Individuals with SMI who are arrested and incarcerated are also those same individuals who will likely be released. At times they may stop at a forensic hospital for issues related to competence to stand trial. Regardless, what is clear is that each of the places where they may travel may have a different view of their needs, their symptoms and diagnoses. All too often medications are stopped, re-started or changed across settings. People and supports are disconnected. And the individuals themselves may start in care but then have a high risk of non-retention in services. Continuity of care across settings is therefore something that can be a critical help for individuals who may have difficulty navigating systems and staying focused on their own recovery. This webinar will provide information about data on the risks of dropping out of care and some strategies that can be utilized to maximize continuity of care across settings.