MHSCPMental Health Services Continuum Program (California Department of Corrections; Sacramento, CA)
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An important factor affecting the assessment rate was the time between the date that an eligible MHSCP inmate was identified as needing post-release psychiatric services and the date that he or she was released.
This cohort was selected to examine the effects of the MHSCP transitional process after one year of implementation, while still allowing a minimum of 12 months at risk in the community.
Among eligible offenders who were identified on the offender information services list prior to release, the MHSCP process shows promising results, both with regard to increasing the likelihood of attending a parole outpatient clinic upon release as well as reducing the likelihood of being returned to custody.