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One Community’s Partnership with Juvenile Justice. Dawn Project 2004 Marion County, Indiana. Multiple Customers Families Juvenile Probation Providers Funders One Philosophy of Care. Philosophy of Care. Build on strengths to meet needs One family/client - One team - One Plan

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One community s partnership with juvenile justice

One Community’s Partnership with Juvenile Justice

Dawn Project 2004

Marion County, Indiana


Multiple customers families juvenile probation providers funders one philosophy of care

Multiple CustomersFamiliesJuvenile ProbationProvidersFundersOne Philosophy of Care


Philosophy of care

Philosophy of Care

  • Build on strengths to meet needs

  • One family/client - One team - One Plan

  • Flexible integration of formal and informal resources

  • Family Access, Voice and Ownership (Choice)

  • Responsive assistance that is community-based, culturally competent and family-centered

  • Maintain primary relationships over time and trouble


One community s partnership with juvenile justice

Individualized Care Plan

Case Manager

Child Welfare

Family

Mental Health/

Substance Abuse

School

Juv Probation

Care

Coordinator

Single point

of Communication

PLAN

FAMILIES DON’T FAIL--PLANS DO


One community s partnership with juvenile justice

Life Domains: a framework for Strength Based Care

Probation

Juv. Crt Order

Home/Place to Live

Legal

Financial

School Plan

IEP, Gen Ed.

Social/

Recreational

Educational

Vocational

Doctor’s orders

Family Plan

Child Welfare

Permanency, safety

Family / Relationships

Health/Medical

Safety/Crisis

Assess

Strengths

& Needs for

each

Mental Health

Plan and Substance use

assessment

Cultural/

Spiritual

Mental Health & Substance Abuse


One community s partnership with juvenile justice

Case Rate Mechanism

Referral sources


Community provider network

Community Provider Network


Provider network continued

Provider Network, Continued


Flex funds 244 432

Flex Funds -$244,432


Dawn 1000

Dawn 1000

  • 7 years of service to Child Welfare, Juvenile Probation, Education and Mental Health

  • 330 Juvenile Probation Youth served to date

  • 979 clients enrolled and served

  • 180 active clients

  • 67% are ages 11-14 years old

  • 70% are male

  • 67% have identified Special Education needs

  • 68% are African American/Bi-racial

  • 65% are Medicaid eligible


Service costs

SERVICE COSTS %


Top five service costs

TOP FIVE SERVICE COSTS


Building a lasting partnership

Building a Lasting Partnership

  • Cooperation

    • Shorter term informal relations, sharing info – one way

  • Coordination

    • More formal relationships and understanding of missions – no money shared or pooled

  • Collaboration

    • Durable and pervasive relationship with full commitment to a common mission – everybody pays, everybody shares, (give and take)


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