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Rogers County Justice and Mental Collaboration

Award Information

Award #
15PBJA-22-GG-03042-MENT
Location
Congressional District
Status
Awarded, but not yet accepted
Funding First Awarded
2022
Total funding (to date)
$550,000

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2022, $550,000)

1. The proposed program will touch on all program specific priorities with a special emphasis on priorities 1, 4, 5, and 6.

 

2. Rogers County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO) and co-applicant Grand Lake Mental Health Center (GLMHC) are applying to serve justice involved people in Rogers County that have Mental Health Disorders or Mental Health with co-occurring Substance Use Disorders. During Implementation Years 2 and 3, RCSO proposes to serve 80 individuals per year or 160 individuals over two years.  Overall, Rogers County has nearly 70,000 people with 71.2% white alone not Hispanic or Latino, 1.3% black or African American alone, 5% Hispanic or Latino,13.6% Native American, 8.5% Two or more races, and 1.5% Asian.  Most of the county lives in a census tract that is historically disadvantaged as tribal communities, health disadvantaged communities, equity disadvantaged communities, and overall disadvantage from Justice40 measures.  These historically excluded populations will be served through training deputies in crisis intervention, screening all detainees entering the jail for MHD/MHSUD, and then getting those detainees with MHD/MHSUD interventions such as engagement with the new mental health court, treatment during incarceration, continued treatment after release, and wraparound services to support successful re-entry. This will improve law enforcement response to mental health crisis situations, improve engagement of offenders in mental health court, and reduce recidivism among the target population. The applicants are requesting $550,000 in federal funding.

 

3. The applicant has not won a previous JMHCP grant.

 

4. GLMHC will sub-contract with RCSO to provide treatment services.

1. The proposed program will touch on all program specific priorities with a special emphasis on priorities 1, 4, 5, and 6.

 

2. Rogers County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO) and co-applicant Grand Lake Mental Health Center (GLMHC) are applying to serve justice involved people in Rogers County that have Mental Health Disorders or Mental Health with co-occurring Substance Use Disorders. During Implementation Years 2 and 3, RCSO proposes to serve 80 individuals per year or 160 individuals over two years.  Overall, Rogers County has nearly 70,000 people with 71.2% white alone not Hispanic or Latino, 1.3% black or African American alone, 5% Hispanic or Latino,13.6% Native American, 8.5% Two or more races, and 1.5% Asian.  Most of the county lives in a census tract that is historically disadvantaged as tribal communities, health disadvantaged communities, equity disadvantaged communities, and overall disadvantage from Justice40 measures.  These historically excluded populations will be served through training deputies in crisis intervention, screening all detainees entering the jail for MHD/MHSUD, and then getting those detainees with MHD/MHSUD interventions such as engagement with the new mental health court, treatment during incarceration, continued treatment after release, and wraparound services to support successful re-entry. This will improve law enforcement response to mental health crisis situations, improve engagement of offenders in mental health court, and reduce recidivism among the target population. The applicants are requesting $550,000 in federal funding.

 

3. The applicant has not won a previous JMHCP grant.

 

4. GLMHC will sub-contract with RCSO to provide treatment services.

Date Created: September 27, 2022