On July 1, 2016, ODH, Inc., the producer of the behavioral health technology solution Mentrics, announced it was participating in The White House Data-Driven Justice (DDJ) Initiative. The DDJ is a national effort to reduce the number of mentally ill persons in jail, help stabilize individuals and families, and better serve communities. ODH will work with DDJ local government or not-for-profit participants to implement Mentrics, a behavioral population health management solution, to help predict the risk of incarceration or recidivism for community members diagnosed with mental illness or addiction disorders who would benefit from treatment to reduce . . .