Webinar recording

Building ecosystems of care with justice-involved populations

Strengthening ecosystems of care

People who have interacted with the criminal legal system, from arrest and pretrial, to trial and confinement, to release, probation, and parole, face numerous barriers that impede their ability to access resources to support their health and well-being. In order to meet the needs of justice-involved people, two communities – one in York, PA and one in Spartanburg, SC – worked to build ecosystems of care.

This webinar discussed the lessons that these two communities learned in the process of building and strengthening their ecosystems of care, including through partnerships with behavioral health, incorporating community voice, and building organizational relationships. It also provided an overview of what the Camden Coalition’s National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs is doing to build ecosystems around the country.