Yakima County has conducted three systems maps, in partnership with Policy Research Associates (PRA), for the purpose of determining the immediate and achievable behavioral health needs within three of the primary systems of interest within Yakima County: the Criminal Justice System, the Homeless Response System, and the Youth System of Care.
The Criminal Justice Sequential Intercept Map (CJ SIM) explores how individuals become involved with and flow through the criminal justice system.
Yakima County published a Criminal Justice Sequential Intercept Map in 2022, based on workshops lead at the end of 2021.
Yakima County Criminal Justice Sequential Intercept Mapping Report (2022)
Yakima County Criminal Justice Sequential Intercept Map (2022)
Yakima County previously published a Criminal Justice SIM Report in 2017, as part of an effort through the Safety and Justice Challenge.
Yakima County Criminal Justice Sequential Intercept Mapping Report (2017)
The Homeless Response System Map (HRSM) focuses on identifying and developing community-based responses to homelessness.
The Critical Intervention Map for Youth (CIM) focuses on supporting and making connections, considering all systems and institutions that serve youth.