On June 7, 2022, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) released two funding opportunities to award a total of more than $6.7 million for community-based provider organizations to help individuals with serious mental illness (SMI) involved with the criminal justice system. The goal is to address care gaps for those who are incarcerated and to provide services to divert others from further involvement with the criminal justice system. More than 60% of individuals in the NC jail system have a behavioral health condition and of those, more than 80% do not receive treatment for . . .
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