Close Men's Central Jail & Divert People with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders


County Spending Category
1.3 Care First, Jails Last
Federal Expenditure Category
Other Public Health Services
Project Launch Date
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Project Description

Project Activities currently include the following elements for a total of $41.2M: - ODR Maternal Health: $6M over 2 years (provides interim housing, intensive case management services, employment and educational training, and rapid re-housing rental subsidy support to move women and children to permanent and stable housing and independence and self-sufficiency [confirmed]. - Poverty Alleviation: $2.96M over 2-3 years to support a partnership with the Anti-Poverty Initiative on a Guaranteed Income program for a subset of detained individuals released on pretrial status to determine the short and long-term impacts of the program on criminal justice involvement and other social and behavioral determinants of health [in development]. - Reentry Intensive Case Management Services (RICMs) gap funding for FY22-23 as a funder of last resort: $5M for 1 year to provide one-year of bridge funding for RICMs to maintain the provider network as funding transitions from Whole Person Care to the new managed care Medi-Cal waiver and CalAIM [confirmed]. - ODR Interim Housing to sustain 76 beds: $5.9M over 2 years to provide funding for 76 beds in the ODR interim housing portfolio without a dedicated funding stream, while long-term funding can be explored and as not to lose any interim housing from the ODR housing portfolio [confirmed]. - Expansion of ODR interim housing beds (approximately 40 beds): $2.9M over 2 years to expand the ODR interim housing portfolio to a total of 116 beds with this expansion [confirmed]. - Innovation Grants: $1.25M one-time at $250K per Board Office to develop mini-grants for each board office to solicit invested stakeholders, CBOs, and County departments on innovative ideas/programs to advance jail decarceration and system of care investments [in development]. - SAPC Community Treatment for approx 850 encounters: $8.46M over 2 years to provide an array of SUD services ranging from crisis residential to outpatient treatment to those transitioning from the jail in need of SUD services [confirmed]. - FOTEP Women’s reentry program $3.5M over two years: provides employment, case management and interim housing support for women transitioning from jail [in development]. - HFH Metro interim housing beds $5.25M over two years: provides interim housing, intensive services case management, and linkage to services for reentry clients. [in development] Additional details about project activities for the projects listed above and any additional projects supported by this funding will be included in status reports to ATI.

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