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Community Policy and Management Team



to be held at 1:30 p.m. in the Second Floor Large Conference Room, 320 Hospital Drive, Warrenton, VA

1:30 p.m.: Call to Order, Chair

Approval of Agenda, Chair
Approval of December 13, 2006, Minutes, Chair

Consent Agenda

1:35 p.m.: Cases that Do Not Meet Streamline or Administrative Modification Guidelines, CSA Director

• #376 - Liz Griswold, Schools
• #354 - Liz Griswold, Schools
• #281 - Liz Griswold, Schools
• #460 - Liz Griswold, Schools
• #372 - Liz Griswold, Schools
• #427 - Gabby Lewis, DSS

1:40 p.m.: Streamlineable Cases

1:45 p.m.: Administratively Modified Cases

Closed Session

1:50 p.m.: Discussion of Specific Cases, if requested

1:55 p.m.: Move Out of Closed Session

2:00 p.m.: Director’s Time

Statistical Reports
Upcoming Agenda Items--

February 14, 2007:
Updates on CSB’s teen suicide program and new mental health programs in the schools, Alan Rasmussen; and
Truancy Task Force’s Attendance Pilot Program, Elaine Cranford, Amy Angelo, Dianne Pierce, and Wendy Swenson, FCPS

March 14, 2007:
Transition from CSA to Adulthood, Sally Morgan, CSB; Staff, Special Education, FCPS; Staff, DSS
Distribution of Information and Referral System Agency Information forms and Database Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria (originally presented at the March, 2006, CPMT meeting)

2:10 p.m.: Chair Time

Recommendations from CPMT task forces:

Substance Abuse Task Force:
1. Expand prevention programs targeting at-risk youth
a. Research SAMHSA Model Programs to implement programs aimed at specific problem areas
b. Develop a comprehensive prevention plan for Fauquier County
c. Coordinate prevention programs throughout community
Responsibility: CADRE, Mental Health Association, Schools, RRCSB, other youth servicing prevention organizations and agencies

2. Expand screening, assessment, and referral activities
a. Support the development of the following:
(1) 211 system
(2) Fauquier Hospital Information and Referral system
b. Assist agencies in understanding referral process
c. Educate referral agencies in substance abuse adolescent assessment devices
d. CADRE/Mental Health Association: Develop a youth forum - How do you get youth to the services they need?
Responsibility: CPMT, CADRE, Mental Health Association, public/private providers

3. Support a comprehensive continuum of treatment and support services for drug-involved youth
a. Develop a continuum of treatment and rehabilitation/recovery services and modalities
b. Base service emphasis on best practices and researched model programs
c. Research methods to fund development of new substance abuse programs for youth
Responsibility: CPMT, CADRE, Mental Health Association, youth servicing agencies and organizations, public/private providers

Teen Suicide Task Force:
After describing the two programs that are operational in Fauquier County, Mr. Rasmussen stated that he planned to hire staff to fill 1.5 positions, to increase media campaigns, and to implement a model program. CPMT asked to have Mr. Rasmussen return in about 6 months to review program progress. The topic is scheduled for the February 14, 2007, CPMT meeting.

Truancy Task Force:
After the initial briefing about the planned pilot program, CPMT asked to have the task force members return to CPMT for an update. Elaine Cranford asked for time on the February 14, 2007, CPMT agenda to review the program.

VLSSE Legislative Information: JLARC Report on CSA

2:30 p.m.: Members’ Time

2:35 p.m.: FAPT Time

2:40 p.m.: Adjournment

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