On any given day, over 100,000 individuals are involved in the criminal justice system in Colorado
This library contains comprehensive sets of research for stakeholders working with justice involved individuals. This information relates to opportunities to connect criminal justice and health systems to better serve justice involved people.
To access resources for finding health coverage or health care, visit the following:
National Association for State Health Policy
Toolkit: State Strategies to Enroll Justice-Involved Individuals in Health Care Coverage
The National Academy for State Health Policy has developed a robust toolkit that provides information on health care reform efforts with justice involved populations across the county.
Community Oriented Correctional Health Services
The Community Oriented Correctional Health Services (COCHS) website has a host of information such as white papers and research regarding the importance of health care services for justice involved people.
National Institute of Corrections (NIC)
Provides a list of “top-shelf” resources that have been hand-picked by the NIC library team including publications and webinars on topics including:
- Funding and budgets
- Health reform and public health
- Mental Health