Louisiana Access to Recovery LA-ATR

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Louisiana Access to Recovery LA-ATR Understanding Addiction & Supporting Recovery Webinar Pastor Pythian Noah June 25, 2009

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ATR was produced as a major aspect of the President's Drug Treatment Initiative 24 Access to Recovery (ATR) gifts were granted by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)/Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) around the country OAD got an ATR give in the measure of $13.2 million, which is to be used throughout the following three (3) years to bolster recuperation to the objective populace What is ATR?

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Goals of ATR Expand limit Accessible treatment and recuperation bolster administrations Freedom of Choice Faith and Community based suppliers

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How ATR has fulfilled these objectives? Effort to open and private segment Development of an online electronic voucher framework Collect information to gauge results Uniform choice outline for level of care Recovery Support Services Best Practices Allow customer Freedom of Choice

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ATR Target Populations Adult & Juvenile Criminal Justice Population Note: Emphasis on Re-Entry and Probation/Parole Clients

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ATR-II Target Locations ADULTS New Orleans Area Baton Rouge Area Northwest LA Northeast LA ADOLESCENTS Acadiana Area Florida Parishes Area Northwest LA Northeast LA

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Expanding Capacity with ATR's OAD will likely serve 5,999 extra buyers throughout the following 3 years Clinical Treatment Services Recovery Support Services

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Client Criteria for ATR-II Target Populations (Priority Admissions) Criminal Justice Involvement in recent months Methamphetamine use in recent days (incorporates Ecstasy) *Criteria 1: Client has clinical finding of liquor as well as medication mishandle or reliance *Criteria 2: Client meets salary qualification criteria *ALL customers must meet clinical and budgetary qualification criteria

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The ATR Process Screening Assessment Treatment Recovery Support Services Care Coordination

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ATR Screening Criminal Justice Involvement (Priority Admission) Methamphetamine User (Priority Admission) Identified substance manhandle issue through screening instruments (Required for all concedes) Financial Eligibility Criteria: At or underneath 200% of the destitution level

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ATR Assessment Central Intake Unit inside Jails/Prisons and Probation/Parole Offices Intake inside ATR endorsed Treatment Agencies ASI (Addiction Severity Index) CASI (Comprehensive Adolescent Severity Inventory) Comparison Reports Available Appropriate Patient Placement Identify Recovery Support Services Needed

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ATR-II Treatment Services The accompanying Treatment Services will be given by ATR through group, confidence, open and private based DHH authorized suppliers: Outpatient Intensive Outpatient

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ATR Outpatient Treatment Services Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) Minimum of 9 hrs for each week and 3 sessions for each week Voucher will repay for 6 weeks of IOP Daytime Intensive Outpatient Treatment 3-Day ($80 per session) 4-Day ($60 per session) 5-Day ($48 per session) Outpatient Treatment Maximum of 3 outpatient sessions will be permitted every week at a rate of $30 per one-hour session Note: Additional treatment administrations 4 singular treatment sessions and 4 family treatment sessions at $50 per session

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Job Readiness Housing (License Reqr'd) Childcare (DSS Licensed) Transportation Life Skills Family Reunification Services Spiritual Support Groups Alcohol & Drug Free Social Activities Anger Management Family Education & Reunification Services Note: A greatest of $3,000 will be took into consideration recuperation bolster administrations per every voucher ATR Recovery Support Services

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Care Coordinator Available at every treatment supplier Ensures that shopper is legitimately connected to recuperation bolster administrations Ensures that purchaser effectively moves to the following level of care

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Freedom of Choice Consumer will be given a decision among a rundown of suppliers for prescribed level of care Freedom of Choice confirmation shape will be marked by shopper It is required that no less than one of the choices be of no religious alliance

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ATR Provider Eligibility Criteria Must be authorized/certify to give benefit Must have vital PC and web get to Must have EFT abilities for installment of administrations rendered Must finish obligatory OAD trainings and get to be ATR affirmed Must consent to all reporting necessities ordered by Federal government with ATR give

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Outcomes Evaluation & Reports (Seven Domains) Social Connectedness Access/Capacity Family and Living Conditions Employment/Education Crime and Criminal Justice Abstinence from Drug and Alcohol Use Retention

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LA-ATR II Statewide Outcomes Average Length of Stay in Treatment – 116 Days Completion of Treatment – 44% Over 3,700 individual served since January 2008 95 Total Providers Statewide 26 Faith-Based Organizations 16 Community-Based Organizations

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LA-ATR II Statewide Performance Outcomes at Discharge Abstinence (No illicit liquor/tranquilize use in recent days) – 87% Crime & Criminal Justice (No captures in recent days) – 99% Employment/Education – 56% Social Connectedness – 92% Stability in Housing – 41% Health/Behavioral/Social Consequences (No liquor or unlawful medication related wellbeing, behavioral, social outcomes) – 98%

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Access to Recovery (ATR) A communitarian push to help people and families recoup from the sickness of enslavement in Louisiana Pastor Pythian Noah Grace Outreach Center E-Mail: noahpythian@netzero.com Tel: (504) 494-998

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