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David’s Hope is a 501c3 nonprofit organization created in 2009. Reducing incarceration and promoting treatment for those with mental illness and addictions in Arizona and across the nation is our vision. In order to accomplish our work, it is important that both mental health and criminal justice entities collaborate together. A program of David’s Hope which is bringing about this much needed change is the Arizona Mental Health Criminal Justice Coalition.
The mission of David’s Hope is to reduce the numbers of those with mental disorders and addictions who are incarcerated through Prevention, Intervention and Treatment.
David’s Hope promotes and secures treatment for those with mental health disorders and addictions through increasing collaboration between our mental health and criminal justice systems.
Evidence based practices have shown us that diverting those with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders away from the criminal justice system and into comprehensive community-based treatment and support services will improve public safety and save tax payer dollars.
David’s Hope provides education and mentoring, teaching people how to advocate for themselves and others. We work collaboratively in the community to share information, training and resources.
Through education and mentoring we hope to create understanding in the community of the issues facing those living with mental illness involved in the criminal justice system.
Come Join Us…
David’s Hope – Arizona Mental Health Criminal Justice Coalition meets on a regular basis at various locations around our state. As a totally volunteer run organization, our manpower and funding require us to ask for help from you our partners, to help us in building a strong coalition throughout Arizona. David’s Hope works to support people with psychiatric disabilities at risk of becoming or already involved in our criminal justice system.
If you or your organization would like to help us organize a meeting in your region, we want to hear from you. Coalition meeting notices are sent out regularly through our partner email list. If you do not already receive our partner communications or would like to inquire about the possibility of holding a coalition meeting in your town, send a request to Mary Lou Brncik at firstname.lastname@example.org .
David’s Hope leads the Arizona Mental Health Criminal Justice Coalition and invites you to become a partner of the coalition. Our coalition members are invited to participate at any of the junctures where mental health and criminal justice intersect. Conference call in is available for our coalition work group. We invite you to join with us as we work to protect human rights for those with mental disabilities in our criminal justice system.
Honoring Law Enforcement
Every year David’s Hope honors law enforcement officers for exemplary service and leadership in responding to individuals in mental health crisis. Judicial officers and community members are also recognized for outstanding service in building mental health criminal justice collaboration. We are currently accepting nominations for outstanding service and leadership by law enforcement officers in responding to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Nominations are accepted year round. Included here is the nomination form which we invite you to submit, in order that your nominee be considered for recognition. Either pdf or word can be used for your convenience.