The Center for Health and Justice (CHJ) offers practical, results-driven strategies to reduce recidivism by addressing addiction and mental illness among criminal justice populations.
In partnership with researchers and program experts from across the country, we provide consultation, training, and public policy solutions that improve community health, reduce rearrest, and save money. We have a solid track record of developing data-driven strategies and results for local, state, federal, and international bodies.
We are committed to fair, practical, and evidence-based strategies that balance treatment with accountability, public health with public safety, and investments with results.
Established in 2006, and grounded in four decades of direct criminal justice experience at TASC, the Center for Health and Justice is a leader in state and national criminal justice and behavioral health policy.