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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.


CA

CA

San  Francisco

Los  Angeles

Housing  and   Employment   for  Recovery   Outcomes   (HERO)

Veterans'   Alternative   Legal  Options   and  Resources   (VALOR)

Adult

Adult

Planning  &   Implementation

Planning  &   Implementation

Urban

Urban

Citywide  Case   Management   Forensics

The  Housing  and  Employment  for  Recovery  Outcomes  (HERO)  program,  for  which  the   San  Francisco  Superior  Court  is  requesting  funding,  seeks  to  address  both  challenges   by  maximizing  existing  resources,  improving  treatment  and  service  coordination,  and   promoting  community  re-­‐integration  for  adults  with  serious  mental  illness.  Through   this  new  and  more  efficient  approach,  the  HERO  program  will  provide  integrated   supportive  housing  and  employment  to  groups  of  13  BHC  clients  at  a  time  over  six   month  intervals.  Supported  employment  services  will  commence  in  jail  and  continue   on-­‐site  for  the  duration  of  the  client’s  stay  in  transitional  housing.  Locating   permanent  housing  and  facilitating  long-­‐term  self-­‐  sufficiency  are  primary  goals  of   San  Francisco   the  HERO  program.  The  HERO  program  will  focus  specifically  on  Reentry,  Intercept  4   Superior  Court  -­‐   of  the  Sequential  Intercept  Model.  Under  the  umbrella  of  BHC,  each  HERO   Lisa  Lightman Behavioral  Health   participant  will  develop  an  extensive  in  custody  treatment  plan  including  mental   Court health  treatment,  housing,  employment  goals,  and  other  community  supports.  The   participant  will  receive  employment  services  in  custody  through  the  Public   Defender’s  Employment  Specialist  and  will  transition  to  the  Supported  Employment   team  at  Citywide  (CWCMF)  once  out  of  custody.  By  merging  two  evidence-­‐based   practices,  Supportive  Housing  and  Supported  Employment,  the  HERO  program  will   also  span:  Intercept  3  (Jails  and  Court)  as  each  participant  will  be  monitored  by  BHC;   Intercept  4  (Reentry  from  Jails)  as  previously  stated;  and  Intercept  5  (Community   Support  Services)  through  dedicated  Probation  Officers  assigned  to  monitor  HERO   probationers.  By  providing  continuity  of  care  in  regards  to  housing  and  employment,   the  HERO  program  addresses  a  gap  that  will  likely  improve  outcomes.

With  federal  funding,  the  LACA  proposes,  in  conjunction  with  New  Directions,  Inc.   and  USC’s  Center  for  Innovation  and  Research  on  Military  and  their  Families  (“USC”),   to  launch  Operation  VALOR  (Veterans’  Alternative  Legal  Options  and  Resources)  to   meet  the  needs  of  homeless  veterans  coming  into  contact  with  the  criminal  justice   system  for  nonviolent  offenses.      Together  with  New  Directions  and  USC,  Operation   VALOR  will  develop  new  protocols  and  procedures  for  justice  involved  veterans  and   identify  data  collection  and  information  sharing  tools  to  ensure  the  most  effective   use  of  resources.    The  partnership  will  also  review  and  select  appropriate  screening   New  Directions,   Los  Angeles  City   and  assessment  tools.    Thereafter,  eligible  Operation  VALOR  veterans  will  undergo   Janette  Flintoft Inc Attorney's  Office screenings  and  receive  individual  referral  plans  to  partner  service  agencies  to  divert   them  onto  a  path  away  from  criminogenic  risk  factors  and  the  criminal  justice   system.    Each  matter  will  be  coordinated  by  an  Operation  VALOR  Deputy  City   Attorney  and  case  managed  by  New  Directions.    USC  will  provide  data  collection  and   the  program  performance  evaluation.Operation  VALOR  will  integrate  the  Sequential   Intercept  Model  to  catch  homeless  veterans  through  different  points  of  contact  with   an  emphasis  on  Intercept  1  (law  enforcement)  and  Intercept  2  (initial   detention/initial  court  hearings).


CO

FL

FL

Boulder   County

Palm  Beach   County

Lake  County

IMPACT

Delinquency   Drug  Court

Forensic   Commnunity   Service  Team

Juvenile

Juvenile

Adult

Expansion

Urban

Boulder  County  IMPACT,  a  collaborative  partnership  of  10  public  agencies,  will   expand  its  assessment  and  case  planning  services  to  assure  that  non-­‐violent  juvenile   offenders  get  appropriate,  targeted,  and  immediate  evidence-­‐based  services  for   mental  health,  substance  abuse,  and  other  criminogenic  needs.  The  Enhanced   20th  Judicial   Assessment  and  Services  Initiative  will  enable  the  Boulder  County  IMPACT   Mental  Health   District  Probation   partnership  to  provide  valid,  evidence-­‐based  assessments  for  approximately  600   Partners Dept juvenile  offenders  each  year  upon  entry  into  the  juvenile  justice  system.  Grant   dollars  will  cover  1  FTE  and  contract  services  for  training  on  assessment  tools,   supplemental  evidence-­‐based  practices  (such  as  Motivational  Interviewing),   integrating  results  into  case  planning,  and  providing  mental  health  evaluations,   among  other  activities.

