2019 Cwt Presentation Final 1-14-19

BUILDING A COMMUNITY OF HOPE CASEY PROGRAMS COMMUNITY OF HOPE INITIATIVE YOUR DEPARTMENT FOR COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES FAMILY COURT JUDGE HONORABLE JANIE WELLS MODEL COURT PROJECT JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY OF HOPE FORUM OCT0BER 19, 2012 INVESTMENT FROM CITIZENS OF JOHNSON COUNTY STEERING COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED MISSION STATEMENT AND GOALS SUB COMMITTEES ESTABLISHED EDUCATIONAL CHILD WELFARE COMMITTEE MENTORING COMMITTEE

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COMMITTEE COMMITTEES SUBMIT SERVICE PROPOSAL STEERING COMMITTEE REVIEWS PROPOSAL & GOVERNING BOARD APPROVED PROPOSAL FUNDING APPROVED FOR PROJECTS. EDUCATIONAL CHILD WELFARE PRESENTATION MR. STEVE TRIMBLE CHAIR MENTORING PRESENTATION MS.TERESA PETOT CHAIR SUBSTANCE ABUSE PRESENTATION MS. ROBIN GRAY I AM IN WERE IN AND WE ARE ALL IN TO ASSURE EVERY CHILD IS GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL IMPLEMENTATION PHASE OF PROJECTS BEGIN 11-012013 SERVICE DELIVERY SERVING CLIENTS BEGINS 01- 02-2014 There are families in Johnson County who

face challenges fueled by: Substance Abuse and Addiction Developmental Disabilities Family Violence Mental Illness Johnson County: Existing Family Conditions for Children being removed (FY08-11) 100% 90% 83.4% 80% 70.7% 70% 67.2% 60% 46.2% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Domestic Violence Mental Health

Issues Source: TWIST Worker Information System, Eastern Mountain Region Substance Abuse Unstable Adult Relationships Johnson County: Removal Reasons for Older Youth FY08-11 60% 50% 49.7% 40% 30% 26.2% 20% 15.9% 9.7% 10% 0% Child Behavior Problems Caretaker Inability to Cope Parental Drug Abuse

Data source:: KY TWIST (Worker Information System), Department of Protection and Permanency Child Drug Abuse CHARTER: JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY OF HOPE MISSION The mission of the Johnson County Community of Hope (JCOH) is to utilize the compassion, skills and resources of the community to strengthen our families and improve child and family well-being. To achieve this mission, our work will focus on increasing opportunities for children to safely remain in their own home, return safely to their homes as soon as possible, or be part of another safe and permanent family relationship. LONG TERM GOAL Reduce the number of children in out of home care, and the number of Dependency, Neglect and Abuse cases through prevention and treatment, with an emphasis on addressing substance abuse issues. INTERIM GOALS 1. Create and maintain an operating structure for the Johnson Community of Hope that supports effective and efficient work efforts, and which provides appropriate fiscal stewardship. 2. Identify immediate court or school based needs that can be addressed with current resources that will mobilize the community on behalf of at risk families and their children and build JCOH community support, momentum and enthusiasm. 3. Identify current resources within Johnson County associated with the at-risk-of placement population, their families, and those children comprising the current out of home care population. 4. Identify strengths and limitations of current Johnson County resources. 5. Identify service gaps and/or permanency barriers pertaining to the target population. GOVERNANCE The JCOH is managed by a Governing Board and a Steering Committee. These two entities will have both discrete and overlapping roles and responsibilities in pursuance of the JCOH mission, the achievement of its long term goal, and other short term goals that may be established.

JCOH Governing Board Representation: The Governing Board will comprise one representative from: 24th Judicial Circuit, Family Court Division Kentucky Cabinet for Children and Family Services, Department of Community Based Services Casey Family Programs Decision Making Process: The Governing Boards decisions will be made by consensus of the Board members, with advisory input from the Steering Committee. Primary Roles and Responsibilities: Insure adherence to JCOH mission and long term goals Maintain the JCOH commitment to the guiding principles of the Johnson County Court Improvement Project, Casey Family Programs commitment to outcomes, community ownership, sustainability, and return on investment, and to the Cabinets focus on supporting child safety, permanency and well-being. Insure that the project charter meets current and on-going needs and is revised, as needed JCOH Steering Committee: Representation:

