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DOJ Federal Government Grant ProposalOMB Approval No. 0348 0043 APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL ASSISTANCE 2. DATE SUBMITTED Applicant Identifier 1. TYPE OF SUBMISSION. Application Pre application Construction Constructi 3. DATE RECEIVED BY STATE State Application Identifier 4. DATE RECEIVED BY FEDERAL AGENCY Federal Identifier Non Construction Non Construction 5. APPLICANT INFORMATION Legal Name. Lenawee Lenape Tribe Organizational Unit. Public Safety and Justice Unit Address give city county state and zip code. East Lenape Lane Sheraton WA 98584 2200 Sheraton County Name and telephone number of the person to be contacted on matters involving this application give area code John Smith 000 0000 6. EMPLOYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER EIN. 7. TYPE OF APPLICANT. enter appropriate letter in box A. State H. Independent School Dist. B. County I. State Controlled Institution of Higher Learning C. Municipal J. Private University D. Township K. Indian Tribe E. Interstate L. Individual nter municipal M. Profit Organization G. Special District N. Other Specify. Nonprofit 8. TYPE OF APPLICATION. F. IContinuation Revision If Revision enter appropriate letter in box es. A. Increase Award B. Decrease Award C. Increase Duration D. Decrease Duration Other specify. 9. NAME OF FEDERAL AGENCY. Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 10. CATALOG OF FEDERAL DOMESTIC ASSISTANCE NUMBER. 11. DESCRIPTIVE TITLE OF APPLICANT'S PROJECT. TITLE. Tribal Youth Program Youth Intervention Project 12. AREAS AFFECTED BY PROJECT cities counties states etc.. Sheraton County WA 13. PROPOSED PROJECT. 14. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF. Start Date 00 Ending Date 000 a. Applicant WA08 b. Project WA08 15. ESTIMATED FUNDING. 16. IS APPLICATION SUBJECT TO REVIEW BY STATE EXECUTIVE ORDER PROCESS. a. Federal $ 000.00 a. YES. THIS PREAPPLICATION APPLICATION WAS MADE AVAILABLE TO THE STATE EXECUTIVE ORDER PROCESS FOR REVIEW ON. b. Applicant DATE. 00 c. State d. Local e. Other f. Program Income IS THE APPLICANT DELINQUENT ON ANY FEDERAL DEBT. g. TOTAL $200.00 Yes If "Yes " attach an explanation. Abstract Date. 00 0000 Name. Lenawee Lenape Tribe Address. 75 East Lenape Lane Sheraton WA 98584 2200 Phone. 000 0000 FAX. 000 0000 Domain. www.lenapetribe.org Project Name. Court Involved Youth Intervention Project Reason for Grant. Improve tribal juvenile justice systems; provide alcohol and drug abuse counseling services Tribal Population. Number of Juveniles Served by the Project. 50 to Location of the Project. Lenawee Lenape Reservation Sheraton WA Type of Setting. Rural Reservation Tribal Resolution Passed. Yes date resolution# Type of Project. Intervention with court involved youth Table of Contents Problem to be Addressed Management and Organizational Capacity Budget Appendices Needs Assessment Problem to be Addressed. After the destruction and murder of the bombing of the World Trade Center and the Madrid Train Station attacks our national focus was on the possibility of horrendous terrorist crimes. Yet as our national focus shifts to the war on terrorism it is easy to forget about the threats that residents of small rural counties and Indian Reservations face every day in every part of the United States. The crisis faced by some of our rural areas form just as dire threat as 11. Rural areas are sometimes romanticized as idyllic life yet the substance abuse patterns for Sheraton County paint different picture. Violent crime and substance abuse treatment for youth are often at much higher percentages than either state or national averages. This epidemic is stealing away our leaders of tomorrow precious resource which we can no longer afford to lose. Number and types of incidents of juvenile delinquency in the geographic area to be served. The majority of crimes committed on the Lenape reservation by youth are for breaking liquor laws or possession of marijuana and other drugs. Yet this is only the tip of the iceberg. While these are the youth currently being prosecuted there are also cases of truant youth which are tracked by the Tribe's education department as well as an additional youth who are undergoing treatment. Constituency Age range targeted by proposed project. This project targets youth ages 17. We chose wide age range because as the tribal community is rather small the ability to make significant impact on community substance abuse is much greater by including younger children. The importance of starting young with substance abuse mental health intervention cannot be emphasized enough. One critical age for substance abuse intervention is sixth grade. Only 4.5% of second graders in Shelton Middle School report using alcohol in the last month. By eighth grade that number has jumped to 46.9% 22.3% state. And by tenth grade the number has increased to 63.7% versus 12% state. Number of juveniles to be served by proposed project. Forty five court involved and truant youth will be served in this project. American Indian youth both male and female found in isolated rural areas and are often below the federal poverty line. These youth are mandated by either tribal or county court to treatment and intervention services. The tribal youth population between ages and is roughly youth. This project will serve almost percent of tribal youth. Description of the geographic area to be served. The geographic boundary for this program is Sheraton County WA. Goals and Objectives Goal. Grow the number of Native American youth who use substance abuse counseling services by providing intensive case management family counseling and services for co occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Performance Objectives. Project coordinator develops intervention methods and presents them to Youth Intervention Team by 00 0000. Project coordinator develops database of referral services for complete psychological assessments family counseling and youth counseling services by 00 0000. Project coordinator implements monthly meetings between Education Team and Court Managers to discuss top three problem areas and the three most necessary steps to further facilitate coordination and intensive case management from 00 through 00 0000. Outcome Objectives Increase by percent the number of youth who access treatment services and complete percent of their Individual Treatment Plan goals before leaving treatment. 00 Design Goal. Improve tribal juvenile justice system through enhanced intake assessment and enhancement of reentry programs so that both address mental health issues for court involved youth and their families. Performance Objectives Youth Intervention Team hires Youth Intervention Program coordinator and probation counselor by 00 0000. Project coordinator develops firm relationships with ten mental health service providers in the local area by 00 0000. Team and coordinator develop and review final format for Initial Treatment Plan and weekly activities by 00 0000. Collect evaluation measures at three six and twelve months in program. Outcome Objectives Increase by twenty five percent the number of youth who receive mental health screenings as part of court intake process. 00 0000. Increase by twenty five percent the number of families that are contacted when their children are involved with the court system. 00 Activities This program breaks treatment into two highly structured phases. The program lasts from four to nine months. Specific treatment objectives must be completed in each phase in order to advance to the next phase. Phase I. Orientation and Intake Assessment Detoxification and Stabilization Length. One to three months. in this phase the counselor will perform risk assessment and if necessary refer the youth to mental health counselor for either full or partial psychological assessment. Upon evaluating assessment data the Initial Treatment Plan is developed that includes measurable goals for the youth to complete by the end of the program. 1. Develop Initial Treatment Plan with individual goals and objectives that will include at least of the following. Substance Abuse Education per week hour week curriculum coordinated with Mason County Drug Court Dialectical Behavior Therapy. gender specific groups per week 1.5 hours OR Seven Challenges Program. gender specific groups per week 1.5 hours. Individual counseling sessions per week Review with case manager and or tribal court as necessary per week. This review session is for assessing progress as well as to provide any referrals to outside services such as vocational rehabilitation training health referrals emergency assistance anger management teen pregnancy counseling sexual assault domestic violence victim's advocacy programs etc. Recovery group alanon or alateen etc. attendance is mandatory per week. Family counseling when multiple family members are involved in substance abuse patterns. Advancement to Phase Three to six months. Achieve consecutive clean and sober days no sanctions imposed the final week before advancement and youth are required to comply with all measures presented in Initial Treatment Plan. Phase II Intensive Counseling Therapy and Treatment Services. During Phase II the emphasis and focus of program services change. Counseling sessions focus on more in depth problem areas preventing relapse and help the individual identify and use the appropriate community resources services that will further assist their recovery. At the end of the program the individual should be involved in GED vocational high school or pre College program. Evaluation Short surveys will be given to all participants at the end of each session in which they will be asked to grade their counselors the materials uses the mentoring sessions and other activities associated with the project. Participants will be asked to look at information about themselves and other similar programs so that they can be able to assess the program from many aspects. Assessing the process of program implementation produces information that helps shape the program. Checking the implementation process is one important aspects of formative evaluation; without it we might never know if the designed program is indeed being delivered. Project coordinator does intake and facilitates mental health assessment for each youth. Counselor schedules weekly treatment sessions with mental health substance abuse counseling treatment providers for court involved youth. Counselor writes Initial Treatment Plan with each youth. The youth engages in the process of writing her own treatment plan and therefore buys in to the process because she has ownership in her own treatment plan. Counselor tracks youth progress through treatment services guaranteeing that each youth is in treatment service at least times per week. This activity fosters responsibility and models positive behavior. Performance Requirements Youth arrive at the counseling sessions on time 98% of the time. Youth return from breaks 98% of the time on time. Limit less serious health related absences to three days per session nine months. Project coordinator does intake and facilitates mental health assessment for each youth. Counselor schedules weekly treatment sessions with mental health substance abuse counseling treatment providers for court involved youth. Counselor writes Initial Treatment Plan with each youth. The youth engages in the process of writing her own treatment plan and therefore buys in to the process because she has ownership in her own treatment plan. Counselor tracks youth progress through treatment services guaranteeing that each youth is in treatment service at least times per week. This activity fosters responsibility. Counselor encourages youth to attend step program abstinence based self support groups which provide peer group for accountability and improvement of communication skills. Often referred to as step program lifelong process that helps an individual to face reality of no control over own addiction. Youth enter the program after referral from the police department at Sheraton County or Lenape Tribe. The program becomes involved with youth before they are actually tried at court. Youth may also come to treatment services through the public school system the court system or self referral. From that point their treatment need is assessed. If the youth needs treatment beyond the scope of outpatient treatment than the client is referred to the closest culturally competent youth residential. Many of these youth come from an environment of use in which parent or guardian regularly abuses substances. Others have gone through foster parenting suffer from posttraumatic stress syndrome have been sexually or physically abused or have been involved with child protection services.
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