Palm  Beach   Planning  &   County  Criminal   Rural,  Suburban Implementation Justice   Commission

15th  Judicial   Circuit  Court

A  key  partner  in  this  project  is  the  15th  Judicial  Circuit  Court,  which  currently   operates  the  County’s  Delinquency  Drug  Court  (DDC).  This  specialty  court  provides  an   intensive  treatment  court  for  youth  with  a  substance  abuse  issue(s)  and  was   implemented  in  2008.  This  proposal  aims  to  enhance  this  Delinquency  Drug  Court  by   adding  the  capacity  and  capability  to  work  with  juveniles  presenting  co-­‐occurring   mental  health  and  substance  abuse  disorders.  (1)  develop  a  specialty  track  for  youth   with  co-­‐occurring  mental  health  and  substance  abuse  disorders;  (2)  improved   screening  for  mental  health  and  substance  abuse  disorders;  and  (3)  medication   regime  improvements.  The  funds  of  this  grant  will  be  used  to  (1)  provide  Adolescent   Community  Reinforcement  Approach  with  Assertive  Continuing  Care  services  for   juvenile  offenders  having  co-­‐occurring  disorders,  (2)  train  one  therapist  and  one  case   manager  in  the  Adolescent  Community  Reinforcement  Approach  and  Assertive   Continuing  Care  who  shall  be  employed  to  provide  these  services,  and  (3)  provide   outpatient  psychiatric  medical  services  to  appropriate  youth  offenders.

Lake  County  in  collaboration  with  LifeStream  Behavioral  Center  (LSBC),  the  PSCC  and   community  partners  has  initiated  development  of  a  Forensic  Community  Services   Team  (FCST)  utilizing  Forensic  Intensive  Case  Management  and  evidenced-­‐based   clinical  approaches  to  provide  an  intensive,  integrated  system  of  care  for  those   Lake  County   Planning  &   LifeStream   individuals  with    a  mental  illness  or  co-­‐occurring  disorders  who  are  involved  in  the   Rural,  Suburban Florida  Board  of   Implementation Behavioral  Center criminal  justice  system.    The  team  will  provide  co-­‐occurring  capable  treatment  and   Commissioners support,  including  on-­‐call  crisis  services.    The  Forensic  Community  Services  Team  will   ensure  that  a  trauma  informed  care  framework  for  screening,  assessment,  and   recovery  support  is  in  place  and  will  prioritize  services  for  justice  system-­‐involved   females  and  those  with  co-­‐occurring  disorders.

Jack  Hubbard

Rebecca  A   Walker


GA

GA  Dept  of   Juvenile   Justice

Metropolitan   Atlanta   Receiving   Center

GA

Clayton   County

Clayton   County  Mental   Health   Program

MA

MD

MA  Dept  of   Health

Jail  Diversion   across  the   Continuum:   Opportunity   for  Reflection   and  Planning   (JD-­‐CORP)

Collaborative   Maryland  Dept   for  Targeted   of  Juvenile   Aftercare   Services  -­‐   Planning  (C-­‐ Baltimore TAP)

Juvenile

Adult

Both

Juvenile

Planning

Planning

Planning

Planning

Suburban

Suburban

Urban

Urban

The  goal  is  to  develop  a  systematic  structure  through  which  sexually  exploited  youth   are  provided  with  an  immediate  alternative  to  detention  and  a  secure,  yet  least   Gwinnett-­‐ restrictive,  setting  for  a  maximum  of  24  to  72  hours  where  emergency  mental  health   Rockdale-­‐Newton   and  medical  needs  can  be  properly  addressed.  The  planning  period  will  allow  for:   Community   comprehensive  assessment  of  current  data  to  determine  the  needs  of  exploited   Service   Department  of   youth  encountered  in  crisis  situations;  determination  of  the  appropriate  partner(s)  to   Board/Georgia   Juvenile  Justice operate  the  Receiving  Center;  development  of  an  appropriate  protocol  for  identifying   Care  Connection   detention  alternatives,  which  would  include  the  use  of  an  evidence-­‐based   Office   psychosocial  assessment  tool;  identification  of  systemic  barriers  to  serving  exploited   (GRN/GCCO) youth  as  a  result  of  their  contradictory  legal  status;  and    development  of  a  plan  for   incrementally  implementing  the  Receiving  Center  model  in  Metropolitan  Atlanta.

