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Cobb Douglas Community Services Board Tod Citron, CEO Stacy Hull, LPC Director of Residential Services and Addictive Diseases. PARTNERSHIP. Judge Juanita Stedman, Cobb County Juvenile Court Family Dependency Treatment Court, 2006 Positive Impact on Community Communication. TEAM APPROACH.

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Partnership

Cobb Douglas Community Services BoardTod Citron, CEOStacy Hull, LPCDirector of Residential Services and Addictive Diseases


Partnership

PARTNERSHIP

  • Judge Juanita Stedman, Cobb County Juvenile Court

  • Family Dependency Treatment Court, 2006

  • Positive Impact on Community

  • Communication


Team approach

TEAM APPROACH

Judge Stedman

Family Dependency Treatment Court Team

DFCS

Attorney

Guardian Ad Litem

CASA

Cobb CSB Treatment


Treatment services

Treatment Services

  • Substance Use Education

  • Substance Abuse Assessments

  • Individual Counseling

  • Post Partum Education/Monitoring

  • Case Management

  • Childcare & Parenting program

  • Educational & Vocational services

  • Transportation

  • Nursing & Physician Assessments

  • Psychiatric Referral

  • Medication Monitoring

  • Family Education & Support

  • Trauma Recovery & Empowerment

  • Residential Supports


Treatment programs

TREATMENT PROGRAMS

  • Mothers Making A Change (outpatient and residential)

  • Cooper Street

  • Quarterway

  • Ready For Work

  • Families Making A Change

  • Transitional Housing


Mmac program description

MMAC Program Description

Mothers Making A Change (MMAC) is a gender specific, outpatient substance abuse treatment program for pregnant women and/or women with children under 18 years of age.

  • Target population

  • Length of treatment

  • Referral Sources

  • Aftercare


Mmac residential cooper street program description

MMAC Residential (Cooper Street) Program Description

  • Cooper Street Residential : Seven two-bedroom town homes

  • Capacity : 12 families

  • Length of treatment

  • Staffing


Residential programs con t

Residential Programs (con’t)

Ready for Work is a gender specific, substance abuse

Eligibility : Open case with DFCS

Capacity: RFW 30 families.

Post Partum Women Program: is a gender specific program for pregnant women, or post partum women with a child under 18 months of age

Capacity: Post Partum: 10 families


Transitional housing

Transitional Housing

  • Transitional housing provide 3 months of independent living

  • Completed Treatment

  • Aftercare/Counseling


Outcomes

Outcomes

  • FY’12 Cobb CSB served 45 women in FDTC

  • Completions 27- 60%

  • Currently Enrollment: 13


Contact information

Contact Information

Stacy Hull

770-499-2422

[email protected]


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