This manual from Project TEAM details the creation of a joint jurisdiction justice collaboration between Tribal governments and their state, local and U.S. federal partners.
TN-ROCS Enhancement and Evaluation Project
Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance - U.S. Department of Justice
The linked grant award announcement provides additional information Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulant, and Substance Abuse Program’s (COSSAP) grant for the Tennessee Recovery Oriented Compliance Strategy (TN ROCS) initiative.
Tennessee Recovery Oriented Compliance Strategy (TN ROCS)
Source: Legislative Analysis and Public Policy Association
The Tennessee Recovery Oriented Compliance Strategy (TN ROCS) program provides individualized treatment plans, supervision, and judicial oversight to individuals with a demonstrated need for mental health or substance use disorder treatment but do not qualify for inclusion in a drug court program.
Recovery Oriented Compliance Strategy (ROCS): Latest Tool in Opioid Fight
Source: Tennessee State Courts
The Tennessee Recovery Oriented Compliance Strategy (TN ROCS) program serves drug offenders who have an urgent need for treatment but do not meet the criteria to qualify for participation in a Drug Recovery Court program.
Motherhood in Love and Struggle: Lessons from the Camden Coalition’s Camden Delivers Program
Source: Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
This report describes a complex care management program for pregnant women with a diagnosis of substance use disorder in Camden, New Jersey. The program, called Camden Delivers, enrolled 46 pregnant or postpartum women who were involved with the child welfare system into the care management program.
The Biden-Harris Administration’s Statement of Drug Policy Priorities for Year One
Source: Office of National Drug Control Policy - Executive Office of the Present
The Biden-Harris Administration’s statement of drug policy describes the 7 priorities for the first year of their administration:
Responding to Individuals in Behavioral Health Crisis Via Co-Responder Models: The Role of Cities, Counties, Law Enforcement and Providers
Source: Policy Research Inc. and National League of Cities
This resource describes the core elements of co-responder models that pair law enforcement with behavioral health providers to address individuals in crisis and the benefits of these models compared to law enforcement only response models.
Executive Order – Safe Policing for Safe Communities: Addressing Mental Health, Homelessness, and Addiction Report
Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
This resource describes successful models states and localities have put into use to address mental health, substance use, homelessness and children’s services in order to reduce law enforcement involvement.
Responding to Behavioral Health Needs: An Evaluation of the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health’s Co-Responder Program
Source: Colorado Office of Behavioral Health - Department of Human Services and the Colorado Health Institute
Colorado’s OBH has funded 25 counties to implement co-responder teams of officers and behavioral health professionals beginning in 2018. This evaluation of the first 2 years of the program uses the RE-AIM evaluation framework which looks 5 aspects of the program: reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance.
Reunifying Families with Substance Use Disorder
Source: National CASA/GAL Association
This 8 page overview details strategies promoting the reunification of families when a parent has a substance use disorder. This report explains why prioritizing family unification is important and lists 10 action steps government agencies and community organizations can take to support strong, healthy families.