Recommendations for meeting the needs of people with complex mental health and justice needs

Many people with complex needs are unable to get the services and supports they require, which heightens their risk of negative and harmful outcomes. Most recently, the Complex Care sub-committee of the Toronto Human Services & Justice Coordinating Committee (HSJCC) identified a need for a city-wide “service resolution table."

On May 4, 2016, EENet and the Provincial HSJCC presented a webinar: "Recommendations for Meeting the Needs of People with Complex Mental Health and Justice Needs."

In this webinar, you'll learn about three distinctive models of service resolution for people with complex mental health and addictions needs involved with the criminal justice system.

Watch this webinar and see the presentation slides.

About the presenters:

  • Jaime Brown, PhD, Senior Consultant, Taylor Newberry Consulting
  • Jason Newberry, PhD, Principle Consultant, Taylor Newberry Consulting

For more information about the HSJCC, visit