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Introduction & Orientation. Grant to Pilot Family Based Prevention Programs. July 2012 (Fiscal year 2013) RFF 2012-01. DMHA.

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grant to pilot family based prevention programs

Introduction

& Orientation

Grant to Pilot Family Based Prevention Programs

July 2012

(Fiscal year 2013)

RFF 2012-01

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DMHA
  • Mission: “To ensure that Indiana citizens have access to quality mental health and addiction services that promote individual, family and community resiliency and recovery.”
  • Contracted with IPRC for over 20 years
  • DMHA is a division of FSSA, Family and Social Services Administration
  • Located in Indianapolis
dmha staff
DMHA Staff
  • Julia Olsen
    • Prevention Bureau Chief
  • Jennifer Phillips
    • Special Projects Coordinator
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IPRC
  • Mission: Strengthening a behavioral health system that promotes prevention, treatment, and recovery
  • Funded by the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant
  • Part of Indiana University, School of Public Health, Department of Applied Health Science
  • Located in Bloomington
iprc staff
IPRC Staff
  • IPRC Project Officers (Technical Assistance Providers )
    • Jeanie Alter*
    • Carla Brown
    • Mallori DeSalle*
    • Cindy Flynn
    • Mary Lay
    • Jasynda Radanovich
    • Katharine Sadler*
    • Randy Zaffuto
iprc staff cont
IPRC Staff, cont.
  • IPRC Staff in Supportive Roles
    • Kaitlyn Celis, Program Support Coordinator
    • Ruth Gassman, Executive Director
    • Barbara Seitz de Martinez, Deputy Director
    • Roger Morris, Computer Coordinator
prevention
Prevention
  • How is prevention funded in Indiana?
    • Federal block grant-DMHA
  • Who is the national leader in Prevention?
    • SAMHSA
      • Priority Initiatives
      • www.samhsa.gov
prevention in indiana
Prevention in Indiana
  • What is the focus?
    • Balance
    • Mental health
    • Environmental strategies
  • Shift in Models in Indiana
    • Afternoons ROCK in Indiana (Individual focus)
    • Strategic Prevention Framework
      • Communities That Care
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You are here

You are here

http://www.drugs.indiana.edu/spf/

community introductions
Community Introductions
  • Bartholomew
  • Floyd
  • Greene-Davies
  • Scott
  • Warrick
what can i expect
What can I expect?
  • Guidance and support (technical assistance)
    • Webinars
    • Monthly calls with your Project Officer
    • Annual onsite visits
    • Quarterly review of milestones and benchmarks
what can i expect1
What can I expect?
  • Training
    • September 10-13: SAPST
      • Who: Program Coordinator or Agency/Coalition member
      • Why: Build prevention capacity for community
    • September 14: Indiana’s online reporting system
      • Who: Program Coordinator
      • Why: Learn system for completing grant requirements
what can i expect2
What can I expect?
  • Deliverables
    • Required for payment
    • Provided by DMHA
    • Quarterly
    • Submit using online system
what can i expect3
What can I expect?
  • Evaluation
    • Program
      • Curriculum tool
      • NOMS+ Family Risk and Protective factors (6th grade and up)
    • Community
      • Indiana Youth Survey – Data Release
next steps
Next steps
  • Consult with your project officer
    • Submit Evaluation Tools
    • Review deliverables
    • Understand claim forms
  • Implementation (45 days)
  • Community Plan*
fiscal claims vouchers
Fiscal Claims/Vouchers
  • Claims & Contracts
    • CLAIMS INFO TELEPHONE:  317.233.4465
    • ClaimsInfo@fssa.in.gov
  • Memo-Form Instructions
  • Questions?
    • Cindy Flynn
    • flynn@indiana.edu
    • 812-855-4894
additional resources
Additional Resources
  • IPRC website
    • www.drugs.indiana.edu
  • DMHA website
    • http://www.in.gov/fssa/dmha/4521.htm
  • SPF website
    • http://www.drugs.indiana.edu/spf/