Clayton  Center

MA  Dept  of   Health

Dee  Bell

The  planning  project  is  to  develop  a  mental  health  court.  The  primary  purpose  is  to   Clayton  County   establish  and  provide  effective  treatment  and  monitoring  in  order  to  lessen  the   Pam  Ferguson Probate  Court effect  of  criminalization  of  those  with  mental  health  issues  who  are  charged,  or  could   be  charged  with  nonviolent  crimes.

MA  DOC

The  new  JD-­‐CORP  collaborative  will  focus  on  4  strategic  goals  to  enhance  jail   diversion  policies  and  planning  for  persons  with  CODs:  1)  Establish  a  statewide   advisory  group  of  stakeholders  committed  to  collaboration  for  criminal  justice   involved  individuals  with  CODs;  2)  Disseminate  information  to  key  stakeholders  on   local  and  national  models  of  police-­‐based  jail  diversion,  mental  health  courts  and   other  court-­‐based  initiatives,  and  re-­‐entry  efforts  serving  offenders  with  CODs  and   related  evidence-­‐based  practices;  3)  Provide  a  statewide  conference  and  community   forums  for  further  discussion  and  planning  about  appropriate  diversion  strategies   that  can  lead  to  enhanced  treatment  with  attention  to  public  safety,  criminogenic   risk  factors,  outcomes  for  employment,  education,  etc.;  and  4)  Develop  a  roadmap  of   existing  services  and  future  directions  for  each  of  three  intercept  points  (police-­‐ based,  court-­‐based,  re-­‐entry-­‐based)

Debra  Pinals

The  C-­‐TAP  initiative  seeks  to  create  a  strategic  plan  to  improve  care  and  outcomes   for  justice-­‐involved  youth  who  have  mental  health  illnesses  or  CODs  and  are   returning  to  their  communities  from  residential  placements.  Planning  activities  will   Baltimore  Mental   Maryland  Dept  of   include  the  facilitation  of  listening  forums  with  target  population  youth  and  their   Susan  Russell   Health  Systems,   Juvenile  Services  -­‐   families;  review  of  best  practices  through  a  Webinar  series  hosted  by  the  University   Walters Inc Baltimore of  Maryland,  Baltimore;  examination  of  relevant  local  data;  and  a  one-­‐day  retreat  to   finalize  the  Collaborative’s  recommendations  and  strategic  plan.  Where  possible,  the   C-­‐TAP  will  utilize  existing  evidence-­‐based  and  promising  programs  in  Baltimore  to   meet  the  needs  of  these  youth.


ME

MI

MS

MT

Project   Penobscot   Vocational  and   County Housing   Support  (VHS)

Wayne  County   Wayne  County   Mental  Health   Mental  Health   Court Court

Jones  County   Jones  County   Behavioral   Behavioral   Health  Court Health  Court

Billings   Municipal   Court

Billings  Adult   Mental  Health   Court

Adult

Adult

Planning  &   Implementation

Expansion

Rural

A  sequential  intercept  mapping  session  will  identify  existing  housing,  pre-­‐  vocational   Penobscot  Jail   and  vocational  programs,  illness  and  recovery  management  services,  and  gaps.  The   Diversion   steering  committee  and  expanded  PCJDC,  with  technical  assistance  from  the  funders,   Collaborative,   will  then  develop:  referral,  intake  and  screening  protocols,  data  collection  and   Acadia  Hospital,   Penobscot  County   evaluation  tools  and  procedures,  in-­‐jail  programming,  and  an  overall  plan  to   Richard  Clukey NAMI,  Allies,  Inc,   Jail implement  expanded  re-­‐entry  programming.  Peer  navigator  and  reentry  and   Volunteers  of   vocational  specialists  will  provide  crucial  pre-­‐  and  post-­‐release  assistance;  those   America,  Hornby   appropriate  for  pre-­‐trial  services  will  be  referred  to  VOA  and  an  LSI-­‐R  will  begin  the   Zeller  Associates development  of  an  individualized  plan.