The Steering Committee will comprise representatives from key community stakeholders selected by the Governing Board based on the following criteria: Adequate number of members to represent key community stakeholders, while small enough to facilitate consensus building and timely decisions Demonstrated commitment to volunteer time and resources to support achievement of the JCOH mission and goals Ability and willingness to attend Steering Committee meetings on a regular basis Ability and willingness to serve on Sub-Committees Demonstrated community influence Ability and willingness to represent JCOH in the community and region Decision Making Process: The Steering Committees decisions will be made by consensus of Committee members with support, and guidance from the Governing Board and the Program Coordinator. Primary Roles and Responsibilities: Approve a charter that includes: project mission, goals, operational structures, member roles and responsibilities, and decision-making

processes Approve an annual project work plan Advise the Governing Board on the recruitment and selection of a Project Coordinator Support work plan implementation Create and serve on functional sub-committees, as needed Represent JCOH in the community EDUCATION BEHAVIORAL HEALTH FRYSC, UNITE, SIGHTS, Alternative School, Headstart, School Based Therapy TEAMWORK INNOVATIVE SERVICES CAP, MCCC,. KVC, TAP, TEAMWORK INNOVATIVE SERVICES PHYSICAL HEALTH

HEALTH DEPT Prenatal Care HANDS, Immunization, First Steps, PAUL B HALL MEDICAL CENTER, HIGHLAND REGIONAL, PHYSICIANS TEAMWORK INNOVATIVE SERVICES JUDICIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT DCBS FAMILY .COURT MODEL COURT TEAMWORK INNOVATIVE SERVICES CITY, COUNTY, . CONSTABLE, UNITE, STATE TEAMWORK INNOVATIVE SERVICES Protection & Permanency Child Protective Services, Domestic Violence, Foster Care TEAMWORK INNOVATIVE SERVICES CASEY FAMILY PROGRAMS: COMMUNITY OF HOPE MISSION The mission of the Johnson County Community of Hope (JCOH) is to utilize the compassion, skills and resources of the community to strengthen our families and improve child and family well-being. To achieve this mission, our work will focus on increasing opportunities for children to safely remain in their own home, return safely to their homes as soon as possible, or be part of another safe and permanent family relationship.

LONG TERM GOAL Reduce the number of children in out of home care, and the number of Dependency, Neglect and Abuse cases through prevention and treatment, with an emphasis on addressing substance abuse issues. Johnson County Community of Hope Education and Child Welfare Project Logic Model Situation Current Status: Increasing OOHC population; Many reentering OOHC after reunification; children with multiple placements; Unmet need for mental health/substance abuse treatment; need for transition/aftercare services; Creating a domino effect on educational outcomes for children with substance abusing parents i.e. truancy, inability to concentrate on classroom activities, acting out behaviors and lack of socialization Educations inability to absorb the day to day demands of at risk children Education and child welfare subcommittee will allow for a shift in emphasis from reactive to proactive when working with families and children in need. Mission- The mission of the Johnson County Community of Hope (JCOH) is to utilize the compassion, skills and resources of the community to strengthen our families and improve child and family well-being. To achieve this mission, our work will focus on increasing opportunities for

children to safely remain in their own home, return safely to their homes as soon as possible, or be part of another safe and permanent family relationship. Long Term Goal- Reduce the number of children in out of home care, and the number of Dependency, Neglect and Abuse cases through prevention and treatment, with an emphasis on addressing substance abuse issues. Inputs Activities Short Collaboration: Family Youth Resource Services Center UNITE Mountain Comprehensive Care

4-H Paul B Hall Regional Medical Center Head Start DCBS AOC/CDW Johnson County Board of Education/Superintendent Paintsville Board of Education/Superintendent Strategies: Identify risk factors Emphasis on Prevention Who can make referrals to the coordinator? School staff Mountain Comprehensive Care DCBS Judicial System Faith community Law enforcement Healthcare providers Family How are referrals made to the coordinator? Referral Form indicating risk factors, resources already being utilized, identified support systems, etc. Coordinator:

What is each school system contributing? Where will the coordinator be located? How will the time of the coordinator be split between the school systems? Outcomes Outputs Family Youth Resource Center UNITE 1. Service Corp Program 2. UNITE Clubs 3. UNITE Scholarships 4. Community Coalition 5. Prevention Presentations 6. Camp UNITE 7. On the Move 8. Community Education Kit MCCC 1. SIGHTS 2. School Based 3. IMPACT County Extension Services 1. Truth and

Consequences 2. Arts Opportunities 3. Positive Action 4. Community Garden Paul B Hall Medical Center 1. Community Publications 2. School Education 3. Toiletry Items 4. ER Mascot DCBS 1. In Home Ongoing Services 2. Out of Home Care 3. Public Assistance Programs AOC/CDW 1. Pre Complaint Phase 2. Truancy Diversion Program 3. Aftercare Plan Continuous communication from community partners and service providers (vision, updates on changes, etc.) Identified families receive front-end assessments Number of families receiving in-home services increases; families stabilized

