Practices that show evidence of effectiveness in improving public health outcomes when implemented in multiple real-life settings, as indicated by achievement of aims consistent with the objectives of the activities.

Co-Design of Services for Health and Reentry (CO-SHARE): An Experience-Based Co-Design (EBCD) Pilot Study with Individuals Returning to Community from Jail and Service Providers in Los Angeles County

RAND Corporation

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Case Study

Outreach/ Education/ Communications
Policy Change/ Development
Social and Community Context
Tools Included
Outside U.S.

Mitigation and Prevention

The CO-SHARE (Co-Design of Services for Health and Reentry) study aimed to identify the health and reentry needs of those recently released from jail with specific input from those released from jail and service providers serving this population. The focus areas were: the prerelease process, one-stop service hubs, housing, and long-term support. Detailed recommendations were given, but the study primarily assesses the effectiveness of the EBCD (Experience-Based Co-Design) method in connecting community members and providers to create solutions.

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Outcomes of Interest

Advancing Racial Equity, Capacity Building, Improve Organizational Infrastructure, Partnership Building, Reduction of Health Disparities

Priority Population(s)

People Who Are Incarcerated

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Geographic Area of Implementation

Implementation Period