INTERVENTION SERVICES (in addition to Prevention and Suppression Efforts)): GRID seeks to create and support a network of partner agencies that can provide effective case management intervention strategies to high-risk gang members and their families. -Employment and Education Opportunities: Provide access to job training and placement and access to educational opportunities for gang members. -Evidence-Based Case Management Practices: Ensure supervision and case management services are consistent with evidence-based practices in the corrections field. -Mental Health: Ensure access to appropriate mental health services for both juveniles and adults affiliated with gangs.
-Offender Notification Meetings: Gang member notification regarding the availability of services and consequences of partaking in violent activity. -Outreach Mentoring/Advocacy: Provide individual and family mentoring and advocacy to gang members and families through the work of outreach workers. -Re-entry Programs: Address the needs and challenges associated with re-the entry process for gang members returning to the community. -Hospital-Based Intervention: Gang intervention for individuals admitted for injuries related to suspected gang activity. -Training: Provide training for partner agencies on gang structures and dynamics, gang intervention and prevention, and associated strategies and programs. -Coordinated Case Management: Ensure there is a system in place for coordinated and comprehensive intervention and case management services to gang-affiliated youth, adults, and family members.