Communities
That Care
Introduction
July 2012
(Fiscal year 2013)
DMHA

Mission: “To ensure that Indiana citizens have access
to quality mental health and addiction services that
promote individual, family and community resiliency
and recovery.”

Contracted with IPRC for over 20 years

DMHA is a division of FSSA, Family and Social
Services Administration

Located in Indianapolis
IPRC

Mission: Strengthening a behavioral health system
that promotes prevention, treatment, and recovery

Funded by the Substance Abuse Prevention and
Treatment Block Grant

Part of School of HPER, Department of Applied Health
Science

Located in Bloomington
DMHA/IPRC Staff
 DMHA
Staff
 Julia Olsen
 Prevention Bureau Chief
 IPRC
Staff: Technical Assistance Providers for
CTC
 Jeanie Alter
 Carla Brown
 Mallori DeSalle
 Cindy Flynn
 Mary Lay
 Jasynda Radanovich
 Katharine Sadler
 Randy Zaffuto
IPRC Staff, cont.
IPRC
Staff in Supportive Roles
 Kaitlyn
 Ruth
Celis, Program Support Coordinator
Gassman, Executive Director
 Barbara
 Roger
Seitz de Martinez, Deputy Director
Morris, Computer Coordinator
Prevention
 How
is prevention funded in Indiana?
 Federal block grant-DMHA
 Who
is the national leader in Prevention?
 SAMHSA
 www.samhsa.gov
 What
is the focus?
 Balance
 Mental health
 Environmental strategies
Prevention in Indiana
 Models
in Indiana
 Afternoons
focus)
 Survey
ROCK in Indiana (Individual
on Alcohol Compliance
 Strategic
Prevention Framework
 Communities
That Care
http://www.drugs.indiana.edu/spf/
What is CTC?
 Step
by step process that guides
community leaders
 Links
community priorities to appropriate
policies and programs
 Targets


Children of any age in your community
Positive youth outcomes
Core components of CTC
 Community
coalition
 Community
coordinator
 Series
 CTC
of trainings by CAPT
Youth Survey (Indiana Youth
Survey)
The phases of CTC
Getting
Started
Implement
and evaluate
the action
plan
Create a
community
action plan
Organizing,
introducing,
involving
Develop a
community
profile
What can I expect?
Training

July 23-26
 October
24-25 (tentative)
 April 2013 (tentative)
Deliverables
 You will be expected to report progress and
share your specific CTC efforts to the IPRC
What can I expect?
 Guidance
and support (technical
assistance)
 Monthly
webinars
 Monthly
calls with your Project Officer
 Semi-annual
 Quarterly
onsite visits
review of milestones and
benchmarks
In-person orientation and training
 July
23-26
 July
23: lunch, meet and greet and review of
operating procedures
 July
24-26: Community Board Orientation Training
by CAPT
 Details
 If
were emailed to you
you need more information, contact Jasynda
Radanovich at 812-855-3919 or
[email protected]
Next steps
 IPRC
website
 www.drugs.indiana.edu
 DMHA
website
 http://www.in.gov/fssa/dmha/4521.htm
 CTC
info
 Investing in Your Community’s Youth: An
Introduction to Communities That Care
 Tools
for Community Leaders: A Guidebook
For Getting Started
You are amazing!!
“The
elevator to success is out of
order. You’ll have to use the stairs….
One step at a time.”
“Every
accomplishment starts with
the decision to try.”
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