Improving Behavioral Health Outcomes During Incarceration

Men sitting in a circle. You see the back of a white man's head in the foreground.

Persons with behavioral health conditions all too often are arrested or incarcerated as a direct or indirect result of un- or undertreated behavioral health conditions. The Wilson Center seeks to identify and evaluate promising interventions to improve functioning during incarceration, reduce the risk of re-arrest, and enhance community re-integration.

Selected Publications