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Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program, Incorporated (CAAP, Inc.) Community Corrections Program

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Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2022, $671,000)

Cocaine Alcohol Awareness Program Incorporated (CAAP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established on January 15, 1989 and has been providing behavioral health services to address substance use, co-occurring, and mental Disorders for more than 33 years. CAAP has been invovled in Providing behavioral health resources to the Criminal Justice System for 25 plus years. This project will address the needs of those offenders invovled within the Criminal Justice System that has non voilent criminal charges that would be better service in a Substance Use, Co-occurring, and/or Mental Health Theraputic environment. CAAP will provide a comperhensive seamless continuity of care delivery system to those individual that are recommended through the Public Defenders Office, District Attorney, Community Corrections, Probation, and Courts. This will enhanse the availible of behavoiral health services and direct referrals to treatment providers within the Justice System. CAAP, will provide an initial full psychosocial assessment to determine each individual level of functioning and service needs. CAAP will utilize in the assessment process the following tools (Addiction Serverity Index (ASI), American Society of Addiction Medicine Placement  Criterion (ASAM) Patient Health Questionair 9,(PHQ9) use to evaulate syptoms of depression, Generalize Anxiety Disorders (GAD-7) used to evaulate syptoms of anxiety these tool will provide deeper insight into the particpants behavioral health needs and thereby facilitating an increased possibility of a successful outcome. Each Participants will have intimate involvement in the development of their individual plan, which will address immediate areas of needed, and each participants will be assigned a case manager to assist him/ her in achieving their individual goal. In addittion to behavoiral health needs being addressed other goals will also consist of continue education, vocational training, job readiness, and placement which are identified as wrap-around services. CAAP wil provide to its Judicial partners, and other referring entities monthly progress report to ensure participants complaince with all aspects of the program.

Date Created: August 18, 2022