Urban

Detroit-­‐Wayne   County   Community   Mental  Health   Agency

Our  goal  is  to  increase  the  number  of  successful  MHC  completers  by  providing  an   evidence-­‐based  IDDT  program  delivered  by  an  ACT  team.  Detroit  Central  City  (DCC)   will  develop  a  forensic  ACT  (FACT)  program  using  IDDT  targeting  MHC  participants   whose  mental  health  assessments  indicate  high  levels  of  need  using  the  K-­‐6.    DCC   Wayne  County   currently  has  an  ACT  Team  using  the  IDDT  model  of  treatment  for  persons  with  co-­‐ Lorraine  Taylor-­‐ Jail occurring  disorders  for  homeless  and  other  high  need  individuals-­‐-­‐funds  will  enable   Muhammad the  team  to  expand  its  capacity  by  increasing  staff  hours  and  hiring  an  additional  case   manager  and  ½  time  Certified  Peer  Support  Specialist.  Funds  will  also  cover  the   delivery  of  services  to  MHC  consumers  until  their  Medicaid  applications  can  be   processed  (min  45  days  –  typically  longer).

Adult

Planning  &   Implementation

Rural

Pine  Belt  Mental   Healthcare   Resources

Jones  County   Sheriff's   Department

The  mission  of  the  J.C.  Behavioral  Health  Court  program  is  to  provide  a  problem-­‐ solving  approach  for  persons  who  are  charged  with  non-­‐violent  crimes  that  result   from  symptoms  of  mental  illness.  The  primary  needs  for  the  project  are:  1)  guidance   on  formalizing  the  structure  of  the  program;  2)  someone  designated  to  coordinate   the  interagency  activities;  3)  training  for  frontline  personnel  to  recognize  and   respond  to  the  signs  and  symptoms  of  mental  illness;  4)  funding  for  MH  treatment  of   the  indigent;  and  5)  a  method  to  collect  and  evaluate  outcomes  in  order  to  justify   sustainability.  Funds  will  be  used  to  hire  a  consultant  to  guide  the  formalization   process,  a  project  staff  coordinator  to  coordinate  activities  and  communications   between  the  agencies,  an  expert  trainer,  and  an  evaluator.

Adult

Expansion

Rural

Rimrock   Foundation,   Commnunity   Crisis  Center

Billings  Municipal   Court

The  Billings  Municipal  Court  seeks  to  expand  the  Billings  Adult  Mental  Health  Court   to  include  the  following:  drug  testing,  increased  non-­‐judicial  referrals,  greater   community  outreach,  and  peer  mentoring.  It  will  also  expand  its  LEL  program,   currently  available  in  the  drug  court,  to  the  BAMHC.

Shannon   Johnson


NM

NM

NY

New  Mexico   CYFD

Rio  Arriba   County

Auburn  City   Court

Intensive   Outpatient   Program

Pathways

Auburn   Behavioral   Health  Court

Juvenile

Adult

Adult

Planning  &   Rural,  Suburban Implementation

Planning  &   Implementation

Expansion

NM  Children,   Youth,  and   Families   Department

2010  JMHCP  Grantee:  The  proposed  purpose  of  Phase  II  of  the  JMHCP  will  be  to   continue  the  planning  phase  to  completion  of  a  working  manual  for  provider  level   systemic  competency  for  mental  health  and  COD  IOPs  in  order  to  provide  COD   competent  IOP  services  for  youth  involved  with  the  JJ  system  of  care.  To  this  end,   four  significant  goals  have  been  identified.  Goal  one:  Sustain  and  expand   collaborative  partnerships  between  State  Authorities,  JJ  System,  community  service   providers,  and  consumers  and  their  families.Goal  two:  Develop  a  systems-­‐level  COD-­‐ competent  intensive  outpatient  program  model  for  adjudicated  youth.  Goal  three:   Identified  providers  in  Bernalillo  and  Valencia  Counties  will  be  designated  to  provide   COD  competent  IOP  services  as  determined  by  the  State.  Goal  four:  Serve   adjudicated  youth  diagnosed  with  mental  health  or  COD  in  Bernalillo  and  Valencia   counties  within  the  least  restrictive  level  of  care,  including  IOP,  as  determined  by   clinical  placement  criteria  with  gender  responsive  services  where  possible  and   appropriate.

Michael  Hock

Rural

Since  early  2008,  RACHC  has  participated  in  the  development  of  a  nationally   recognized  promising  practice  of  outcome  based  care  coordination  for  at-­‐risk   populations,  known  as  Pathways.    RACHC  needs  assistance  developing  and   supporting  care  components  to  define  desirable  outcomes,  and  construct  relevant   Pathways.    Needs  include  training  in  their  implementation,  and  data  collection  for   outcomes  measurements.    Organizational  components  are  in  place,  but  interim   Rio  Arriba  County   resources  are  needed  to:  1)  Facilitate  the  remaining  planning  elements  to  establish   Health  and   Rio  Arriba  County   appropriate  Pathways  for  the  target  population;  2)  Augment  County  case   Lauren  Reichelt Human  Services   Detention  Center management  staff  capacity  to  provide  screening,  assessment,  intensive  case   Dept management,  and  motivational  services  to  assist  clients  in  their  achievement  of   Pathway  completion  steps  among  multiple  providers  (e.g.  behavioral  health,  housing,   supportive  employment,  domestic/sexual  violence);  3)  Provide  stipend  support  to   enable  consumer  involvement  through  Peer  Review  Support;  4)  Train  Detention   Center  personnel  in  the  administration  of  initial  brief  screening  instruments  and   referral  procedures;  5)  Retain  contractors  for  evaluation,  and  outcome  data   collection  and  measurement;  and,  6)  Purchase  minimal  equipment  and  supplies

