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									                                             Minutes
             Recovery Support Services Sub-Committee Meeting
                                    ATR-I Alliance
                       Location: Vineyard Christian Fellowship
                          November 17, 2004            10 AM to 3 PM




Members Present:
Shawn Scudder, Co- Cahir
Lindy High, Dept of Education
Terry Pappin, IDHW Substance Abuse Program
Terry Blum, Salud y Provencho
Ed Van Dusen, IDHW Child Care Licensing
Lorie Brisbin, IDOC Parole Coordinator
Tammy Payne, IDHW, Healthy Families Nampa :Project
Pharis Stanger, Program Manager, IDHW Substance Abuse Program
John Kirsch, IDHW Substance Abuse Program


Presenter   Activity                         Outcome                     Assignment
Shawn       Open/Introductions               Information                 none
Scudder
Pharis      Ppt - ATR-I „101‟ - an           Information and             none
Stanger     overview of the Grant            Discussion
            Application
John        Ppt - RSS Overview and           Information and             Use in Prioritization
Kirsch      Definitions                      Discussion                  exercise later in the
                                                                         meeting
Pharis      Target Populations defined       Information for             Use in Prioritization
Stanger     by RFA and by State Need         discussion and decision     Process
John                                         making                      Later in the meeting
Kirsch
Tammy       Prioritization Exercise from     Developed a list of         John Kirsch - Type up
Payne       a List of Recovery Support       Priority Services.          Priority list for RSS
            Services in the RFA (See         Identified which services   Sub-committee
            list below!)                     are require, which          Members and send to
                                             services are provided by    sub-committee
                                             other entities              members and for next
                                                                         meeting
                                                                         Prioritized List Follows



Terry        “Intervention” was identified   Terry Pappin                Terry will develop a
Pappin      as a priority in Previous        Volunteered to Facilitate   strategy plan to
            Prioritization Exercise which    Adolescent Focus            implement this project
            focuses on Adolescents           Groups to ask youth
                                             what they needed from
                                             the ATR treatment and
                                             RSS system
Pharis       Facilitated Discussion:       Next meeting to focus on   John Kirsch forward
Stanger,     RSS falling under current     developing standards       minutes to all members
             standards. Those RSS with                                of the sub-committee.
             no current Idaho standards.                              John – Identify
                                                                      standards that currently
                                                                      apply to individual RSS.
                                                                      Pharis, contact
                                                                      NASADAD counterparts
                                                                      to
                                                                      Determine if other states
                                                                      have developed
                                                                      standards
                                                                      for services not currently
                                                                      covered in IDAPA rule.
3:00 PM      Adjourn

Attachments:
Agenda
Prioritized list of RSS

Legend
RSS – Recovery Support Services
Ppt – Power Point



                                 Recovery Support Services
                                     To be prioritized



   These are the services to be prioritized.

      Intervention
      Substance Abuse Education
      Family/Marital counseling
      Family services, including marriage educations, and parenting and child
       development
      Pre-employment Counseling
      Relapse Prevention
      Continuing care (including face to face and telephone-based continuing care
       counseling)
      Outreach
      Individual services coordination, providing linkages with other services (legal
       services, TANF social services, food, stamps, etc.
      Recovery Coaching including stage-appropriate recovery education, assistance in
       recovery management, telephone monitoring, etc.
      Family support and child care
      Transportation to and from treatment, recovery support activities, employment,
       etc.
      Self help and support groups, such as 12 step groups, SMART Recovery, Women
       for Sobriety, peer to peer counseling and support services
      Spiritual support Employment coaching
      Supportive transitional drug free housing services (Adult)

These items have already been budgeted in the Grant

      Alcohol/Drug testing (Budgeted in the Grant-required)
      Supportive transitional drug free housing services Adolescent
       (Transition housing for adolescents has already been budgeted in the Grant)Case
      Management (units budgeted at all levels of clinical treatment services and for
       RSS)
               Prioritized Recovery Support Services –
              Selected to be Funded with ATR – I Dollars
                                           by
           Recovery Support Service Sub-Committee on 11-17-04
1.      Supportive Transition Housing - adult) (6 stars)
2.      Intervention - :Pre-treatment Educations Link Adolescents (51/2 stars)
3.      Family/Marriage Education/Life Skills (5 stars)
4.      Transportation (5 stars)
5.      Child Care (3 stars)

