If the framework for thinking about services for the justice-involved consumer population is increasing value, the question is – what is the predominant measure of performance? If you ask that question about value in the health care system, the predominant measure is decreasing hospital admission and emergency room use – which is possible with better care coordination and health status. In the corrections system, the analogy is most likely the reduction in recidivism rates – a key indicator if system resources are aligned for consumer success. As we look at recidivism reduction programs that are emerging, one model worth learning more about . . .