CSG Justice Center’s curriculum for developing a mental health court: The Justice Center of the Council of State Governments (CSG) has released a free online multimedia curriculum for individuals and teams interested in starting a new mental health court or retooling programs already in operation. Individuals joining existing programs will also find it helpful. “Developing a Mental Health Court: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum” was created by the CSG Justice Center with the support of the Bureau of Justice Assistance. It provides information that teams need to translate current research and best practices from the field into program design and operation. Its multimedia content includes interviews with researchers, judges, court managers, program coordinators, treatment providers, probation officers, and other experts. A video follows a real mental health court team through common situations. The curriculum is designed for use by a variety of practitioners, including judges; probation, pretrial, and law enforcement officers; prosecutors and defense attorneys; court managers; state judicial educators; mental health and substance use treatment providers and administrators; and case managers. Organized into freestanding modules, it can be customized for users’ specific learning needs and time considerations. Although the full curriculum is designed to take about 32 hours, groups can also use portions of the curriculum to complement existing knowledge. Extensive resources are also available on the Web site to help users make the most of the curriculum and to guide training coordinators and facilitators. The curriculum is available on the Justice Center’s Web site at learning.justicecenter.csg.org.