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Co-Location of Services

Service co-location eases the burden of seeking and providing mental health treatment for detained individuals. Even for individuals released on their own recognizance, service co-location provides an answer to transportation and resource barriers that mental health-involved individuals often experience. Service co-location also increases the likelihood of participation and service retention rates, while reducing rates of failure to appear.

In areas with few or no treatment providers, remote services and treatment is increasingly becoming a good option.

Learn More About Community-Based and Telehealth Treatment