Construction of the Criminal Justice Center campus remains on schedule with 400-450 folks working onsite each day. Shiel Sexton continues to monitor the daily routine and insures the COVID-19 procedures are followed. One part of the CJC campus buildout is the 37,000 sf Assessment and Intervention Center. The Center works closely with community partners to coordinate a successful transition to permanent supportive housing and/or placement into clinical or outpatient treatment for long-term rehabilitation. The Center provides shelter, case management, basic physical and mental health assessments, and housing referrals to individuals at risk for homelessness, incarceration, substance abuse, or mental illness.
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