Camden RESET helps patients improve their wellbeing by gaining the skills and support they need to avoid arrests and preventable hospital admissions.
Camden RESET (Re-Entering Society with Effective Tools) is a pilot program which aims to discover and address the root causes of hospital use, arrests, and jail stays among Camden residents who have experienced extensive hospital and jail utilization.
Camden RESET builds upon insights from Camden ARISE, which linked arrest data with hospital and ER data and identified a small number of individuals with significant criminal justice and hospital involvement. Camden ARISE data revealed key risk factors for over-utilization, including housing instability, substance abuse, mental health, and other health and social needs.
Camden RESET is a collaboration with the Camden County Re-Entry Committee. The program is funded and supported by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation.