Treatment programs operated in Boone, Buchanan, Butler, Greene and Polk counties provide intensive substance use disorder and mental health treatment services to address barriers to treatment retention for offenders at the highest risk of incarceration.
This joint project between Probation & Parole (P&P) and the Department of Mental Health (DMH) provides substance use and co-occurring disorder treatment to high- and moderate-risk clients who face challenges remaining engaged in community treatment. Missourians are treated by teams of providers. The program:
- Involves frequent case staff collaboration between supervising officers and providers
- Allows payment for services to address barriers to treatment, such as housing, employment or other basic needs
- Provides performance-driven payment incentives when outcomes in housing and employment stability, retention in treatment, and diversion from revocation are favorable.