Behavioral Health / Criminal Justice Collaboration in Beaver County, PA Re-entry Services. Council of State Governments Site Visit: May 15, 2013. Agenda / Itinerary. Beaver County: Overview.
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Behavioral Health / Criminal Justice Collaboration in Beaver County, PARe-entry Services
Council of State Governments
Site Visit: May 15, 2013
Beaver County: Overview
Beaver County: Overview
is a key part of the
Beaver County System of Care
System of Care Management Structure
Residents of Beaver County
Board of Commissioners
Beaver County Behavioral Health
(Project Director, Steering Committee Co-Chairs, and Sub-Committee Chairs)
Family, Youth and Peer Voice
(Providers, Change Agents, and Subcommittee Representatives)
- Criminal Justice
Child Serving Systems
(Provider Representatives, Change Agent Representatives, Subcommittee Representatives, Consumers, Families, Natural Supports)
Electronic Service Plan (eSP) System Provides Framework
Reentry: FOCUS and PURPOSE
Re-Entry Liaison administers the GAIN and intake form.
Client re-integrates into the community with housing, along with sponsor relationship, and continues to work on vocational/ educational skills, treatment and other supports.
Re-Entry Liaison works with client in the jail..
Access to treatment groups in the jail.
TRAILS and ROOTS meet with clients in the jail to establish a sponsor relationship.
BCRC begins working with client in the jail on vocational/educational services
Screening and Assessment
Jail, Courthouse and Community
Co-occurring Disorder (COD) Treatment
Jail and Community
Assertive Community Treatment
Seeking Safety / Trauma-Informed Care
Re-Entry Sponsor Coordinators
Assistance for Youth with an Incarcerated Parent
Housing / Outreach to the Homeless
Vocational / Educational Services
Sequential Intercept Model: Overview
Law Enforcement / Emergency Services
Initial hearings / initial detention
Special jurisdiction courts
Transitional support back to community
Probation / Parole
Community support services
Diversion of appropriate non-violent juveniles and adults throughout CJ system
Community Services and Supports:
crisis support, residential and vocational support, SPA, outpatient
Intercept 1: Pre-arrest Diversion Law Enforcement / Emergency Services
Intercept 2: Post-arrest Diversion Initial Detention / Initial Court Hearings
Intercept 3: Jail / Court Diversion
Intercept 4: Jail/Prison and Re-Entry
Intercept 5: Probation, Parole, Community Support