CBHJ launches new research listing, making over one hundred research products more accessible
The Wayne State University School of Social Work Center for Behavioral Health and Justice (CBHJ) has launched a new interactive research page, where users can explore the full library of publicly available CBHJ research products across all initiatives. The growing library includes over 100 research products, dating back as far as 2012. As new research is published, it will appear at the top of the list.
“This new page is designed to make our large library of research products more accessible to our community partners and the public,” said Sheryl Kubiak, director of the Center for Behavioral Health and Justice and dean of the School of Social Work. “We want to make it as easy as possible for our research to contribute to evidence based practice.”
The listing allows users to select the type of research products they would like to see, including academic publications, reports, policy briefs, resources, videos, animations, toolkits, and more. Users can also select to view by initiative and explore research materials focused on jail diversion, opioid treatment ecosystems, re-entry, juvenile justice, crisis response, and the Wayne County jail/mental health initiative.
Visit the research page and explore the full library of CBHJ research products here.
About the Center for Behavioral Health and Justice: The Wayne State University School of Social Work Center for Behavioral Health and Justice envisions communities in which research, data, and best practices are used by multiple stakeholders to enhance the optimal well-being of individuals with mental illness and/or substance use disorders who come into contact with the criminal/legal system. Learn more