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1 Meeting the Behavioral Health Needs of People in the Criminal Justice System Tuesday, May 19, 2015 Giovanni s Restaurant & Convention Center 610 N. Bell School Road, Rockford, Illinois 8:00 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:30 a.m. Welcome Becky Cook Kendall, Executive Director, Rockford Health Council Winnebago County Update on the Sequential Intercept Model Penny Billman, PhD., REGS Consulting The Sequential Intercept Model Michelle Rock, JD, Director, Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Justice 9:30 a.m. Intercept 0 Innovations in Treatment Access Integrating Behavioral Health in the Health Care Setting Collene Taylor, Director of Outpatient Services, Rosecrance Ware Center 10:30 a.m. Break Funding, Planning and Delivery of Behavioral Health Services Scott Block, LCPC, Executive Director, McHenry County 708 Board 10:45 a.m. Intercept 1 Law Enforcement Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training Suzanne Andriukaitis, MA, LCSW, ACSW, CIT International Board Member 12:00 p.m. Lunch Living Room Programs and Peer Recovery Barbara Kendall & Brian James, Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties 12:30 p.m. Intercept 2 Initial Detention/Initial Court Hearings Corrections Mental Health Services Megan Johnson, LCPC, Rosecrance Health Network Rethinking County Corrections Roles Melinda Fellner, Inmate Assessment Specialist, McLean County Sheriff s Office 1:30 p.m. Intercept 3 Jails/Courts Problem-Solving Courts Hon. Janet R. Holmgren, Presiding Judge of Juvenile and Problem-Solving Courts, 17 th Judicial Circuit Court 2:30 p.m. Break Utilizing Mentors and Peer Support Steve Fabbri, Assistant Director of Adult Probation, Lake County Rose Gray, Director of Adult Probation Services, Lake County 2:45 p.m. Intercept 4 Re-Entry Corrections and Community Re-entry Pam Rodriguez, President and Chief Executive Officer, TASC, Inc. Re-Entry Services for Returning Citizens Michael Davis, Executive Director of Prisoner and Family Ministry, LSSI 3:45 p.m. Intercept 5 Community Corrections Winnebago County Resource Intervention Center Jodi Gerue, Deputy Director, Winnebago County Department of Court Services Pretrial Services Division and Resource Intervention Center Integrating Parolees Justin Wilks, Supervisor, Department Of Corrections 4:45 p.m. Wrap Up and Evaluations

2 Meeting the Behavioral Health Needs of People in the Criminal Justice System Tuesday, May 19, 2015 Giovanni s Restaurant & Convention Center 610 N. Bell School Road Rockford, Illinois 8:00 p.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:30 a.m. Welcome Becky Cook Kendall, Executive Director, Rockford Health Council Winnebago County Update on the Sequential Intercept Model Penny Billman, PsyD, REGS Consulting The Sequential Intercept Model People move through the criminal justice system in predictable ways. The Sequential Intercept Model envisions a series of points of interception at which an intervention can be made to prevent individuals from entering or penetrating deeper into the criminal justice system. Using this model people have prompt access to treatment, opportunities for diversion, timely movement through the criminal justice system and linkage to community resources. Learn about some of the model programs implemented throughout the State of Illinois and how they impact access to treatment and community resources. Michelle Rock, JD, Director, Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Justice Michelle R. Rock, JD, is Director of the Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Justice, former Specialty Courts Administrator for the 17th Judicial Circuit Court, Winnebago County, Rockford, Illinois, and former Winnebago County assistant state s attorney. With over 20 years of experience in the criminal justice system, Ms. Rock has specialized in meeting the needs of persons with behavioral health disorders who are involved with the criminal justice system. The Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Justice provides training and technical assistance, shares information and develops collaborations to improve how communities respond to the needs of persons with behavioral health disorders that are involved with the criminal justice system. She is currently a member of numerous local/state taskforces and committees and she is a Board Member of the Illinois Association of Problem-Solving Courts.

