1 Court . Contact Information Clinic . Forensic Services Dorothy O'Neil: Forensic & Treatment Services recovery Services/TASC. E. Kathi Strouse: Alternative Interventions for Men/AIM. Eleanor Maley: Medication Assisted Treatment Program Gail Hellmann, MD: Other Treatment Groups Gina Hurston at Court Clinic Alternative Court Clinic Alternative Alternative Interventions For Women/AIW. Intervention for Men/AIM Interventions for Women/AIW Lisa Becker: The mission of AIM is to provide gender-specific, The mission of AIW is to assist women involved evidence-based treatment to non-violent, with the criminal justice system who have Court involved men who have co-occurring co-occurring mental health and substance abuse mental health and substance abuse or or dependence disorders move toward recovery dependence disorders.
2 AIM will utilize an and reintegration into the community. Location evidence-based, trauma-informed Men's Court Clinic Trauma and Recovering Empowerment Model The average length of the program, including the Forensic & Treatment Services (MTREM) to assist clients in improving their core program and transition can be up to a year. 911 Sycamore Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. coping and interpersonal skills so that they are The amount of time varies based on individual better equipped to resolve conflicts and other progress and treatment need. stressors that result in drug use and criminal CentralClinic1 | CentralClinic1.
3 Activity. Transition - Community - Reintegration: Aftercare is available as long as a woman continues Eligible male clients will be required to attend to attend the program. three days a week for a minimum of three months. They will spend most of their weekly 12 hours attending group therapies that target recovery and stability. Men will also receive individual therapy as well as case management services and medication management services as needed. Jury Intervention: is a service provided upon recovery Services/TASC The Medication Assisted Treatment Program request by a Judge or Jury Commissioner. Court Court Clinic recovery Services/TASC is a provides o ice-based medical treatment to Clinic provides assistance to Jurors who may have community-based program that addresses the individuals who have an addiction to heroin and experienced psychological or emotional stress as needs of substance-abusing criminal o enders other opioid medications.
4 Medications such as a result of their participation in a major criminal case. who are involved in the Hamilton County, Ohio buprenorphine (Suboxone) are used to treat opioid criminal justice system. Court Clinic recovery addiction in an outpatient setting. Clients receive a Forensic Services Court Liaison Services: Court Clinic 's Court Services/TASC provides a wide array of services comprehensive assessment, individualized medical Forensic Evaluations Liaison Service is a model diversion/ linkage that meets the needs of o enders who have treatment, and counseling. As a certified Forensic Center in the Ohio program for the State.
5 Court Liaison sta members substance abuse disorders. Department of Mental Health & Addiction are present in arraignment courtrooms. Services, evaluations are provided to the Judges Substance Abuse Education: This is a four- week Other Treatment Groups of the criminal courts of Hamilton, Clermont, Referrals are made by Pretrial Services, attorneys, education group that provides basic substance Court Clinic facilitates Anger Management and Brown, Adams, Lawrence and Scioto Counties, and probation o icers. Individuals are identified abuse education to individuals who have been Theft groups (every six weeks), and an Intensive pursuant to the Ohio Revised Codes, and in as mentally ill (either in need of first time services diagnosed with an abuse diagnosis.)
6 Clients must Thinking for a Change (corrective thinking). accordance with the Ohio Department of Mental or have dropped out of already existing services). also provide 2 consecutive negative drug screens group to address pro-criminal attitudes and Health Standards. Types of evaluations include: The Liaison sta can make the Court aware of the and attend all 4 meetings. Group is held on behavior. Competency to Stand Trial, NGRI (Not Guilty by need for a competency evaluation, possible Mental Mondays from 10:00 :00 Reason of Insanity), Post-NGRI (Conditional Health Court evaluation, facilitate individuals to These 3 groups are available to all individuals on Release), Treatment and Risk Assessments.
7 Receive mental health services in the Justice Center Solutions Oriented Services (SOS) group: This probation in Hamilton County. or community, and/or reconnect the individual group is a 12-week therapy group designed for Competency Monitoring is a service for defendants with pre-existing services in the community, many those individuals who struggle with substance who have been found to be Competent to Stand being SMD (severely mentally disabled) individuals. abuse, such as cocaine and/or marijuana. The Trial by the Court but may be at risk of de-com- focus of this group is cognitive-behavioral therapy. pensating (Hamilton County only).
8 Court Clinic Mental Health & Veteran's Treatment Courts are This group meets once a week either on Monday sta meets with the defendant while at the specialized dockets that provide services and or Wednesday for hours. Clients must provide Hamilton County Justice Center awaiting Court programs that enable qualified individuals to be 4 consecutive negative drug screens and attend proceedings. If Court Clinic Sta identifies a treated in a Court -monitored, community based support meetings in order to successfully change in the defendant's mental status, they mental health program in lieu of incarceration. complete.
9 Will notify the Court . Forensic Monitoring: The Forensic Monitoring Enhanced Outpatient Group: This group is more Competency Restoration: Court Clinic o ers program serves as the liaison between the intensive and is designed for those struggling outpatient competency restoration treatment, criminal justice system, treatment agencies, and with recovery issues. Curriculum will introduce an alternative to inpatient treatment. This service state behavioral health hospitals for individuals 12-Step Work in addition to providing cogni- will be recommended by the Court Clinic Sta as found NGRI or Incompetent to Stand Trial/ tive-behavioral therapy.
10 This group meets twice a appropriate in a Court -ordered competency Unrestorable who remain under Court jurisdiction week on Tuesdays and Fridays for hours. evaluation. (IST-U-CJ).