NC TASC Effective Case Management for Improved Offender System Outcomes September 30, 2004 Annapolis, Maryland

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NC TASC Effective Case Management for Improved Offender & System Outcomes September 30, 2004 Annapolis, Maryland

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Structured Sentencing Act Truthful & predictable sentencing that projects asset needs Established 3 types of discipline Established statutory continuum of assents Eliminated optional parole Established model for coordinating sentences & resources SSA-related Expansions Largest Expansion of probation assets in 60 year history - 900+ positions Enhanced TASC Expansion - 1.8 mil established 13 new projects

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Type of Punishment Imposed Felonies In 1993, Average Sentence served - 16 Months Under SSA, Average Sentence served - 34 Months * SOURCE: NC Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission ** SOURCE: 1993 Pre-Structured Sentencing Data

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NC Problem Statement Use of criminal equity & treatment assets Complex customers: testing behavioral wellbeing needs & genuine results of disappointment Recidivism & backslide are basic Unmanaged cases, unfamiliar results Service accessibility & viability Prison pop  guilty parties entering group in expanding numbers  different unsuccessful tx & jail confirmations Budget setbacks & no developments Need choices to enhance access to & maintenance in treatment, while saving open security

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Evolving Solution Our Common Goal: Safely oversee high-chance, high-require wrongdoers in the group Treatment System Needs: Less dependence on foundations Better asset usage & administration Increased people group limit Effective treatment, intercessions & case administration Justice System Needs: Effective & accessible care Regular correspondence Offender & treatment responsibility

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OFFENDER MANAGEMENT MODEL OMM ONE OFFENDER - ONE CASE PLAN - ONE TEAM DHHS DOC TASC DCC Balances Intervention Opportunities gave through DMHDDSAS & Controlled Supervision gave through DCC

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NC Offender Management Model Target Population I Punishment, C Punishments at-hazard for Revocation, Post-Releasees who finished a jail tx program Standard TASC Screening & Assessment Individual Case Planning by Probation & TASC Control, Care & Service Management Team staffings with shared basic leadership between Probation & TASC

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North Carolina Criminal Justice Planning Flow Chart Arrest Pre-Trial Hearing Pre-Sentence Hearing Trial/Sentencing Div of Prisons/Post-Release Div of Community Corrections Referred to Other Services NC Offender Management Model (OMM) Clinical Assessment CBI Employment Mental Health Services Individualized Case Plan Education/Voc Training Transportation Substance Abuse Svcs Housing/Food/Clothing Medical Services EXIT MODEL Continuous Case Management and Case Staffing Figure 1. NC Criminal Justice Flow Chart

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NC Continuum of Sanctions, Supervision & Care Split Sentence Community Detention Drug Court Enhanced Intensive Residential Tx House Arrest Day Reporting Center Enhanced Traditional Probation Contempt of Court (all supervision & tx levels) Cost & Intensity Cost & Intensity Cost & Intensity Level 1 Care Management w/Tx Level 6 & Aftercare Services Intermediate I Punishment Post-Release C Failures Sex Offenders Domestic Violence High Risk/High Need DWIs No Tx Therapeutic Community Residential Tx Intensive Outpatient Tx Level 1, 2 or 3 Care Management w/Tx Level 4 or 5 Level 1 or 2 Care Management w/Tx Level 3 Level 1 Care Management w/Tx Level 2 Community C Punishment Unsupervised Failures Low Risk/Low Need DWIs PSIs & Targeting for Courts Outpatient Treatment Education & Urinalysis Traditional Probation Deferred Prosecution Treatment Matching Assessment Screening No Treatment TASC SANCTIONS TREATMENT SUPERVISION

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Objectives of OMM Seamless arrangement of watch over the arrangement of administrations to guilty parties, enhancing access to treatment for equity customers Clarify parts & duties in giving control & treatment, disposing of duplication Target constrained assets to the right customers: Combine endeavors to ensure powerful usage of constrained assets with a group approach & shared basic leadership Emphasize quality over amount Develop facilitated data frameworks Ensure staff are prepared to actualize the OMM Reduce rates of disavowal for specialized & tranquilize infringement, while expanding responsibility & group security Increase productivity & enhance customer results

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Philosophy & Principles Processes & Policies & Protocols Programs Developing & Maintaining an Integrated Approach

