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Probation Services3 documents

  • County Role in Probation Service Delivery
    document _recordid 152
    This webinar guides you through an overview of the county role in delivery of probation services in Minnesota.
  • Corrections Delivery Services
    document _recordid 173
    Minnesota has three correctional delivery systems: Minnesota Department of Corrections, Community Corrections Act, and County Probation Officers. This fact sheet briefly describes each system and identifies which system is used by each county.
  • County Role in Probation Delivery PPT
    document _recordid 174
    This PowerPoint reviews the three correctional delivery systems and their funding sources. It outlines the process counties use to decide which system to implement.

Emergency Communications Management1 document

  • Emergency Communications & Management
    document _recordid 154
    This webinar provides an overview of the county role in emergency communications, including Interoperability, 911 Service and Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response (ARMER).

Criminal Justice System1 document

  • Criminal Justice System Costs
    document _recordid 168
    Presentation by Janelle Kendall, Stearns County Attorney, at the 2015 AMC Annual Conference

Opioid Crisis and Addressing Substance Use Disorders12 documents

  • Prescription Drug Task Force, Morrison County
    document _recordid 312
    Morrison County assembled a broad coalition of county and community leaders to educate the public and increase communication across sectors to reduce opiate addiction. The program has improved communication between law enforcement, social service professionals, and medical providers resulting in a reduction of opioid prescriptions, an increase in unused medications being turned in, and an increase in individuals seeking and receiving treatment for addiction. The Morrison County model has been recognized across the nation as a best practices model for addressing the challenges associated with substance abuse disorders.
  • Farm Town Strong Campaign
    document _recordid 313
    The Farm Town Strong program is a collaboration between the American Farm Bureau Federation and National Farmers Union. The program aims to raise awareness of the opioid crisis' impact on farming communities and provide resources and information to help farm communities and encourage farmer-to-farmer support.
  • First Steps to Healthy Babies
    document _recordid 314
    The First Steps to Healthy Babies project is a partnership between Sanford Health, Red Lake Family and Children's Services, and Beltrami County Health and Human Services. The program provides intensive case management that aims to end prenatal substance abuse and encourage healthy sober living through supportive, relationships, education, and health services.
  • Three Sisters Logic Model
    document _recordid 316
    This logic model from Polk-Norman-Mahnomen Community Health Services outlines steps to address opioid abuse including policy development, community education, and preventative measures.
  • Chemical Health and Heroin Initiative, Anoka County
    document _recordid 317
    Anoka County's Chemical Health and Heroin Initiative operates three programs that provide substance use disorder education and preventative programming.
  • SHIP Pilot Strategies, Wright County
    document _recordid 318
    Wright County public health in partnership with health care organizations, law enforcement, and other partners is piloting several projects to address opioid over prescribing, misuse and abuse of prescription medications, lack of education surrounding dependence, and lack of addiction and recovery options.
  • South Country Health Alliance Opiate Case Management Program
    document _recordid 319
    South Country's opiate case management program connects with individuals who are newly prescribed opiates for pain management and provides them with education on safe storage, safe disposal, and pain management alternatives.
  • Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention Initiative, St. Louis County
    document _recordid 320
    St. Louis County's Substance Abuse Prevent and Intervention Initiative provides county residents with a wide array of prevention and intervention services including: community education and outreach, professional development and training, consultation services, and school focused prevention. The initiative offers SBIRT training (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment), an evidenced-based public health approach to identification and intervention with individuals struggling with or at risk of developing a substance abuse disorder.
  • The Recovery Corps: An AmeriCorps Program
    document _recordid 321
    The Recovery Corps program provides one-to-one peer support and helps participants access a spectrum of resources ranging from family support to housing and job assistance. Recovery Corps is a statewide program that was launched by AmeriCorps.
  • Minnesotas Department of Health: Opioid Dashboard
    document _recordid 322
    The Minnesota Department of Health's opioid dashboard is a one-stop shop for all statewide data related to opioid use, misuse, and overdose death prevention. The dashboard shares Minnesota data on overdose deaths, non-fatal overdoes, substance use disorders, and prescription practices. The dashboard also features analysis on opiates and substance use disorders.
  • The Opioid Epidemic: Seeking Solutions in North Dakota
    document _recordid 323
    Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota Caring Foundation has partnered with Prairie Public Broadcast, Bell Banks and Dakota Medical Foundation to produce a 30-minute North Dakota state-based documentary. The documentary spotlights some of the most important things North Dakota opioid users, affected families, health care professionals, educators, businesses and community members need to know upfront about the opioid epidemic, but most importantly how they can drive action in helping to solve the problem.
  • A Prescription for Action: a joint report from the National Association of Counties and National League of Cities
    document _recordid 324
    This report is the product of a joint taskforce of the National Association of Counties and the National League of Cities. The report provides data on the crisis, recommendations for local leaders, and recommendations for state and federal leaders.