3 9:30 a.m. Intercept 0 Innovations in Treatment Access 10:30 a.m. Break Integrating Behavioral Health in the Health Care Setting The integration of behavioral health in primary care requires collaboration between agencies to ensure the success of the program. Participants will learn about the foundations of integrated care, research demonstrating the effectiveness of the program, as well as clinical implications. Collene Taylor, Director of Outpatient Services, Rosecrance Ware Center Dr. Collene Taylor has nearly 20 years of experience in behavioral health, working with individuals of all ages in the mental health field. She currently works as Coordinator of Outpatient Services at the Rosecrance Ware Center, an outpatient facility offering mental health and substance use services to adults. She holds a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership and a Master s degree in Community Counseling. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. Funding, Planning and Delivery of Behavioral Health Services A Community Mental Health Board can help achieve the ultimate Intercept. Participants will learn about 708 Boards and how this funding mechanism can be used to benefit persons with behavioral health disorders. Scott Block, LCPC, Executive Director, McHenry County 708 Board Mr. Block has a Master s Degree in Counseling, is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, a Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor, a Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional and a Certified Court Manager. He is the current Executive Director of the McHenry County Mental Health Board, former Director of the Office of Special Projects for the Twenty Second Judicial Circuit Court of McHenry County, and former Director of McHenry County Public Action to Deliver Shelter (PADS). He currently sits on numerous local/state taskforces and committees and he is a Board Member of the Illinois Association of Problem-Solving Courts. 10:45 a.m. Intercept 1 Law Enforcement Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training Law enforcement officers are generally the first responders to crisis events. It is important to have individuals in law enforcement who can utilize effective strategies, insuring public safety. The Crisis Intervention Team Training provides officers with education about mental illness, as well as providing skills and tools for effectively and safely interacting with someone who is experiencing a crisis. Suzanne Andriukaitis, MA, LCSW, ACSW, CIT International Board Member Suzanne Andriukaitis holds a Bachelor's degree from Cornell University and a Master's degree from the University of Chicago, School of Social Services Administration. She joined the Illinois State Psychiatric Institute (ISPI) in 1971 and served as the

4 12:00 p.m. Lunch Coordinator of the Social Services Department from 1979 to 1981, the Administrator for the Central Research Program from 1982 to 1990, and established and directed ISPI's federally mandated Office of Research Administration from 1982 to In January 1990, Mrs. Andriukaitis was named the first Executive Director of the Chicago Consortium for Psychiatric Research. In 1994, Mrs. Andriukaitis assumed the position of Executive Director of NAMI Chicago and retired in Mrs. Andriukaitis has published and lectured extensively to professionals and paraprofessionals in the area of clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. She was a member of the team that in 2002 developed and presented a 4-hour mental health education program for all new recruits at the Chicago Police Academy. In 2004 she helped to develop the 40- hour Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training for experienced Chicago police officers and helped to develop the Advanced 40-hour Juvenile CIT training for these police officers and assisted in presenting these trainings until Mrs. Andriukaitis has served as a board member of CIT International, Inc. since Living Room Program and Peer Recovery This program offers individual and support group activities and crisis deflection services. Clients are given information and encouraged to use the principles of recovery: hope, personal responsibility, education, support, advocacy and spirituality. Barbara Kendall, AA, CRSS, Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties Barbara received her AA degree from Lakeland College. She has a (CRSS) Certified Recovery Support Specialist Credential. She is a Certified (WRAP) Wellness Recovery Action Plan Facilitator. She is also a Whole Health Access Management (WHAM) Facilitator. Brian James, BS, CRSS, Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties Brian James received his Bachelor s degree from Millikin University. He is a Certified Recovery Support Specialist (CRSS) as well as a Whole Health Action Management (WHAM) Facilitator. 12:30 p.m. Intercept 2 Initial Detention/Initial Court Hearings Corrections Mental Health Services Within the correctional setting, mental health services are provided including screenings, medication monitoring and linkage to community services and resources. Megan Johnson, LCPC, Rosecrance Health Network Megan works for Rosecrance, previously Janet Wattles Center, and provides Forensic Services in the Winnebago County Jail. She received a BS in Psychology and a MA in Clinical Psychology. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. She works closely with corrections and medical staff at the jail to maintain full time mental health services for inmates. She has also been involved in training both Winnebago County Sheriff s Department corrections officers and Rockford City Police on forensic mental

5 health issues. She has past experience in co-occurring disorders and forensic mental health in the Illinois Department of Corrections. Rethinking County Corrections Roles Corrections has a role in referral, collaboration, communication and linkage to mental health services using jail staff as a resource that in many cases is untapped. Melinda Fellner, Inmate Assessment Specialist, McLean County Sheriff s Office Melinda Fellner is the Classification Officer/Inmate Assessment Specialist for McLean County Sheriff s Office and former Inmate Counselor for the McLean Detention Facility. She received her MS in Criminal Justice Sciences. Ms. Fellner is a member of the McLean County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. The CJCC was organized as a means of fostering collaboration and communication between criminal justice agencies and partners who educate, inform, and explore best practices together to continually improve the administration of justice. Additionally, Ms. Fellner is a member of the Adult Treatment Court Collaborative and the McLean County Jail Review Committee. She has contributed to the National Institute of Corrections studies entitled Transformation Transfer Initiative and Jail Mental health Assessment of McLean County, both of which were conducted to prepare for the expansion of the facility and the creation of an efficient and effective Jail Mental Health Unit that will serve as a model to other correctional facilities. 1:30 p.m. Intercept 3 Jails/Courts Problem-Solving Courts Problem-solving courts were developed as an innovative response to work with offenders with specific needs such as mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Research has demonstrated that problem-solving courts dramatically reduce recidivism and improve the quality of life for the individual offender and the community by offering treatment and intensive supervision as an alternative to warehousing an offender in jail or prison. Hon. Janet R. Holmgren, Presiding Judge of Juvenile and Problem-Solving Courts, 17 th Judicial Circuit Court Janet Holmgren is the Presiding Judge of the Juvenile and Problem-Solving Courts Division of the 17 th Judicial Circuit Court. She currently presides over the Adult Drug Court, the Therapeutic Intervention Program (TIP) Mental Health Court, Veterans Court, Family Drug Court, Youth Recovery Court, and juvenile abuse and neglect and delinquency cases in Boone County. Judge Holmgren was appointed as an Associate Judge in 1995 and elected Circuit Judge in She is a member of the Illinois Supreme Court Special Advisory Committee on Mental Health and Justice Planning, the Advisory Board for the Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Justice, the Illinois Supreme Court Judicial Conference Committee for Criminal Law and Probation, the board of the Illinois Association of Problem-solving Courts and the Illinois Juvenile Justice Leadership Council. From 2007 to 2012, Judge Holmgren served as the Chief Judge of the 17 th Circuit Court.

