Justice Related Services
Second chances are possible
Serving Montgomery County
For individuals with a severe mental health
diagnosis and interaction with the forensic system
Here to Help
Leaving jail and returning to the community can be exciting and overwhelming.
At Justice Related Services, our case managers work tirelessly to help adults with serious mental illness navigate the forensic system.
JRS is your advocate, when all other bridges have been burned. Our case managers and peer specialists meet you where you are, whether currently incarcerated or navigating re-entry.
We believe recovery in mental health is real. We believe successful reintegration into the community is achievable.
We practice a person-centered approach of support and encourage you to use your own strengths in achieving success and independence.
In 2021, JRS was able to guide 85 individuals out of incarceration into the community with re-entry plans.
JRS also diverted 35 individuals from jail and instead they were able to receive the mental health treatment they needed.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I qualify for JRS case management services?
JRS is voluntary. You must agree to participate in accordance with the JRS program. You must be:
- 18 years or older
- A resident of Montgomery county
- Have an active pending criminal court case or on probation
- Have a Severe Mental Illness diagnosis
What are the accepted diagnosis for JRS case management services?
- Bipolar disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Major Depressive disorder
- Psychosis diagnosis
Who can complete the referral?
What do I do after I send the referral?
What can JRS help me with?
How do I pay for JRS?
Our services are no cost to you.