Rural

ABHC  and  CCCMHC  will  collaborate  to  incorporate  a  trauma-­‐informed  care  model   into  the  mental  health  court  model.  Trauma-­‐specific  services  are  currently  lacking  in   Cayuga  County   the  program.  With  this  project,  we  aim  to  give  all  those  who  provide  treatment  and   Community   NYS  Unified  Court   other  services  to  ABHC  participants  the  tools  necessary  to  prevent  retraumatizing   Mental  Health   System participants  and  to  increase  chances  of  success.  The  project  will  entail  two  sessions   Center  (CCCMHC) of  training  (possibly  by  the  National  Center  on  Trauma  Informed  Care)  and  the  hiring   of  part-­‐time  case  manager  at  ABHC  and  two  part-­‐time  trauma  specialists  at  CCMHC.

Michael   Magnani


NY

NY

NY

NY

Brooklyn   Treatment   Court

Comphrehensi ve  Trauma   Approach   Project  (CTAP)

Project   Connect  Plus   (PCP)  and   NYS  Criminal   Specialized   Justice   Fundamentals   Services of  Community   Corrections   (SFCC)

Rockland   County

Rockland   County  Mental   Health   Alternative  to   Incarceration   (MHATI)

NYC  -­‐  Staten   READY  Futures Island

Both

Adult

Adult

Juvenile

Expansion

Planning  &   Implementation

Planning  &   Implementation

Planning  &   Implementation

Urban

Urban

Suburban,   Urban

Urban

The  Brooklyn  Treatment  Court  will  implement  a  comprehensive  service  model  to   meet  the  unique  needs  of  drug  court  participants  with  trauma-­‐related  co-­‐occurring   Palladia,  Phoenix   disorders.  The  Comprehensive  Trauma  Approach  Project  will  offer  an  array  of   Brooklyn   House,  and   services,  including:  specialized  trauma-­‐specific  screening  tools,  court  case   Treatment  Court Samaritan  Village management  by  an  LCSW  with  a  specialization  in  trauma-­‐informed  care,  evidence-­‐ based  trauma-­‐informed  treatment,  and  ongoing  trauma-­‐specific  training  to  court  and   mental  health  partners.

Michael   Magnani

NYS  Office  of   Mental  Health

Project  Connect  Plus  (PCP)  is  an  enhanced  technical  assistance  and  cross-­‐system   NYS  Division  of   training  that  includes  a  specialized  FCC  Curriculum-­‐-­‐a  comprehensive  evidence-­‐based   Criminal  Justice   training  curriculum  for  professionals  working  with  criminal  justice-­‐involved  persons   Services,  Office  of   with  mental  illness  or  co-­‐occurring  disorders.  The  central  enhancement  to  the   Denise  D  Crates Probation  and   existing  Project  Connect  will  be  the  incorporation  of  the  Care  Coordination  model,   Correctional   which  will  increase  the  impact  of  the  initiative  by  identifying  and  providing  services   Alternatives to  those  with  the  highest  Medicaid  and  Incarceration  costs.

Education  &   Assistance   Corporation

The  RC  Mental  Health  Alternative  to  Incarceration  Program  (MHATI)  will  dramatically   improve  our  capacity  to  divert  mentally  ill  offenders  from  the  CJ  system  into   treatment,  while  drawing  from  established  relationships,  protocols  and  practices  that   will  minimize  implementation  problems.    Given  the  structures  in  place,  necessary   components  include  1)  hiring  a  team  of  clinicians  able  to  appropriately  assess,  refer   to  treatment,  support  and  engage  mentally  ill  offenders  and  serve  as  the  bridge   between  the  defendant,  the  treatment  system  and  the  court;  2)  formalizing  the   linkages  between  the  criminal  justice  system  and  the  local  mental  health  and  CDD   Rockland  County   provider  network  to  support  this  diversion;  and  3)  implementing  protocols   Distracit   Judy  Rosenthal appropriate  to  the  diversion  process  for  offenders  with  MH  or  COD.  Mental  health   Attorney's  Office diversion  programs  have  reduced  jail  and  prison  costs,  expedited  case  processing  and   reduced  the  criminalization  of  persons  with  mental  illness  and  co-­‐occurring  disorders   .  Due  to  staffing  shortages  and  the  organization  of  the  County’s  CJ  system,  we  expect   that,  at  least  initially,  cases  will  remain  in  their  court  of  origin.  The  project  will  reduce   court  processing  bottlenecks,  provide  monitoring,  and  engage  individuals  in  service   thereby  reducing  taxpayer  costs  and  insuring  greater  community  safety.  Federal   funding  will  enable  us  to  develop  this  targeted  infrastructure  as  we  build  local   capacity  and  sustainability.

