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Csb%20 presentation[1]

  1. 1. Agency Overview – Core ServicesColeman Professional Family Resource CentersServicesCore Services: Core Services:o Individual Therapy o Individual Therapyo Group Therapy o Group Therapyo Case Management (CSP) o Case Management (CSP)o Group CSP o Group CSPo Psychiatry o Psychiatryo Education Groups o Home-based Therapyo Emergency Services
  2. 2. Agency Overview – Niche ServicesColeman Professional Family Resource CentersServiceso Sex Offender Treatment o Sex Offender Treatmento Criminal Justice Liaison o Mental Health Liaisons –o We Care Crisis Center Juvenile Courto Crisis Stabilization Unit o Early Childhood MHo Hopeline o AoD Prevention: Lifeo School-based screenings Skills Training Programo School-based o Teen Screen counseling(LSH) o School-based screenings
  3. 3. Agency Overview – Niche ServicesColeman Professional Family Resource CentersServiceso Vocational Serviceso Domestic Violence/Anger Management/T4C/MRTo Changing Seasonso Recovery Coacho Residential Services o Supportive Housing o Rental Properties o Shelter-Plus Care Vouchers
  4. 4. Agency Overview – Niche ServicesColeman Professional Family Resource CentersServiceso Vocational Serviceso Domestic Violence/Anger Management/T4C/MRTo Changing Seasonso Recovery Coacho Residential Services o Supportive Housing o Rental Properties o Shelter-Plus Care Vouchers
  5. 5. Agency Overview – Niche ServicesColeman Professional Family Resource CentersServiceso Benefits Consultant Serviceso Representative Payee Serviceso Guardianship Program
  6. 6. Local SolutionsColeman Professional Family Resource CentersServices Recovery Model  New Intake Process Screening, Brief  Developed the School- Intervention, and Based Programming Referral to Treatment Model or SBIRT  Consulting with local colleges and universities
  7. 7. Payer Source Private Insurance Public Insurance (Medicare / Medicaid) Private Pay Alternative Resources
  8. 8. Need for Forensic Psychiatry in our community 95% agreed that we need this in our community Recruitment efforts are challenging for this specialty Reimbursement for services is unknown
  9. 9. Are timelines for accessing a general psychiatrist (child adult) sufficient? Both FRC and CPS operate by a “Level of Care” model.  The person in the greatest need is seen the quickest  The crisis center is a preventive factor for anyone who needs urgent care from our systems to go without needs being met  Outpatient systems are not responsible for nor are they equipped to operate like an emergency room  Access to doctor?  Access to medication?  Residential placements require planning?
  10. 10. Do you think our community requires detoxification services (child/adult) to meet the needs of our community? 95.5% say yes There is magical thinking among the general population that “three days clean gets you over the hump” Detox has and always has been available, it is often times not an option because most drugs do not require detox. Those that require detox are:  Alcohol  Benzodiazepines  Xanax  Ativan  Klonipin
  11. 11. Does our community need respite care? 64.7% day yes (mostly related to children) Crisis Center has assisted with the need for parents and children to go somewhere, be separated, and both parties needs are attended to Safe Harbor is a good tool There is no evidence that respite promotes long term lasting change
  12. 12. Do you think our community knows where/how to access benefits and entitlements? 52.6% said no DJFS has to become more flexible, visible, and reach out to community partners to help meet the needs of our community CPS has a Benefits Program that is highly successful Benefit Bank sites need t
  13. 13. Would individuals who are re-entering from incarceration benefit to have access to their benefits prior to discharge? 90% said Yes Prisons are successfully accomplishing this with some Jails need to incorporate Benefit Banks or assistance with application process prior to discharge DJFS could send representation to jail?
  14. 14. Do community members know where/how to access emergency mental health/alcohol and drug services? 55% said no Need to get the word out Need to increase marketing efforts
  15. 15. Does our community need re-entry specific case management services? 100% said yes Leave jail….Darrell’s job done…..CPS/FRC doesn’t become responsible until they become a client What happens in the middle? LOST
  16. 16. Do we need mediation to assist with reunification after incarceration? 85% yes Families need to prepare Relationships need healed Bluffton Program
  17. 17. Our response Gathering data on who is released with probation or parole that has nobody to help navigate the system Discussions on how jail inmates can begin application for Benefits prior to discharge We can all speak similar language to avoid “magical thinking” or misconceptions Putting a response together to send to those whom we sent the survey to in hopes to educate those folks and to let them know the outcome as a result of the time they took to help us out.

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