Not selected as Priority Services for RSS funding.
Those services already funded with which we can likely partner
Employment Coaching – IDVR, TANF, Commerce/Labor Department
Substance Abuse Education – A Clinical Function or provided administratively in the
Portal
Family/Marital counseling – not approved for funding at this time
Pre-employment Counseling – Job service, IDVR
Relapse Prevention – A Clinical Function
Continuing care (face to face and telephone-based continuing care counseling)
       A clinical Function
Outreach – Administratively Funded
Individual services coordination, providing linkages with other services (legal services,
TANF social services, food, stamps, etc. – Occurs under required Case Management)
Recovery Coaching – both clinical and provided in community without use of RSS $)
Including stage-appropriate recovery education, assistance in recovery management,
telephone monitoring, etc.(revisit)
Self help and support groups, such as 12 step groups, SMART Recovery, Women for
       Sobriety, peer to peer counseling and support services – Occurs without funding
       Reintroduce Vermont secular Model for Rural communities!
Spiritual support (not sure of what this means)
Individual services coordination, providing linkages with other services (legal services,
TANF social services, food, stamps, etc. – Occurs under required Case Management)

Grant Required Recovery Support Services
Alcohol/Drug testing
Supportive transitional drug free housing services – Adolescent
Case Management

Pharis and John- Assignment

John , check with state agencies etc. where the prioritized serviced may already be
being provided and for which there are standards in placePharis, check with
NASADAD Counterparts on how these services are being funding in their states.


                         Recovery Support Services
            Recovery Support Service          Standards Exist         Need to Establish
                                             and where found
                                Priority Services
                   Selected for Funding with ATR-I Dollars
1     Supportive Transition Housing -        Oxford Model, local
      adult)                                 standards
2     Intervention: Pre-treatment            SA Prevention          Terry Pappin
      Educations Link Adolescents            Standards, ASAM-
                                             PPC2R
3     Family/Marriage Education/Life                                Tammy Payne
      Skills
4     Transportation                         See Medicaid and
                                             ITD Guidelines
5     Child Care                             IDAPA                  Ed Van Dusen
                                             16.06.02.300 with
                                             variations county to
                                             county, city to city
                                             and region to region
                 Grant Required Recovery Support Services
6     Alcohol/Drug testing                   Follow Chain of
                                             Custody IDAPA
                                             16.06.03 or 02
                                             Partner with Law
                                             Enforcement for
                                             Corrections

7     Supportive transitional drug free      IDAPA 16.06.02         Ed Van
      housing services – Adolescent -        Health and Safety      Dusen
      akin to halfway house for adults
8    Case Management                         “Case Management”
                                             Bureau of
                                             Occupational
                                             Licensing. NASW
                                             BSW, MSW,
                                             LCSW, ACSW
           Not selected as Priority Services for RSS funding.
     Those services already funded with which we can likely partner
9    Employment Coaching – IDVR,
     TANF, Commerce/Labor
     Department
10   Substance Abuse Education – A           IDAPA 16.06.03
     Clinical Function or provided
     administratively in the Portal
11   Family/Marital Counseling – not         Professional
     approved for funding at this time       Licensing
12   Pre-employment Counseling – Job
     service, IDVR
13   Relapse Prevention – A Clinical
     Function
14   Continuing care (face to face and       IDAPA 16.06.03
     telephone-based continuing care
     counseling) - a clinical function
15   Outreach – Administratively             None
     Funded
16   Individual services coordination,       “Case Management”
     providing linkages with other           Bureau of
     services (legal services, TANF          Occupational
     social services, food, stamps, etc. –   Licensing. NASW
     Occurs under required Case              BSW, MSW,
     Management)                             LCSW, ACSW

17   Recovery Coaching – both clinical                           need
     and provided in community without
     use of RSS $) - Including stage-
     appropriate recovery education,
     assistance in recovery management,
     telephone monitoring, etc.(revisit)

18   Self help and support groups, such
     as 12 step groups, SMART
     Recovery, Women for Sobriety, peer
     to peer counseling and support
     services – Occurs without funding
             Reintroduce Vermont secular
     Model for Rural communities!
19   Spiritual support (not sure of what
     this means)
20   Other:
     Community Based Peer to Peer

								
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