The  overarching  aim  of  READY  Futures  is  to  reduce  repeat  offending  by  young  people   with  mental  health  disorders  in  the  juvenile  justice  system.    Project  READY  will  to   address  these  limitations,  working  with  mental  health  and  juvenile  justice   stakeholders  in  Staten  Island  to  address  mental  health  disorders  among  young   Mayor's  Office  of   people  charged  with  delinquency.    CJC,  DOHMH  and  the  Center  propose  to  create   NYC  Dept  of   the  Criminal   READY  Futures,  which  will  offer  mental  health  assessment,  treatment  planning,   Health  and   Wilmer  Ortiz Justice   linkages  to  services,  case  management,  aggressive  family  outreach,  education  and   Mental  Hygiene Coordinator engagement,  and  comprehensive,  family-­‐based  wrap-­‐around  services.  Funding  would   enable  Project  READY  to  serve  as  a  resource  to  both  families  and  juvenile  justice   system  players  and  allow  young  people  with  mental  disorders  who  do  not  present  a   serious  public  safety  risk  to  receive  community-­‐based  services  as  an  alternative  to   detention  or  placement.


OH

OH

OH

Montgomery   County

Franklin   County

L.I.F.E.   Program

Franklin   County   Justice/   Mental  Health   Collaboration

Logan  County   Behavioral   Logan  County Health/Juvenil e  Justice   Project  (LH/JJ)

Juvenile

Adult

Juvenile

Expansion

Planning  &   Implementation

Planning  &   Implementation

Suburban,   Urban

Urban

Rural

The  “L.I.F.E.”  Program  provides  clinical  and  family-­‐driven  home-­‐based  services   utilizing  Functional  Family  Therapy  (FFT),  an  evidence-­‐based  practice,  to  violent   female  and  male  juvenile  offenders  and  their  caregivers.  With  a  goal  of  decreasing   Montgomery   South  Community   admissions  to  the  Ohio  DYS,  the  program  offers  a  continuum  of  care:  behavioral   County  Juvenile   Inc health  screening,  community  safety  screening,  diagnostic  assessment,  home-­‐based   Court intervention/treatment,  access  to  pro-­‐social  opportunities  and  individual/family   mentoring,  and,  if  applicable,  residential  intervention.  The  program  currently  serves   youth  ages  12  to  17;  the  expanded  target  population  will  be  ages  10  to  18.

Alcohol,  Drug,   and  Mental   Health  Board  of   Franklin  Co

Logan  County   Mental  Health,   Drug,  and  Alcohol   Services  Board

The  purpose  of  this  project  is  to  enhance  public  safety,  improve  reintegration,  and   reduce  the  cost  and  inappropriate  use  of  available  resources  by  increasing  capacity   within  our  system  of  care  so  that  identified  "frequent  users  of  service"  will  have   access  to  IDDT  and  ACT  services.  Clients  involved  in  the  criminal  justice  and  shelter   systems  will  be  placed  on  an  existing  team.  This  project  will  allow  local  government   and  stakeholders  to  focus  on  a  unique  target  population,  with  the  intention  of   Franklin  County   reducing  recidivism,  shelter  stays,  and  hospitalization  utilization.  However,  the  first   Reentry  Task   intercept  point  will  be  within  the  jail  for  those  inmates  receiving  mental  health   Force treatment.  Staff  will  conduct  an  initial  screening  to  determine  eligibility  for  an   IDDT/ACT  team,  and  prioritiza-­‐  tion  will  be  made  for  inmates  with  multiple   incarcerations  over  the  last  three  years.  If  a  partici-­‐  pant  meets  the  threshold,   attempts  will  be  made  to  engage  and  obtain  their  consent  for  a  review  of  their  use  of   emergency  shelter  and  their  willingness  to  work  with  a  case  manager  to  link  to  a   treatment  team  and  enter  supportive  housing.