Number of families receiving treatment will increase and reduce at risk students i.e. expulsion, behavior outburst in the classroom Well-Being, Family functioning increases Improvement in academic performance & decrease in absenteeism Fewer children enter OOHC; Decrease in expulsions, trips to principals office & alternative school referrals Recurrences of maltreatment decrease; fewer referrals to be investigated/FINSA by DCBS staff Children spend less time in OOHC before reunification Assessments with identified families Measurable Outcomes Family efficacy and

satisfaction increases; stress decreases Medium Fewer children reenter OOHC once reunified; average number of placements decrease Decreases educational disruption therefore provides consistency and enhances academic performance Will improve physical and mental health well-being by maintaining consistent physical and mental health providers. Continuum of care including transition and after care services for children returning home Skill set:

Tracking and outcomes Knowledge of community resources Grant writing experience Highly organized Johnson County Schools Paintsville independent schools The mission of the Johnson County Community of Hope is to utilize the compassion, skills and resources of the community to strengthen our families and improve child and family well-being. Long Increased safety, permanency and well-being of Kentuckys families Recidivism of families intergenerational (involvement with DCBS/P & P) decreases H O C C J WRA PP AROU ING THE C ND TH O E FAM MMUNITY

ILY JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY OF HOPE MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF FAMILIES & CHILDREN Understanding Addiction And the Road to Recovery Johnson County Community of Hope Conference November 21, 2014 Thursday, November 20, 2014 & Friday, Ramada Inn Conference Center Sponsored by Johnson County Community of Hope (JCCOH) FUND RAISING SKILLS HOUSING CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EMPLOYMENT PARTNERSHIP NETWORKING KIWANIS ROTARY COLLABORATION

CREATIVITY TEACHING SKILLS Community EXPERTISE THE THREAD OF HOPE RUNS THROUGH THEM ALL & WOVEN TOGETHER TO SUPPORT OUR FAMILIES! EDUCATION CHILD WELFARE SUBSTANCE ABUSE MENTORING High Expectations Coordinator JCCOH PARTNERSHIP Provides vital linkage and assists students and their families in accessing available resources. Provides planning and coordination of services, client advocacy, supportoutreach, skill building, and crisis prevention. Johnson County Schools

Education Coordination Services Coordination Strengthen Partnerships Counsel Individual Students Build Strong Families Students Served 61 COMMUNITY OF HOPE TREATMENT CENTER MCCC JCCOH PARTNERSHIP PROVIDES INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT, SERVICES ARE PROVIDED FIVE DAYS A WEEK AT THE CENTER. 2 PEER SUPPORT SPECIALIST CERTIFIED, TREATMENT THREAPIST AND DIRECTOR REFERRALS ARE GENERATED FROM FAMILY COURT & DCBS (CHILDREN AT RISK OF REMOVAL OR CURRENTLY RESIDING IN OOHC) CAREGIVER EXHIBITING SUBSTANCE ABUSE ISSUES COMMUNITY OF HOPE TREATMENT CENTER HAS ESTABLISHED A WOMENS NA SUPPORT GROUP JOB COACH KWP/BIG SANDY ADD JOHNSON COUNTY LIBRARY MEMBER OF JCCOH & MENTORING COMMITTEE JCCOH FUNDED PROGRAM *Group mentoring through prevention and education programs teaching practical and creative life skills, such as parenting, self defense, budgeting, first aid, arts, crafts, etc. *Programs incorporate library resources as well as resources and professionals from community partners, including Johnson County Health Department, UK Cooperative Extension, FRYSCs, and Protection and Advocacy. *142 individuals served last quarter Wrapping Services

SU CPS Foste BST AN Home r s lC P&P AA CASEY CIVIC a Judici Aunts FRYSCChurch ASFA Members Public Programs Community Extended Family EA BU Family SE Friends l Uncles Community Child Centers Support Dad God- Schools

Parents Service Mom Cousins Sisters N E IO AR AT LF U C WE ED LD I CH Counselors KTAP Medica id MENTORING b InBusinesses Laws Adult Services Spons ors Brothers Nieces Schools 4-H Group Elected OfficiaGrandparents Homes ls

T reatm Cente ent rs SNAP Neighbors CHFS Police Providers AlAnon Therapists Child Care Kinship Care Nephews Scouts Family Support HEAP JCCOH COMMUNITY FORUM JCCOH EARNS HEALTH IMPACT AWARD HEALTH IMPACT AWARDS DINNER JCCOH PROJECT DISCUSSION CONGRESSMAN HAL ROGERS

JIM CASEY COMMUNITIES OF HOPE AWARD Congratulations again on being selected as a recipient of the Jim Casey Building Communities of Hope Award which will be presented at our Annual Meeting this coming January. The story of what you do, how you do it and what put you on this path is inspirational and Casey Family Programs wants to share that inspirational story. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR COPIES OF THE PRESENTATION IN LOWER CASE EMAIL [email protected] [email protected]

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