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  1. CJMHSA Reinvestment Grant Annual Report & Awards Substance Abuse & Mental Health Advisory Council 2/18/11 - Tampa Mark A. Engelhardt, MS, ACSW USF-FMHI: Dept. of Mental Health, Law & Policy

  2. CJMHSA Reinvestment Report • Brief Background: Legislative Approval 2007 • FS 394.659 (1) (a) – (f) Annual Report – Grant Funded Activities; Availability and Accessibility of Jail Diversion/Re-entry Initiatives; Data submitted to DCF; Impact Reports from Counties; Local evaluations, 100% Local Match Funds • Planning (12 ) and Implementation Grants (11) 07-10 • 2011 = Implementation (9) and Expansion (5) Grants • State-County- CJMHSA – Provider Partnerships

  3. CJMHSA Reinvestment Plans • CJMHSA Planning Councils – Either with the Public Safety Coordinating Councils or Establishment of Special CJMHSA Committees in Each County • At least ½ of the Counties have utilized the Sequential Intercept Mapping Process, resulting in a focused CJMHSA Strategic Plan, Memorandum of Understanding or Agreement (MOU/MOA) and concrete Action Plan with responsible leaders • These plans have positioned counties for consensus on best practices and pursuit of other grants/awards

  4. Key Partnerships • Florida Partners in Crisis – Judges & Advocates • DCF, Florida Association of Counties, FADAA, Florida Council, USF, Former SAMH Corp., NAMI, etc. • Shared Leadership, Knowledge of Community-based systems, Managing Entities, Sustainability ($) • Strategic Planning – Active involvement in CJMHSA Planning Councils and Promoting Recovery • Reduction of 916 Forensic Admissions/Discharges • SAMH Advisory Council = Advocacy Role with Counties, DCF and Existing Statewide Partners

  5. 2010 Implementation Progress County Intercept and practice(s) • Alachua • Broward County • Hillsborough County • Forensic Diversion Team – Existing Mental Health Court • Freedom Project – Pre-arrest Jail Diversion = One-stop • Looking Ahead – Re-entry program – In jail screening and Forensic aftercare, CFBHN Managing Entity – Local Coordination

  6. 2010 Implementation Progress County Intercept and practice(s) • Lee County • Leon County • Miami-Dade County • Triage Center/Low Demand – Assessment to Supportive Housing and Treatment • Mental Health Court – Pre-trial release MH probation, competency restoration and CIT training • Criminal MH Project – Felony/Misdemeanor Diversion, CIT, Peer inclusion, SOAR success

  7. 2010 Implementation Progress County Intercept and practice(s) • Nassau County • Orange County • Pinellas County • Expansion of Mental Health Court – In-jail screening, referrals and evaluations • Central Receiving Center (CRC) – Transitional Housing = ANCHOR Program • Focused Outreach Program with Public Defenders Office Diversion (Reducing the In-jail Wait List)

  8. 2010 Implementation Progress County Intercept and practice(s) • Polk County • St. Lucie County • Other: Sequential Intercept Mapping without grants • Misdemeanor Mental Health Court, Crisis Response Team, Forensic Intensive Case Management • Expansion of Mental Health Court, Case Management, Excellent Data Base and tracking • Hillsborough, Collier, Lee, Pinellas - Veterans

  9. Emerging Local Data/ Highlights • Alachua – 200 persons – None went to DCF state Mental Health Hospitals • Broward- 85% = No arrest after 90 day “graduation” • Hillsborough = DOC recidivism = 7% • Lee – Of 515 served in low demand 7 went to jail • Leon – Over 300 law enforcement specialists trained in CIT • Miami-Dade – 93% Success in SOAR – National Recognition! • Nassau – Over 3,400 screened in the jail • Orange – 91% no arrests after 30 days in CRC

  10. Best Practices in Development • Forensic Intensive Case Management Teams • Inclusion of Peer Specialists on various teams • Co-occurring Courts; Veterans Courts • Discharge Planning & Supportive Housing • Expansion of CIT & Crisis Response Capability • In-jail screening and comprehensive assessments • Benefits planning and SOAR • Trauma Informed Training • Sustainability Plans – Cash and In-kind

  11. Value Added Impact: • Sequential Intercept Mapping and Action Planning has been a tool to keep CJMHSA Planning Councils on track and successful – Winning Federal Grants • Grants have been a catalyst to Partnerships • Emerging Data and Local Evaluations • Providers responsiveness to National Best Practices • Public Education about SAMH, Healthcare & Justice • Cross-Systems Training Opportunities • Annual Reinvestment Grant Conference www.flpic.org

  12. “Class of 2011-13 Awards” • EXPANSION • Alachua – Blended Team • Lee County – Detox Beds • Miami-Dade - Benefits • Orange – Link to Housing/Employment • Pinellas – Detox Program • IMPLEMENTATION • Charlotte • Collier • Monroe • Duval • Flagler • Lake • Osceola • Palm Beach

  13. USF-FMHI TA Center Resources • www.floridatac.org Clearinghouse & links to other National Best Practices, Grant Resources, Document Library, Website Linkages (BJA, GAINS) – “one-stop”, • Judicial Circuit and County Data Base – IDS, Medicaid, Baker Act, FDLE and Juvenile Justice (2011) • Training & Technical Assistance – Initial County Grant applications and on-site implementation TA • County/Federal Grant Evaluations – Design/Analysis • John Petrila, JD - Director – petrila@usf.edu • Mark Engelhardt mengelhardt@usf.edu 813- 974-0769