Healing to Wellness
Healing to Wellness Court
Phases of the Program
Goal: The Chippewa Cree Tribal Courts will enhance services of the Adult Healing to Wellness Court to respond to and prevent alcohol and substance abuse related crimes on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation through the provision of culturally relevant and appropriate evidence based co-occurring treatment services.
Adult Healing to Wellness Coordinator
Meet weekly with Healing to Wellness Team. Will be responsible for the development of appropriate case records system, procedures for the collection of documents to ensure that each participant’s case record is complete. Incumbent will be available to travel to required training. Incumbent will be responsible for the development of a responsive and prompt referral process for participants which will include screening contract for admission, history of offenses and determination that the individual is clinically appropriate for the program. Will work with probation officer to track client progress and implement compliance checks. Will be responsible for the establishment of FullCourt data set and record data. Incumbent will generate regular reports from data collection for review and measurement of progress for overall case management and individual case progress. Will review confidentiality requirements and conformance procedures with all clients. Incumbent will develop appropriate case management instruments. Incumbent will consult with all social services, health, education, and other personnel who have had prior professional contacts to determine treatment plan.
Judith Wood - Juvenile Healing to Wellness
The Chippewa Cree Wellness Coalition over saw this Community Health Assessment in collaboration with local and state-based partners between May 2018 and July 2019. Community input shaped the CHA at community priorities and data review meetings; a series of small-group consultations with local experts in top health priority areas, and regular meetings with the core CHA Team. The CHA team supported this work by gathering secondary data and, for areas of concern where data was still needed, creating and conducting a CHA survey. (See Methods Section.) This CHA was conducted to comply with Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) standards.
Adult Healing to Wellness Enforcement Officer
Attend weekly Healing to Wellness Team meetings. Impose pre-established sanctions for non-compliance to plan. Impose incentives for each level of compliance achieved by the participant. Individual counseling sessions with the participant will be required on a weekly basis until sufficient progress is recorded. Responsible for compliance report and records regarding each participant’s activities while involved in the program.