and placement services for mentally disordered offenders at the County Jail.