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Laura and John Arnold Foundation Interventions for People Who Cycle Through Multiple Systems

  • September 25, 2017
  • October 01, 2017

Laura and John Arnold Foundation has issued a Request for Proposals for randomized controlled trials focused on testing programs to help people who repeatedly cycle through the criminal justice, healthcare, and social service systems in their communities.

In particular, LJAF is interested in projects designed to evaluate established approaches such as crisis intervention teams, assertive community treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy, short-term mental health crisis stabilization programs, and programs incorporating a "housing first" approach. The foundation also is interested in projects to assess promising new models. The proposed trials should be designed to measure outcomes such as decreases in arrest or recidivism rates; reductions in emergency room visits and hospitalizations; better health; greater housing stability; and improved economic well-being.

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