Logan  County   Family  Court

Eric  Shafer

Joe  Florenski

The  Logan  County  Family  Court  has  identified  gaps  in  services  that  have  strong  merit   towards  the  goal  of  reducing  recidivism  of  juveniles  with  mental  illness  or  co-­‐ occurring  mental  illness  and  substance  disorders.  Federal  funding  is  needed  to  move   the  county  efforts  forward  to  help  identify,  treat  and  supervise  juveniles  with  mental   illness  and/or  co-­‐occurring  disorders  until  local  resources  can  fully  support  the   project.    Funding  is  needed  to  help  plan  and  implement  the  necessary  protocols  and   guidelines  to  enhance  the  screening  process  to  include  a  systematic  and  scientifically   Annette  Deao sound  screening  using  the  Massachusetts  Youth  Screening  Instrument  (MAYSI-­‐2)  or   GAIN,  as  selected  as  part  of  the  planning  process.  Provide  financial  resources  to   provide  service  linkage  through  adding  an  Intensive  Case  Manager,  Specialized   Juvenile  Probation  Officer  and  training  of  these  and  other  appropriate  staff  on  the   treatment  and  management  of  juveniles  with  mental  health  and/or  co-­‐occurring   disorders.  Enhance  the  data  collection  process  by  additional  training  in  Access©  and   CourtView©  to  the  Community  Resource  Officer,  responsible  for  data  collection.


OH

OH

OK

OR

Wood  County   Wood  County Mental  Health   Court

Hocking   County

Hocking   County   Juvenile  Court

Oklahoma   DMHSAS

Oklahoma   Statewide   Crisis   Intervention   Team  Training   (OKSCITE)

Marion  County   Justice  and   Marion  County Mental  Health   Collaborative

Adult

Juvenile

Adult

Adult

Planning

Planning

Expansion

Rural,  Suburban

Rural

Rural

Planning  &   Rural,  Suburban Implementation

Wood  County   ADAMHS  Board

The  first  activity  will  be  to  finalize  the  creation  of  a  Project  Planning  and   Implementation  Team  comprised  of  major  stakeholders  in  the  project:  ADAMHS,   Bowling  Green  Municipal  Court  (including  its  probation  department),  local  law   Bowling  Green   enforcement  agencies,  the  Wood  County  Justice  Center  (county  corrections  unit),   Tom  Clemons Municipal  Court Behavioral  Connections,  and  a  local  representative  of  NAMI.  These  core  agencies  will   begin  the  planning  of  policies,  procedures,  and  operations  for  the  mental  health   court  and  improvement  of  other  formal  agreements  related  to  improvement  of   ADAMH  services  in  the  local  criminal  justice  system.

Hocking  County   Family  and   Children  First   Council

The  project  will  be  a  collaborative,  data-­‐driven  planning  process  to  expand  and   create  treatment  and  support  services  for  the  targeted  court-­‐involved  youth.  The   process  will  involve  (1)  Identifying  relevant  partners  and  requesting  their   Hocking  County   participation,  (2)  Formalizing  the  collaborative  process  will  through  a  Memoranda  of   Jamie  L  Green Juvenile  Court Understanding,  (3)  Accessing  a  wide  range  of  data  to  better  define  needs,  gaps  in   services,  and  available  resources,  and  (4)  utilize  the  relevant  data,  needs  assessment   questionnaire,  focus  group  findings  and  perspectives  gained  from  the  Planning   Committee  Process  to  develop  a  strategic  plan.

Oklahoma  Dept   of  Mental  Health   and  Substance   Abuse  Services

Marion  County   Health   Department

Oklahoma  City   Police  Dept

The  Oklahoma  Statewide  Crisis  Intervention  Team  Training  Expansion  project  will   expand  CIT  training  to  rural  law  enforcement  agencies  that  previously  had  been   financially  unable  to  send  officers  to  the  training.  The  OKSCITE  will  also  work  to   increase  collaboration  between  rural  police  departments  and  local  mental  health   resources  and  to  develop  an  enhanced  curriculum  so  that  CIT-­‐trained  officers  can   respond  more  effectively  to  women  with  serious  mental  illness  and  to  both  men  and   women  with  serious  mental  illness  who  also  have  histories  of  trauma.

The  primary  goal  is  to  reduce  the  number  of  individuals  with  a  mental  health  issue   who  are  criminalized  by  diverting  and  connecting  them  to  services  in  the  community.   The  project  includes  :  a  Community  Resource  Liaison;  a  field  study  to  clearly  identify   and  analyze  the  target  population;  CIT  training  to  educate  collaborative  partners;  a   Marion  County   Community  Outreach  Response  Team  to  provide  timely  assessment  and  response  to   Sheriff's  Office referrals  from  law  enforcement;  a  Drug  Treatment  Case  Manager  to  provide   mentoring  support  to  participants  with  co-­‐occurring  disorders,  Crisis  Associates  to   provide  skills  training,  transportation,  and  supports  to  meet  treatment  goals;  a   Psychiatrist/Nurse  Practitioner;  and  wrap-­‐around  services  including  transition   housing,  medications  and  other  assistance.

