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					OJJDP TRIBAL JUVENILE
DETENTION & REENTRY
       MEETING

   April 6 & 7, 2011
 Choctaw, Mississippi
    SOUTHERN PLAINS
   BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
       SERVICES

    Mission Statement:
Strengthening Individuals,
Families, and Communities
Southern Plains
MISSION OFFICE
     Serving South Central
         South Dakota

Gregory, Mellette, Todd, Tripp Counties
   Including a Safe Schools Healthy
Students Partnership with Todd County
     School & Community Partners
             WHO WE ARE…

Community Mental Health Center
Comprehensive Outpatient behavioral health
 care
 Serve individuals/families/communities with issues
  related to stress/relationships/PTSD/trauma
 CHARACTERISTICS OF SPBHS
 Private non-profit
 Locally governed
 Authorized by the CMHC Act of 1963
 Regulated under the provisions of ARSD 46:20
 Contract with SDDSS to serve target populations
 Accredited by DHS
 Multi-disciplinary practices
 Provide 24/7 on-call crisis services
          WHAT WE DO…………
   Adult mental health services SMI
   Children’s services SED
   Outpatient
   Psychiatric care
   Group counseling
   Individual counseling
   Family Counseling
   Aggression Management
   Common Sense Parenting
   Systems of Care for Children/Families
   Community Education & Awareness
   24-hour Emergency Services
   Co-occurring Services
        ADULT SERVICES
 Outpatient
 Emergency/crisis intervention
 Psychiatric/Medication Management
 Continuous Assistance, Rehabilitation and
  Education Program (CARE)
 Programs of Assertive Community Treatment
  (IMPACT)
 Residential/Transitional
 Co-occurring
        CHILDREN’S
  MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
 In-home, individual therapy
 In-home family education/support/therapy
 Out of home therapy
 Crisis intervention
 Case management
 Assessment and evaluation
 Psychological evaluation
 Group therapy
OUT OF HOME THERAPY




Southern Plains Caseworker and Client
CO-OCCURRING SERVICES

   Substance Abuse/Addiction Services
   Screening/assessment
   Prevention
   Early Intervention
   Outpatient/intensive outpatient
   Continuing care
   Case management/referral
   Lo-intensity residential/referral
   Intensive inpatient/referral
    PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES

•   History
•   Registered Nurse Aftercare
•   Telemedicine Pilot
•   Safe Schools Healthy Student Grant
•   Child Psychiatry
•   Increase in psychiatry
PSYCHIATRIST
     SYSTEMS OF CARE
         PROCESS

 Children-earlier intervention
 Child/Adolescent and Family Formation of
  child/family team
 Team commitment to UNCONDITIONAL
  treatment
 Team develops individualized plan
 Services are comprehensive, community-based,
  culturally-competent
JUVENILE DEPARTMENT OF
     CORRECTIONS
     SYSTEMS OF CARE
       CORE VALUES

Child/Family Focused
Strength Based
Needs Dictate Services
Cultural Sensitivity
Evidence-based Practice
Community Based
Natural Environment
      SYSTEMS OF CARE
    TREATMENT RECOVERY
           PLAN

• Driven by child/family NEEDS
• Based on child/family STRENGTHS
• Focuses on BASIC HUMAN NEEDS
• Addresses needs in 3 or more LIFE
  DOMAIN areas
• Identifies OUTCOME measures
CITY OF MISSION
SINTE GLESKA UNIVERSITY
          SYSTEMS OF CARE
          BLENDED SERVICES
• Address physical, emotional, social, vocational, family, spiritual
• Agencies collaborate for planning, developing & coordinating
  services
• Individualized services
• Early identification & intervention
• Families involved in all aspects of planning and delivery
• Services provided sensitive to cultural differences & special needs
• Transition to adult service as children reach maturity
• Provide in least restrictive environment
• Advocacy for children/youth rights
• Multiple services delivered in therapeutic manner
 PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF
    TELE-PSYCHIATRY WITH SAFE
SCHOOLS HEALTHY STUDENT PROJECT
 Collaborate with Safe Schools Healthy Partners
 Todd County School, Children’s Court & Juvenile
  Justice, Rosebud Sioux Tribe Law Enforcement, Sinte
  Gleska University Reclaiming Futures
 Identify needs/Conduct Community Needs Assessment
 Prioritize needs identified in Needs Assessment
 Identify community partners, resources and services
 Develop infrastructure to promote efficiency and create
  collaborative process to support and utilize programs
  currently in place
 SAFE SCHOOLS
HEALTHY STUDENT




Coordinator/Med Management
      Judy Bartels RN
    TODD COUNTY SCHOOLS
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        TELE-PSYCHIATRY
Trials and assessment of system reliability
Child and family involvement
RN medication management & Case
 management
Evaluation of process
Make changes as necessary
          TELE-MED




JUDY RN              DIONE RN
         ACHIEVEMENTS
Positive outcomes & challenges
Number of families served
Increase in staff
Update tele-medicine system
Increase in & strengthening of
 partnerships/teams in the communities &
 state
              ACHIEVMENTS

 Reduction in gaps in services/less duplication of services
 Stronger partnerships result in better outcomes for
  everyone-children/families/programs/professionals
 Decrease in number of suicides and attempts
 Increase in services plus increase in collaboration and
  networking of partners
 State commitment to fund services following completion
  of Safe Schools Healthy Student Project
 Flex funding
Mission Bike Giveaway
                       PARTNERS

 Todd County School Administration, staff, counselors & alternative
  education
 Rosebud Sioux Tribe Education
 Rosebud Sioux Tribe JDC & Courts
 Rosebud Sioux Tribe Law Enforcement
 Sinte Gleska University
 Rosebud Indian Health Services ER, Mental Health & other health
  care
 Co-occurring partners Rosebud Sioux Tribe Drug and Alcohol
  Program/ Main Gate
 Cultural partners-Sweats, prayer ceremonies, Lakota language,
 Rosebud Sioux Tribe and State Social Services
          STRESS
   AND A GLASS OF WATER
How heavy is a glass of water
Hold it for a minute
Hold it for an hour
Hold it for a day

				
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