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ELEMENTS OF SUCCESSFUL COLLABORATION Convergence of requirements Commitment - shared regard, understanding & trust Vision - shared mission; shared destinations & methodologies Willingness to reexamine strategies/methodology Communication - impart w/& include staff Resources - duty of money related & human Regular gatherings w/different support bringing about decisions (every single key framework & the right individuals) Clearly characterized parts & obligations Information & a typical dialect On-going oversight w/consistent input to a counseling bunch Formal Service Agreements - conventions & MOUs Formalized framework for strife determination

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CHALLENGES TO SUCCESSFUL COLLABORATION Separate Systems with Seemingly Disparate Goals Competitive Markets Lack of/Limited Communication Duplicative Services Revolving Door Treatment & Correctional Systems Inadequate Funding Limited Number of Service Providers Limited Service Capacity, incorporating Limited Effective Services practically speaking Restricted Availability of specific Levels of Care & excess of different Levels of Care Limited Specialized Services Insufficient Aftercare & Transition Services

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The Bottom Line What do you need? What do your accomplices need? Recognize assets to be shared Establish normal settings for correspondence & critical thinking

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What is TASC? A program demonstrate & strategy that scaffolds two separate frameworks: equity & treatment. The equity framework's lawful authorizations reflect group attentiveness toward open security, while treatment accentuates restorative connections as a methods for evolving conduct.

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TASC Core Services Screening & Clinical Assessment Service Determination & Referral Care Planning, Coordination & Management Reporting to Justice System

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Strategic Individualized Case Planning Other Services Treatment Referral Other Services Monitoring Reporting to Referral Source TASC Care Management Model Comprehensive Clinical Assessment

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TASC Person-Centered Client Flow Client alluded out No Services Needed Services Refused Non-TASC Services Needed TASC Care Management TASC Eligibility Determination Service Screening High-Risk High-Need Client Reporting, Monitoring Assessment Person Centered Planning Referral to Services Client Identification Low-Risk, Low-Need Client Referral to intercession Referral to different administrations TASC reporting

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TASC Key Concepts Facilitates correspondence between frameworks Based on clinical & bolster needs, not just medicinal need Develops & keeps up linkages with an assortment of group assets Incorporates equity framework dialect & objectives Balances control & treatment Active connections - customer, probation, treatment, group administrations Utilizes the impact of lawful approvals to draw in & hold guilty parties in treatment Positive result situated for customers, and in addition treatment & equity frameworks

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TASC Nationally 1962 - Robinson v. California - dependence is a sickness, not a wrongdoing 1970s - Federal government creates model to interfere with medication wrongdoing cycle - Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime 1972 - first TASC program in Wilmington, Delaware 2000 - Over 150 individual TASC programs in 32 states

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National TASC Critical Elements 1) Process to facilitate equity, treatment & different frameworks 2) Procedures for giving data & broadly educating to equity, treatment & different frameworks System Coordination Elements

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Organizational Elements 3 & 4) Broad bases of support from equity & treatment frameworks, with systematized frameworks for viable correspondence 5) Organizational honesty 6) Policies & techniques for normal staff preparing 7) MIS with a program assessment outline

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Operational Elements 8) Clearly characterized customer qualification 9) Client-focused case administration 10) Screening methodology to distinguish justice framework hopefuls 11) Assessment & referral strategies 12) Policies & techniques for observing drug & liquor use through testing 13) Competency with assorted populaces

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For more data about TASC broadly, visit the National TASC site at www.nationaltasc.org

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In NC, TASC is managed by the Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities & Substance Abuse Services, through private NPOs & open MH Centers. NC TASC viably & productively interfaces treatment & equity objectives of diminished medication utilize & criminal action through procedures that expansion treatment get to, engagement & maintenance.

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TASC in North Carolina 1978 - First TASC Programs in NC 1993 - 10 Programs in 20 Counties 1994 - Enhanced TASC (SSA) 1998 - 23 Programs in 43 Counties 2002 - TASC administrations accessible in every one of the 100 provinces 2003 - TASC Training Institute

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Goal for NC TASC Equitable statewide access to a standard of TASC administrations in the most financially savvy, convenient & authoritatively effective way, predictable with the brought together court & statewide probation frameworks .:tsli

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