Tania  Rubio-­‐ Rosas

Allycia  R   Weathers


OR

PA

PA

UT

Curry  County   Curry  County Mental  Health   Court

Beaver  County

Project   Intercept

Somerset   County

Behavioral   Health  of   Services  of   Somerset  and   Bedofrd   Counties   (BHSSBC)

Washington   Washington   County  Mental   County Health  Court

Adult

Both

Both

Adult

Planning  &   Implementation

Rural

Curry  County   Human  Services

Planning  &   Beaver  County   Rural,  Suburban Implementation Behavioral  Health

Planning

Planning  &   Implementation

Curry  County   Sheriff's  Dept

2010  JMHCP  Grantee:  Proposed  BJA  funding  is  for  Stage  2  Implementation  of  a   Mental  Health/Co-­‐Occurring  A&D  court  intended  to  divert  mentally-­‐ill  and/or  co-­‐ occurring  disordered  individuals  from  incarceration  within  an  Assertive  Community   Treatment  model.      1)  Utilize  Research-­‐based  screening  and  assessment  tools:    Gain   Short  Screener  and  Brief  Jail  Screen;  2)  Implement  a  court-­‐based  Law  diversion   model:    Implementation  of  Curry  County  Mental  Health  Court;  3)  Align  evidence-­‐ based  treatment  services:    Transitional  housing,  supported  employment,  case   management,  supported  education,  medication  management,  Intentional  Peer   Support;  4)  Improve  coordination  of  community-­‐based  services:    Housing  and   services  continuum  of  care  coordination;  includes  stakeholder  coordination,   memoranda  of  understanding,  resource  alignment,  and  program  evaluation;  5)   Provide  cross-­‐training:    All  collaborative  partners  will  be  trained  on  best  practices  for   working  with  the  mentally  ill  or  those  with  co-­‐occurring  disorders  throughout  the   continuum  of  system  involvement.    GAINS  center  staff  will  be  consulted  to  identify   the  training  needs  and  services  for  our  community  and  tailored  appropriately.

2009  JMHCP  grantee:  The  primary  goal  of  Project  Intercept  is  cross-­‐system   collaboration  between  the  behavioral  health  and  criminal  justice  systems  that  results   in  early  identification,  diversion  from  incarceration,  and  improved  access  to   Beaver  County   behavioral  health  services  for  individuals  with  MH  disorders  or  a  COD.  Objectives   Criminal  Court   include  use  of  GAIN  assessments  to  establish  comprehensive  service  plans,  increase   Nancy  Jaquette System in  number  of  CJ  personnel  trained  in  mental  health  first  aid,  offering  GAIN   assessments  in  the  courthouse  and  booking  center  to  increase  diversion,  increase   diversion  from  incarceration  by  admission  to  residential  treatment,  and  increase  in   juvenile  justice  collaborations  through  TIPS  program.

Rural

The  ultimate  goal  of  the  BHSSBC  initiative  is  to  develop  a  system  that  will  promote   public  safety  and  public  health  by  intercepting  individuals  with  mental  disorders  or   CODs  as  early  as  possible  during  their  involvement  in  the  criminal  justice  system,  and   Behavioral  Health   then  offering  appropriate  behavioral  health  services  and  supports.  The  planning   Somerset  County   Services  of   process  will  include  convening  a  subcommittee  under  the  County  Criminal  Justice   Tracy  L  Shultz Commissioners Somerset  Co,  Inc Advisory  Board  (CJAB);  orienting  the  committee  members  about  the  goals  of  the   planning  process  and  their  roles;  training  the  committee  on  CIT  and  the  Sequential   Intercept  Model;  and  providing  cross-­‐systems  training  on  the  criminal  justice  and  the   behavioral  health  systems.

Rural

As  stated  above,  initial  planning  took  place  and  a  pilot  Washington  County  Mental   Health  Court  was  begun  in  2010.  The  structure  used  in  the  pilot  project  is  proposed   Southwest   Washington   for  review  and  may  be  modified  before  full  implementation  once  the  grant  is  funded.     Behavioral  Health   County  Sheriff's   Grant  funding  will  allow  more  participants  to  be  involved  in  the  Mental  Health  Court   Center Office and  those  involved  to  receive  more  clinical  services.    Also,  it  is  proposed  that  a   ‘Tracker’  be  added  to  the  team  to  assist  with  Judicial  Supervision.


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