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					SHOW ME THE MONEY

      Sustainability:
   Accessing Resources for
  Your Drug Court Program
       What You Need to Do

   Develop a Funding Plan

   Sustainability Leads to Institutionalization
    Words of Wisdom

“Money isn’t everything, but it ranks
right up there with air”.
        Judge Payne from Indianapolis, Indiana
             INVENTORY: MAPPING COMMUNITY
                  RESOURCES EXERCISE
                           Law Enforcement/Probation                 Recreational/Libraries                Mental Health Services
                           _____________________                     _____________________                 ________________________
                           _____________________
                                                                     _____________________                 ________________________
                           _____________________
        Family Therapy                                 Government Agencies/Officials
        _____________________                          ____________________________         Social Services
        _____________________                            ___________________________
                                                                                            ____________________
                                                                                            ____________________ Service Organizations
                                  Community Foundations                                                          _____________________
                                  _______________________
                                  _______________________
     Faith Community                                                                                             _____________________
     _____________________
     _____________________
                                                                             Drug                                        Housing
                         Schools/Colleges/Universities                       Court                                       _____________________
                         _______________________                                                                         _____________________
                         _______________________


Arts                                                                                                          Mentoring Programs
_____________________                Health                                                                   _____________________
                                                                          Employment/Job Training
_____________________               ________________________                                                  _____________________
                                     _____________________                _____________________
                                                                          ________________________

                                                                                                                        Treatment
 Residents                           Transportation                            Literacy Programs                        _____________________
                                                                               _____________________
 _____________________               ____________________                       _____________________
_____________________


                                          Businesses
                                         _____________________                                     Community-Based Organizations
                                         _____________________                                     _____________________________
                                                                                                   ________________________
    When was it last conducted?

   Informal vs. Formal
    – Informal is ongoing, based on client(s) need.
    – Formal may've been completed during
      planning stages.
    – Should be revisited annually

   Results of last effort should be made
    available to all team members
      FEDERAL MONETARY
         RESOURCES
   Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)
    – Justice Assistant Grants (JAG)
    – Residential Substance Abuse Grants (RSAT)
    – Drug Courts Discretionary Grants
   Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services
    Administration (SAMHSA)
    – Targeted Capacity Expansion Grant (TCE)
    – Recovery Community Service Program (RCSP)
   Housing and Urban Development
   Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) and
    Treatment (CSAT)
    When was it last conducted?

   Informal vs. Formal
    – Informal is ongoing, based on client(s) need.
    – Formal may've been completed during
      planning stages.
    – Should be revisited annually

   Results of last effort should be made
    available to all team members
        STATE MONETARY
          RESOURCES
   Administrative Office of the Courts
   State Drug Court Associations
   State Alcohol & Drug Abuse Agencies
    – Substance Abuse Prevention Treatment
      (SAPT) block grants
   State Traffic Safety Department
   State Corrections Agencies
   State Legislatures
   Tobacco Settlement Money
   Medicaid and Managed Care
        LOCAL MONETARY
          RESOURCES

   County & City government
    – County/City commissioners
    – Police agencies
    – Sheriffs department
   Bar Associations (DA Associations)
   501 c (3) [Non-profits]
       OTHER MONETARY
         RESOURCES

 Client Fees
 Corporations and Private Foundations
 Individual Donors
 Fundraising events
     WHY ENGAGE THE
      COMMUNITY?

Community partners can help
your court access funds and
identify non-monetary
resources.
    IDENTIFYING RESOURCES IN
        YOUR COMMUNITY

 Identify organizations, institutions,
  businesses in your jurisdiction.
 Inventory what resources each might
  contribute to your drug court program.
 Identify who is responsible for
  outreach.
 Team involvement is essential.
METHODS FOR CONNECTING
  WITH THE COMMUNITY

 Formalize linkages through an oversight
  or steering committee
 Conduct drug court education programs
         Quality Assurance

 Identify barriers to successful operation
 Establish standards for review of
  programs
 Monitor use, quality and effectiveness
  of programs and services
            Start Now!
 Make a plan and a back-up plan
 Be creative, imagine the unimaginable
 Remember, money is not the only
  resource
           Resources
    WHERE TO FIND FUNDING?
 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
  (www.cfda.gov)
 Federal Register
 Department of Justice Resource Center
  (1.800.421.6770 or www.ojp.usdoj.gov)
 The Foundation Center
  (www.fdncenter.org)
           Resources
          Foundations
 All Kids Foundation (Rosie O’Donnell),
  www.rosie.warnerbros.com/cmp/allkids
  Spencer Foundation (AOD Research)
  (312) 337-7000
 Bass Hotel and Resorts (run Holiday
  Inns) (978) 664-1100
 Nike’s PLAY Foundation (sporting
  activities), (800) 929-7529
        Non-Monetary Sources
             Strategies
 Solicit incentive donations from local
  movie theatre, zoo, glamour shots,
  NBA/NFL/NHL or other leagues, bowling
  alleys, restaurants, Baskin Robbins, etc.
 Wal-mart, Kmart, SAM’s Club, Target or
  other local stores
 Get on the mailing list for NAER
  (309-343-0704)
          Non-Monetary Sources
               Strategies
   Recreational therapy (Boys and Girls Club,
    YMCA, etc.

   Literacy programs to provide tutoring or
    retired teachers to donate time tutoring
    clients.

   Local churches offer parent support group or
    teen support group

				
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