State Grantee Name AZ AZ CA Pima County Maricopa County Program Name AI/ET Initiative Program Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (F-‐ ACT) Contra Costa County Contra Costa Juvenile County Behavioral Health Court Pilot Project Adult/Juvenile Adult Adult Juvenile Grant Category Expansion Planning & Implementation Planning & Implementation Jurisdiction Type Suburban, Urban Mental Health Entity Community Partnership of Southern Arizona Criminal Justice Entity Program Description Point of Contact Pima County Through the Alternative to Incarceration/Expedited Treatment Initiative (AI/ET), started in 2006, individuals with a behavioral health history who could be released at their initial court appearance are identified at intake. Pima County proposes to expand AI/ET by employing two strategies: 1) add two part-‐ time Forensic Peer Specialists (1 FTE) to the CPSA Criminal Justice Team to be stationed at PCADC to cover the remaining initial court appearances, to aid in gathering collateral information of CPSA-‐enrolled arrestees, and to expedite re-‐engagement of these individuals with community treatment services; and 2) Provide transportation for persons diverted after initial court appearances as required. Pat Benchik Urban 2010 JMHCP Grantee: GOAL 1: Elevate the knowledge, skills, and abilities of probation officers, detention officers, correctional health staff, court and judicial staff, and comprehensive community-‐based behavioral health services and case management staff, in the effective supervision and treatment of female offenders with serious mental illness and/or co-‐occurring disorders. GOAL 2: Develop and People of Color Maricopa County implement a program of treatment and support services that targets justice-‐involved Norma Brasda Network Adult Probation women with serious mental illness and/or co-‐occurring disorders that is gender specific, trauma informed, and criminogenic responsive. GOAL 3: Enhance the quality, impact, and reach of interagency collaboration among and between those agencies engaged in the arrest, confinement, adjudication, supervision, treatment, and support of women with psychiatric impairments in general and women with SMI/co-‐occurring disorders in particular. Urban To address these needs, CCC proposes a pilot Juvenile Behavioral Health Court (JBHC). The JBHC will provide mental health, co-‐occurring disorder and criminogenic screening, including specific screening for trauma; intensive mental health case management and probation supervision; wraparound services; trauma treatment (with special emphasis on identifying and treating girls who have been sexually Contra Costa Numerous Youth exploited); mental health advocacy and treatment; and efficient use of existing County Probation Paula Hernandez Services Providers county services. The system will provide: 1) expanded access to early screening, Department diagnosis and treatment, comprehensive and evidence-‐based services and integrated treatment of mental illness and substance use disorders; 2) pre-‐trial diversion and linkage to comprehensive services; and 3) expanded supportive services to sustain recovery, such as family partner(s), education, supportive housing, vocational training, etc.