6 2:30 p.m. Break Utilizing Mentors and Peer Support Mentors and Peer Support are important components to the Drug Court, Veterans Treatment and Assistance Court, and Mental Health Court in Lake County. Mentors are able to address the individual needs of consumers seeking support, emanating from their own experiences with the criminal justice system and barriers to recovery. Steve Fabbri, Assistant Director of Adult Probation, Lake County Steve is the Assistant Director of Adult Probation, Lake County, 19 th Judicial Circuit Court. He is presently assigned to Specialty Courts, Intensive Probation Supervision (IPS) and Probation Field Supervision (Surveillance). Prior he supervised Pre-Trial and Pre-Sentence Investigations Units. Steve has a Master of Arts in Management and a Bachelor s of Liberal Arts and Sciences in Criminal Justice. Rose Gray, Director of Adult Probation Services, Lake County Rosemarie Gray, Director of Lake County Adult Probation began her career as a probation officer with Lake County Adult Probation in She has worked in various positons within Adult Probation. She supervised a caseload and was assigned to the mental health and sex offender units, conducted Pre-Sentence Investigation and worked in Pretrial Services. She was promoted to Assistant Director in 1997 and supervised Pretrial Services. She was involved in Drug Court in 2006 until she transferred to supervise general field officers. In 2010 she was appointed Director of Adult Probation. She received a Bachelor s Degree in Psychology and a Master s Degree in Management. 2:45 p.m. Intercept 4 Re-Entry Corrections and Community Re-Entry National and local re-entry statistics will be reviewed emphasizing the need for reentry support. Evidence-based practices related to re-entry for people with behavioral health conditions will be identified and state and local area re-entry partnerships and projects will be reviewed. Pam Rodriguez, President and Chief Executive Officer, TASC, Inc. TASC, Inc. of Illinois is a statewide, nonprofit case management agency that serves adults and youth with substance use and mental health disorders. Ms. Rodriguez oversees TASC's public policy, research and service delivery to nearly 25,000 individuals each year who are referred to TASC by Illinois courts, corrections, and child welfare systems. She was appointed in 2007 to serve as a practitioner member of the Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, is a member of the Juvenile Justice Leadership Council, the Illinois Alcoholism and Drug Dependency Advisory Council, Governor Rauner s Criminal Justice and Sentencing Reform Commission, and an advisory board member of the Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Justice. Ms. Rodriguez earned her master's degree in Social Service Administration from the University of Chicago.

7 Re-Entry Services for Returning Citizens Re-Entry Services for Returning Citizens is a multi-faceted statewide program that supports people released from prison as they transition back into the community. Re- Entry Services connect returning citizens to needed supportive assistance and help them successfully adjust to living back in their community. All of the core components are designed to provide transitioning individuals with job knowledge and experience, a support system, and a stable life. Michael Davis, Executive Director of Prisoner and Family Ministry, LSSI Mr. Davis is the Associate Executive Director for Lutheran Social Services (LSSI) of Illinois. Serving Illinois since 1867, LSSI is a statewide, not-for-profit social service agency. 3:45 p.m. Intercept 5 Community Corrections Winnebago County Resource Intervention Center The Winnebago County Resource Intervention Center (RIC) houses comprehensive services for individuals involved in the criminal justice system. It utilizes evidencebased practices which address the identified criminogenic needs for the moderate and high risk individual on probation or pre-trial supervision. Jodi Gerue, Deputy Director, Winnebago County Department of Court Services, Pretrial Services Division and Resource Intervention Center As Deputy Director, Resource Intervention Center, Jodi is responsible for developing and implementing new programming, coordinating treatment with service providers and community agencies. Prior, Jodi was Deputy Director, Pretrial Services Division, Supervisor of Winnebago County Adult Probation and Senior Probation Officer, Therapeutic Intervention Program. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Blackburn College, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Integrating Parolees Effective health and reintegration policy for individuals on parole must integrate the problems and issues of long-term involvement in correctional and criminal life into programs and interventions for these individuals. Justin Wilks, Supervisor, Department Of Corrections 4:45 p.m. Wrap Up and Evaluations

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