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Report
Substance Abuse & Mental Health
Advisory Council 2/18/11 - Tampa
Mark A. Engelhardt, MS, ACSW
USF-FMHI: Dept. of Mental Health, Law & Policy
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
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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
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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
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2010 Implementation Progress
County
1.
Alachua
2. Broward County
3.
Hillsborough County
Intercept and practice(s)
Forensic Diversion Team –
Existing Mental Health
Court
2. Freedom Project – Prearrest Jail Diversion = Onestop
3. Looking Ahead – Re-entry
program – In jail screening
and Forensic aftercare,
CFBHN Managing Entity –
Local Coordination
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2010 Implementation Progress
County
Intercept and practice(s)
4. Lee County
4. Triage Center/Low Demand
5. Leon County
6. Miami-Dade County
– Assessment to Supportive
Housing and Treatment
5. Mental Health Court – Pretrial release MH probation,
competency restoration
and CIT training
6. Criminal MH Project –
Felony/Misdemeanor
Diversion, CIT, Peer
inclusion, SOAR success
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2010 Implementation Progress
County
Intercept and practice(s)
7. Nassau County
7. Expansion of Mental Health
8. Orange County
9. Pinellas County
Court – In-jail screening,
referrals and evaluations
8. Central Receiving Center
(CRC) – Transitional
Housing = ANCHOR
Program
9. Focused Outreach Program
with Public Defenders
Office Diversion (Reducing
the In-jail Wait List)
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2010 Implementation Progress
County
Intercept and practice(s)
10. Polk County
10. Misdemeanor Mental
11. St. Lucie County
12. Other: Sequential Intercept
Mapping without grants
Health Court, Crisis
Response Team, Forensic
Intensive Case Management
11. Expansion of Mental Health
Court, Case Management,
Excellent Data Base and
tracking
12. Hillsborough, Collier, Lee,
Pinellas - Veterans
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Emerging Local Data/ Highlights
 Alachua – 200 persons –
 Leon – Over 300 law
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
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
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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
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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
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“Class of 2011-13 Awards”
 EXPANSION
 IMPLEMENTATION
 Alachua – Blended Team
 Charlotte
 Lee County – Detox Beds
 Collier
 Miami-Dade - Benefits
 Monroe
 Orange – Link to
 Duval
Housing/Employment
 Pinellas – Detox
Program
 Flagler
 Lake
 Osceola
 Palm Beach
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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 – [email protected]
 Mark Engelhardt [email protected] 813- 974-0769
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