SAMHSA'S GAINS center invites communities to apply for sequential intercept model mapping workshops
SAMHSA’s GAINS Center is currently soliciting applications from communities interested in Sequential Intercept Model (SIM) Mapping Workshops. SIM Mapping Workshops are designed to bring together a local, cross-system, multidisciplinary group of key stakeholders from a particular jurisdiction (typically a county) to facilitate collaboration and to identify and discuss ways in which barriers between the criminal justice and behavioral systems can be reduced through the development of integrated local strategic action plans. SIM Mapping Workshop participants are expected to be drawn, in large part, from local criminal justice and behavioral health agencies and organizations.
Option 1: Traditional SIM mapping workshops
Option 2: SIM mapping workshops to develop comprehensive, community-wide strategic plans for addressing opioid and other substance use
APPLICATION DUE DATE: NOVEMBER 10, 2022