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Learn about our System Mappings & Workshops


Systems are complex and nuanced. We understand that.

The Systems Mapping Center offers collaborative cross-systems mapping events. They produce data-driven systems change using a public health model.
Our experienced facilitators will help your group create a map of your system. This map will help you identify resources and generate solutions for positive social change. Our mappings aim to make your system more comprehensive and responsive to the needs of individuals served. No system is too large or too small for our facilitators. We’ve mapped everything, from frontier communities to America’s most populous cities. Our models can be applied to any community, whether it’s a small one like Scottsbluff, Nebraska, or a large one like Miami-Dade, Florida.

An individual stakeholder might not be aware of how their work fits into the broader system. Similarly, an agency may not be able to see overlaps or gaps in services. A systems mapping event brings together people from all parts of the system to work together. The Systems Mapping Center’s facilitators allow communities to examine local issues comprehensively. Through this, communities identify service duplication and resource limitations and set priorities for change.

We customize the application of our mapping models to fit the needs of your community or jurisdiction. This could mean focusing on specific parts of a model (e.g., Intercepts 0–2 of the Sequential Intercept Model, focusing on front-end diversion) or specific groups within the model (e.g., justice-involved adults older than 55).

View Our Systems Mapping Offerings

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Sequential Intercept Model Mapping Workshops

This mapping addresses community-based responses to the involvement, or risk of involvement, of people with behavioral health needs in the criminal justice system.

Homeless Response Systems Mapping
Homeless Response Systems Mapping

This mapping identifies community-based responses to homelessness through targeted steps at critical intersections.