Travis County Behavioral Health Indicators Project<br />Susan Stone, J.D, M.D.<br />Jim Van Norman, M.D.<br />Abraham Minj...
Texas Service System Perspective<br />
BACKGROUND<br />Tragic Incident<br />Community Response<br />Mayor’s Mental Health Task Force<br /> Monitoring Committee <...
Community “Collaboration”<br />Mental Health Coordination Committee<br />Healthy People 2000<br />Community Action Network...
Travis County Criminal Justice/Mental Health Initiatives<br /><ul><li>CIT
Community Court
RERT
Project Recovery
Mental Health Public Defenders Office</li></li></ul><li>Travis County Criminal Justice/Mental Health Initiatives<br />Crim...
Community Competency Restoration Project<br />Total Served: 65<br />Felony: 25<br />Misdemeanor: 40<br />Total Restored: 3...
Community Competency Restoration Project<br />Homelessness Data<br />38% homeless prior to admission into program<br />50%...
Using Community Indicators for Social Change<br /><ul><li>Results Based Accountability:  What works?
 Building consensus around indicators
 Blended funding
ATCIC
St. David’s Foundation
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
City of Austin
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Jim Van Norman, M.D.
Abraham Minjarez, LPC, MBA
Tara Powell, MPH, MSW

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Travis County Behavioral Health Indicators Project

  1. 1. Travis County Behavioral Health Indicators Project<br />Susan Stone, J.D, M.D.<br />Jim Van Norman, M.D.<br />Abraham Minjarez, LPC, MBA<br />Tara Powell, MPH, MSW<br />
  2. 2. Texas Service System Perspective<br />
  3. 3. BACKGROUND<br />Tragic Incident<br />Community Response<br />Mayor’s Mental Health Task Force<br /> Monitoring Committee <br />
  4. 4. Community “Collaboration”<br />Mental Health Coordination Committee<br />Healthy People 2000<br />Community Action Network<br />Integral Care Committee<br />Psychiatric Stakeholder’s Committee<br />Mayor’s Mental Health Task Force Monitoring Committee<br />Crisis Implementation Committee<br />
  5. 5.
  6. 6. Travis County Criminal Justice/Mental Health Initiatives<br /><ul><li>CIT
  7. 7. Community Court
  8. 8. RERT
  9. 9. Project Recovery
  10. 10. Mental Health Public Defenders Office</li></li></ul><li>Travis County Criminal Justice/Mental Health Initiatives<br />Criminal Defense Wheel<br />Specialist Prosecutors<br />Specialized Dockets<br />Veteran’s Court<br />Community Restoration of Competency<br />
  11. 11. Community Competency Restoration Project<br />Total Served: 65<br />Felony: 25<br />Misdemeanor: 40<br />Total Restored: 38 (58%)<br />Average days to restore<br />Felony 44 days<br />Misdemeanor 40 days<br />
  12. 12. Community Competency Restoration Project<br />Homelessness Data<br />38% homeless prior to admission into program<br />50% of misdemeanants homeless<br />20% of felons homeless<br />Previous Hospitalizations<br />Total # of previous hospitalizations prior to CCRP: 144<br />
  13. 13. Using Community Indicators for Social Change<br /><ul><li>Results Based Accountability: What works?
  14. 14. Building consensus around indicators
  15. 15. Blended funding
  16. 16. ATCIC
  17. 17. St. David’s Foundation
  18. 18. Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
  19. 19. City of Austin
  20. 20. Travis County
  21. 21. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law</li></li></ul><li>Advisory Committee:<br />MMHTFMC<br />% individuals in <br />Travis County <br />jail with SPMI<br />Readmission to <br />public psychiatric hospital within <br />30 days of <br />discharge<br />% of individuals reporting to various settings with behavioral health needs who self report housing instability<br />% of ED <br />admissions with primary <br />substance use<br />Rate of Disciplinary Referrals within AISD<br />Indicator Improvement Initiative Executive Committee<br />Genevieve Hearon, ATCIC BOT<br />Dr. Philip Huang, City of Austin<br />Becky Pastner, St. David's Foundation<br />Judge Sam Biscoe, Travis County<br />David Evans, ATCIC<br />Sherri Fleming, Travis County<br />Lynda Frost, Hogg Foundation<br />Steering Committees<br />
  22. 22. Criminal Justice Indicator<br /><ul><li>Data Analysis—Trends and Trajectories
  23. 23. Hypotheses—Building the Story
  24. 24. Root Cause Analysis
  25. 25. No Cost/Low Cost Solutions
  26. 26. Policy Solutions
  27. 27. Funding Strategies</li></li></ul><li>Summary of CIT Data<br />
  28. 28. EDP Voluntary, Intervention & POEC’s<br /><ul><li>POEC’s
  29. 29. EDP Voluntary-Emotionally Disturbed person voluntarily committed
  30. 30. EDP Intervention-Emotionally disturbed person who received a CIT intervention</li></li></ul><li>Completed and Attempted Suicides<br />
  31. 31. Crisis Intervention Team # of Cases<br />
  32. 32. ROOT CAUSE ANALYSISCASE EXAMPLE<br />
  33. 33. Turning the Curve<br />Different ways to address 911 calls<br />Transportation issues<br />Housing, housing, housing<br />Use of incentives<br />Peer support<br />Enforcement of ACT<br />SSI Issues<br />
  34. 34. Contact Information<br />Susan A. Stone, J.D., M.D.<br />Mayor’s Mental Health Task Force<br />sstonejdmd@attglobal.net<br />512-360-3557<br />

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