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This is the first annual report on the Criminal Justice, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Reinvestment Act Grant Program. The Florida Legislature enacted the program in 2007 to create initiatives focused on individuals with mental disorders who are in or at risk of entering the criminal justice and juvenile justice systems.



The 2010 annual report on the Criminal Justice, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Reinvestment Act Grant Program provides information on each grantee county. The Florida Legislature enacted the program in 2007 to create initiatives focused on individuals with mental disorders who are in or at risk of entering the criminal justice and juvenile justice systems.



The 2012 annual legislative report on the Criminal Justice, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Reinvestment Grant Program provides information on each grantee county and a summary of the the annual progress made towards the goals of the grant. The Florida Legislature enacted the program in 2007 (renewed in 2010) to create initiatives focused on individuals with mental disorders who are in or at risk of entering the criminal justice and juvenile justice systems.



The 2013 annual legislative report on the Criminal Justice, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Reinvestment Grant Program provides information on each grantee county and a summary of the the annual progress made towards the goals of the grant. The Florida Legislature enacted the program in 2007 (renewed in 2010) to create initiatives focused on individuals with mental disorders who are in or at risk of entering the criminal justice and juvenile justice systems.



The 2016 Annual Report was prepared by the Criminal Justice, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Technical Assistance Center (CJMHSA TAC), as required in Section 394.659, F.S. The CJMHSA TAC provides technical assistance to entities who receive Criminal Justice, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Reinvestment Grants from the Florida Department of Children and Families’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program Office (DCF-SAMH). The main report describes the activities and progress of the current nine county grantees: Alachua, Collier, Duval, Flagler, Hillsborough, Lake, Lee, Orange, and Seminole. The executive summary presents an overview of the progress made by the grantees in five broad areas.