NGA releases policy brief on State collaboration to address SUD in justice-involved populations

The National Governors Association (NGA) recently released a policy brief, “Lessons Learned in State Collaboration to Address Substance Use Disorder and Justice-Involved Individuals," in which senior officials from single state agencies (SSAs) and state administering agencies (SAAs) in three States shared their successes, lessons learned, and challenges in addressing substance use disorders (SUD) within justice-involved population. The policy brief highlights lessons learned from collaborative efforts, challenges in facilitating coordination, best practices among current approaches, and considerations for States and territories.

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