University and Public Behavioral Health Organization Collaboration

  • Kirk Heilbrun H. Jean Wright, II Christy Giallella
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Public behavioral health organizations serving those involved in the criminal justice system, such as problem-solving courts, correctional facilities, and parole or probation, often lack the necessary resources for long-standing effective treatment, and may struggle to keep up with research standards and retaining funding. To overcome these hurdles, many organizations have turned to university-led collaborations. University and Public Behavioral Health Organization Collaboration in Justice Contexts begins by introducing the relevant purpose and definitions of such partnerships. Each of the nine contributed chapters that follow features a particular collaboration between a university and a public behavioral health organization. Chapters are structured around a description of the collaboration's purposes, beginning, leadership, who is served, services, operations, effectiveness measurement, and financial arrangements. The descriptions provided of each project are then aggregated into a larger model for success which is detailed in the final chapter, along with a distillation of lessons learned in building, operating, and sustaining a successful collaboration. These lessons are grouped into specific categories: planning, working together, training, consultation, financial considerations, personnel, and research. By considering these nine exemplary projects and what they can teach us about such collaborations, this book constitutes an essential guide for those looking to establish comparable partnerships between universities and public behavioral health organizations in a criminal justice context.
Chapter 1: Introduction Kirk Heilbrun, H. Jean Wright II, Christy Giallella, David DeMatteo, Kelley Durham, and Claire Lankford Chapter 2: The University of Virginia's Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy Richard J. Bonnie, Daniel C. Murrie, and Heather Zelle Chapter 3: The Designated Forensic Professional Program in Massachusetts Ira K. Packer and Thomas Grisso Chapter 4: Establishing a Forensic Training Clinic Mary Alice Conroy Chapter 5: Ohio's Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence Mark R. Munetz, Natalie Bonfine, Ruth H. Simera, and Christopher Nicastro Chapter 6: University of California, Davis Forensic Psychiatry and California Department of State Hospitals Collaboration: Achieving Mutual Respect and Harmony Charles Scott, Barbara McDermott, and Katherine Warburton Chapter 7: Successful Development of Threat Assessment and Management Programming Within a Midwestern University Mario J. Scalora and Rosa Vinas Racionero Chapter 8: Using an Academic-Practice Partnership to Develop and Implement an Empirically Informed Approach to Juvenile Probation Case Management in Philadelphia Naomi E. Goldstein, Jeanne McPhee, Elizabeth Gale-Bentz, and Rena Kreimer Chapter 9: University-Public Behavioral Health Collaboration: The Florida Mental Health Institute Kathleen Moore, Joshua T. Barnett, Annette Christy, Marie McPherson, and Melissa Carlson Chapter 10: The Development of the Centre for Forensic Behavioral Science: A Collaboration between Forensicare and Swinburne University of Technology James R. P. Ogloff Chapter 11: Collaboration Between Universities and Public Behavioral Health Organizations: Analysis and Discussion Kirk Heilbrun, Christy Giallella, H. Jean Wright II, David DeMatteo, Patricia Griffin, Benjamin Locklair, David Ayers, Alisha Desai, and Victoria Pietruszka
This unique book describes numerous ways that the agencies that provide services to the public take full advantage of the empirical and intellectual resources of universities. Written by those who developed and implemented these types of collaborations, it should both inspire and improve future synergies between the academy and government." * Christopher Slobogin, Milton Underwood Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University * Kirk Heilbrun and colleagues here share hard-earned lessons on how to generate and sustain productive alliances between behavioral health researchers and criminal justice practitioners. The book's coverage is remarkably broad and its analyses uniformly trenchant." * John Monahan, PhD, Shannon Distinguished Professor of Law and Psychology, University of Virginia *
Uitgavejaar 2021
ISBN 9780190052850
Verschijningsdatum 21 apr. 2021
Omvang 232
Auteur(s) Kirk Heilbrun H. Jean Wright, II Christy Giallella
Bindwijze Paperback
Taal Engels
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