For Assistance Contact:
Tiffany Hopkins, Jail Services Team Lead 641-828-2238 ext 3869 or email@example.com
Vision: to provide an opportunity for treatment services to individuals with brain health and co-occurring substance use disorders who have come into contact with the criminal justice system.
The program works to connect individuals to the appropriate level of community based treatment for their brain health and co-occurring needs in hopes of improving their overall quality of life and reducing their involvement in the criminal justice system.
Program Goals: -Identify individuals with brain health and co-occurring disorders through referrals and screenings. -Connect Individuals to community based agencies and services. -Provide short term, intensive case monitoring. -Reduce the number of incarcerated persons with brain health and co-occurring disorders in the jails through out the CROSS Region.
Program Requirements: -18 years or older -Voluntary agreement to participate in the program. -Mental Health disorder, co-occurring disorder, intellectual disability and or developmental delay. -Legal Eligibility: Based on collaboration between the county attorney, defense attorney, JA staff, probation/parole officer and the judge.