The Community Justice Support Program (CJSP)’s goals are to promote collaboration amongst the client, multiple system partners, and the community; Increase access to mental health services for individuals who experience serious mental illness and who are justice involved with goals to improve mental health and overall wellness, while reducing and/or eliminating criminogenic behaviors. Other goals include; Reducing jail recidivism, time in custody, and overall justice involvement; Improve care coordination across multiple systems (Jail Psychiatric Services, BHS, Probation, Courts, GMC, APS/CPS etc.); Improve access to housing supports, medication support, mental health, and substance use disorder treatment services.; Improve client experience in achieving and maintaining wellness.
The Community Justice Support Program is funded through: Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Behavioral Heath Services and through Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act.
“Prevention works. Treatment is effective. People recover!“
The Community Justice Support Program is a Full Service Partnership (FSP) using a Multi System Team (MST) model to promote interagency and community collaboration to mental health services to Justice Involved individuals experiencing Serious Mental Illness.
The Team members will include:
(Public Defender, Probation, Behavioral Health Providers,
Substance Use Prevention and Treatment Providers, etc..)
(Immediate family, extended family, neighbors, faith-based connections, landlords etc..)
Peer support services
Intensive case coordination
Support with benefits acquisition
Skill Building sessions
Hours of operations
Community Justice Support Program provides extended hours of operations:
Monday– Friday 7am-9pm
Crisis Support 24/7/365
Wellness Center Open to all CJSP clients at:
4433 Florin Road
Sacramento, CA 95823
Ph: (916) 234-2577 | Fx: (916) 236-2577
After hours psychiatric providers available.