Welcome to the Arrest Diversion Learning Exchange: a platform to resource innovation in harm reduction.

Partners

We are grateful to the following partners for their extraordinary support for arrest diversion programming and their contributions to the Diversion Hub.
Criminal Justice Initiative

Criminal Justice Initiative

The Criminal Justice Initiative (CJI) works to end mass criminalization and mass incarceration by building and strengthening the infrastructure of grassroots organizations and empowering those most impacted by the injustices of the current system to lead the movement, working in alliances across race, class, faith, gender, gender identity, sexuality, immigration status and age.

Harm Reduction Coalition

Harm Reduction Coalition

The Harm Reduction Coalition is an extensive and diverse network of allies who challenge the persistent stigma faced by people who use drugs and advocate for policy and public health reform.

Pretrial Justice Institute

Pretrial Justice Institute

The Pretrial Justice Institute (PJI) is a national organization working to advance safe, fair, and effective pretrial justice that honors and protects all people.

Community Catalyst

Community Catalyst

Community Catalyst is a national advocacy organization dedicated to advancing health justice by empowering consumers and communities to help make the health system more responsive, effective and equitable using strategies of policy analysis, strategic communications, grassroots organizing, coalition building, issue campaigns and resource development.

KATAL Center for Health, Equity, and Justice

KATAL Center for Health, Equity, and Justice

As a state-based organization and strategy hub, Katal works to strengthen the people, policies, institutions, and movements that advance health, equity, and justice for everyone.

LEAD National Support Bureau

LEAD National Support Bureau

​​Staffed by individuals who have designed, implemented, and evaluated successful police diversion programs in the field, including in Seattle's flagship LEAD program and the Albany NY LEAD program, the LEAD National Support Bureau works to support and implement core principles for sustainable, transformative police diversion practices that advance racial equity, improve participant well-being, and meet neighborhood public safety needs.

Open Society Foundations

Open Society Foundations

The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of all people. Working in every part of the world, the network of foundations place a high priority on protecting and improving the lives of people in marginalized communities.

Pathways to Housing

Pathways to Housing

Pathways to Housing DC is an organization dedicated to transforming individual lives by ending homelessness and supporting recovery for people with psychiatric disabilities and addiction through the Housing First program. Housing First is founded on principles of consumer choice and self-determination, prioritizes the provision of immediate access permanent supportive housing as a matter of right, and serves as a platform for the provision of support and treatment to pursue personal goals and improve quality of life.

The Raben Group

The Raben Group

The Raben Group is a national public affairs and strategic communications firm committed to advancing justice through progressive public policy advocacy and campaigns. We make connections, solve problems, and inspire change across the corporate, nonprofit, foundation, and government sectors.

W. Haywood Burns Institute

W. Haywood Burns Institute

The Burns Institute eliminates racial and ethnic disparity by building a community-centered response to provide alternatives to detention that are equitable and restorative. We facilitate a collaborative environment where community and system stakeholders strategically use data to reduce racial and ethnic disparities; and support capacity building of families and organizations to redirect resources to community-based interventions, thus reducing system involvement.