Technical Assistance Opportunity: State Reentry Learning Collaborative

Correctional Supervision: Prisons and Jails
Health Policy
Mental Health
Substance Use Treatment
Application Deadline: April 26, 2024, 8:00 pm Eastern

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The federal government has begun making historic changes to the Medicaid program, including allowing states for the first time to provide Medicaid coverage for adults for non-emergency services prior to release through Medicaid waivers. The National Academy for State Health Policy and The Health and Reentry Project, with support from Arnold Ventures, will convene a State Reentry Learning Collaborative available to up to five states with a pending or approved section 1115 demonstration waiver request that includes demonstrations to improve care transitions for incarcerated individuals exiting public institutions. The goal of the learning collaborative is to support states with strategies to improve outcomes for people navigating transitions from incarceration to the community. States selected for the 18-month State Reentry Learning Collaborative will be part of a unique opportunity to receive timely, targeted technical assistance from national experts and engage with a cohort of states leading the way in this groundbreaking work.