Many jurisdictions release a large percentage of high-risk defendants, while detaining many low-risk defendants. Understanding State and Federal Grant writing webinar webinar. With millions of newly eligible Americans now having access to both health and behavioral health care services, meeting this demand will require providers to look at innovative new approaches and toward maximizing what the evidence says about effectiveness of current practices.
Below are webinar descriptions and supporting materials for this series. Pre-release and Reentry Into the Community. This webinar highlights collaborative approaches to justice information sharing that respect tribal sovereignty and traditions while providing public safety to all citizens.
This webinar covered key tools in the planning process, such as SWOT analysis strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats and the sequential intercept model SIMa tool policymakers use to identify key points for intercepting and linking individuals with behavioral health issues to programs and services that will help prevent their further penetration into the criminal justice system.
In addition, speakers discuss how these planning efforts have led to the integration of health insurance enrollment, improved awareness of behavioral health needs, increased health insurance literacy and the development of an information sharing portal to help track justice and health super-utilizers.
This webinar explores what the science says works in helping individuals with opioid use disorders. In addition to providing a national perspective, the webinar will highlight a successful John School in Waco, Texas.
Food trucks have been readily adopted by communities around the country and are increasingly being used by school food service programs to increase participation, engage communities, and create financial sustainability.
We first highlighted recent efforts by the U. The Evidence Behind Swift and Certain Sanctions in Community Supervision, will explore the effects of this model and Grant writing webinar one local and one statewide project that have substantially implemented the model as part of their community supervision strategies.
Implementation Science and the Importance of Fidelity: Non-members may participate for a fee. In addition, this webinar highlighted efforts currently underway in the corrections field to take advantage of Medicaid eligibility expansion.
With over two decades of school district administration experience, Nancy will guide you through the critical areas for fiscally managing your program while taking on new challenges of scratch cooking, facility acquisition and improvement, assessing revenue opportunities and more.
Unfortunately, implementation is not an easy task. The third in our series on implementation of the Affordable Care Act, this webinar highlights the work underway in four states and hear how multiple state and local justice system partners have sought to use federal Medicaid funds to enhance state and local system outcomes.
The Evidence Behind Swift and Certain Sanctions in Community Supervision Download slides Historically, many community supervision agencies have had few meaningful intermediate sanctions for when offenders are found in violation; agencies have had the unenviable task of trying to improve offender accountability with few tools to increase compliance.
In the world of federal appropriations and legislation you need to know how policy changes and funding impact you and your work.
Title 1 public and private schools in the US are eligible to apply. Advanced Information Sharing Presented by Paul Wormeli, former executive director of the IJIS Institute, this webinar focused on national trends in technology and moving from data aggregation and warehousing to analysis and predictive capabilities.
Implementation science, however, can help practitioners tackle implementation challenges so the promise of EBPs can be more fully realized. In an effort to enhance offender accountability, many localities over the last decade have tested programs to improve the speed and certainty of intermediate sanctions.
Medicaid Enrollment Strategies within the Criminal Justice System, will discuss how justice agencies at the state and local level have developed different Medicaid strategies to link their populations with access to health and behavioral health coverage. SAC is an approach to community supervision pretrial, probation, and parole that employs swift responses to violations of the conditions of supervision, with certain but modest sanctions.
Changing the Way Kids View School Lunch Increasing high school student lunch participation is a challenging issue for school food programs.
This webinar discusses how recent legislation has affected tribal courts and the tribal defender community and will examine how two tribal defender initiatives are enhancing the provision of justice and improving perceptions of procedural fairness.
Evidence-based programs and practices EBPs still have to be implemented with fidelity and integrity in order to be successful. Leveraging JAG Funds for Successful Reentry This webinar highlighted two home-grown initiatives that lower recidivism and save taxpayers money.
In addition, this webinar discusses state and federal resources available to support indigent defense in tribal courts. Upcoming Webinars We are working on our next webinar. Addressing the Intersection Between Behavioral Health and the Criminal Justice System looks at two state-level strategies aimed at preventing those with chronic mental illness from either entering or returning to state and local justice systems.
Amy will join us and discuss recipe writing in the scratch-cooking environment; creating menu cycles that feature your favorite farm to school ingredients; navigating The Lunch Box recipe database and more.
The webinar focuses on barriers that tribes face in gaining access to national databases and what steps tribes can take to help overcome these challenges. Under the leadership of Mr. Enhancing Public Safety through Employment highlighted multiple strategies for building workforce development and job reediness into reentry service models.
Designed to further their mission, the Budding Botanist grant will help our youngest citizens learn about plants, explore their world and inspire them to take care of the life they discover in their local ecosystems.A notice is sent to our email list when grant cycles open.
Subscribe HERE if you wish to be placed on the list to receive grants news. The Youth Garden Grant is an award designed to support school and youth educational garden projects that enhance the quality of life for students and their communities. Any nonprofit organization, public or private school, or youth program in the United States planning a new garden program or expanding an established one that serves at least 15 youth between the ages of 3 and 18 is.
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