Service Funding 2020

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Service Funding

The Board is committed to being a responsible trustee of Macon County’s mental health tax and believes that purchasing individual client services best meets its commitment to assure quality services at reasonable costs. Any individual or organization which meets the relevant, appropriate criteria is eligible to receive Board funds. These services assist those who are dealing with mental illness or other mental health issues, a developmental disability or a substance abuse problem. Many of these services are provided free of charge or on a sliding scale based on income.

Mental Health Disorders

Amount funded to Mental Health Services for Fiscal Year 2019 (7/1/2018-6/30/2019)

Service Description: Domestic Violence – Advocacy, Case Management, Counseling
Service Provider: Dove, Inc
FY 2019 Funding: $72,442

Service Description: Intergrated CHIC/Public Health Department – Mental Health Counseling and Consultation within the Community Health Improvement Center and within the Macon County Public Health Department.
Service Provider: Heritage Behavioral Health Center
FY 2019 Funding: $66,150

Service Description: Sex Offender Evaluations -Provides court-ordered juvenile sex offender evaluations for youth involved in the Macon County Juvenile Justice system.
Service Provider: Macon County Court Services
FY 2019 Funding: $15,000

Service Description: Community Based Youth Services – Out patient interventions for youth at risk including: formal assessment, counseling, case management, weekly teen groups, and linkages with other services in Macon and Piatt Counties. The Mental Health Board’s funding is a match for State of Illinois Department of Children and Family Services funding to Youth Advocate, Inc.
Service Provider: Youth Advocate Program
FY 2019 Funding: $33,425

Service Description: Hidden Victims Program – Provides individual and group counseling for any person at any age who has a family member/significant other become a victim of homicide or has a family member/significant other die while the innocent victim of criminal activity.
Service Provider: State’s Attorney Office – Decatur Psychological Associates
FY 2019 Funding: $5,715

Service Description: Mental Health Court – The Mental Health Board provides funding for a variety of activities related to the Macon County Mental Health Court. An individual with a mental disorder who commits a non-violent crime due to the mental disorder may become involved with Mental Health Court. The Court provides such an individual with the opportunity to participate in treatment under the Court’s supervision. This provides an alternative to incarceration.
Service Provider:  Public Defenders Office, Heritage Behavioral Health, and Macon County States Attorney
FY 2019 Funding: $66,963

Service Description: Mental Health Services – outpatient services including but not limited to couseling, case management and assessment designed to provide brief treatment to children, adolescents, adults and older adults who are suspected of having a mental health problem and/or disorder. Services are provided within the CHIC clinic.
Service Provider: Community Health Improvement Center dba Crossing Health Care
FY 2019 Funding: $40,500

Service Description: Counseling/Student Assistance Program – For individuals, couples and families who are experiencing a wide range of psychological and interpersonal problems. These outpatient services are targeted at individuals with non chronic, serious mental disorders. Student assistance services are made available in all of the County’s Catholic schools
Service Provider: Catholic Charities
FY 2019 Funding: $57,530

Service Description: Family Advocate Program – An intensive service in which a caseworker and two family advocates provide comprehensive support, counseling, and advocacy services to families whose children have been indentified as abused or neglected. Mental Health Board funds are a match for State of Illinois Department of Children and Family Services funding to Youth Advocate.
Service Provider: Youth Advocate Program
FY 2019 Funding: $21,225

Service Provider: School Crisis Response Services – An evidence-based response in schools after traumatic events, such as the suicide of a peer or other traumatic death.
FY 2019 Funding: $11,297

Service Description: Rental Assistance – Funding to assist individuals with mental disorders and/or substance abuse disorders and/or developmental disorders in acquiring and maintaining independent housing. Funding may also be used to assist in the purchase of start-up supplies.
Service Provider: Woodford Homes
FY 2019 Funding: $4,500

Service Description: Psycho-Social Work – provides sheltered work experiences and work readiness training for individuals with serious and persistent mental disorders.
Service Provider: Macon Resources Inc.
FY 2019 Funding: $97,043

Service Description: Supportive Employment Services – Job coach services for adults with mental disorders, substance abuse disorders and/or developmental disabilities that have been placed in community based employment.
Service Provider: Macon Resources Inc.
FY 2019 Funding: $4,860

Service Description: Residential Live In – Funding to support expenses related to the live-in manager of a supportive housing apartment building for individuals with mental disorders, substance abuse disorders and/or developmental disabilities.
Service Provider: Camelot Supportive Housing, Charles Street Supportive Housing
FY 2019 Funding: $29,942

Service Description: Mental Health Individual Assistance – Mental health treatment services provided to individuals with insurance co-pays or who have no insurace or health care plan.
Service Provider: Heritage Behavioral Health Center
FY 2019 Funding: $46,246

Service Description: Residential Live In – Funding to support expenses related to the live-in manager of a supportive housing apartment building for individuals with mental disorders, substance abuse disorders and/or developmental disabilities.
Service Provider: Woodford Homes
FY 2019 Funding: $11,250

Developmental Disorders

Amount funded to Developmental Disability Services for Fiscal Year 2019 (7/1/2018-6/30/2019)

 

Service Description: Consultation on applied behavioral analysis programs for children 4 and 5 years old with autism.
Service Provider: Macon County Mental Health Board
FY 2019 Funding: $4,500

Service Description: Pre-vocational summer work experience – For special education youth, ages 14 – 21, who have a developmental disability. Work readiness and work related skills are taught, and a variety of specialized experiences are provided for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Service Provider: Macon Resources
FY 2019 Funding: $196,746

Service Description: Social Skills Develepment – Provides adults with developmental disabilities social and leisure activites while associatiing with their peers enjoying community experiences. Teaches liesure time structuring and appropriate social interactions.
Service Provider: Macon Resources
FY 2019 Funding: $40,102

Service Description: Parents’s Night Out – Provides supervised recreational activities for developmental disabled children and their syblings in order to provide respite for the parent(s).
Service Provider: Macon Resources
FY 2019 Funding: $28,077

Service Description: Transition Vocational Summer Services – Vocational and work experiences aimed at preparing the older adolescent with developmental disabilities to transition from school to a work environment.
Service Provider: Macon Resources Inc.
FY 2019 Funding: $14,045

Service Description: Early Intervention 4-5 – A pool of funds awarded individually on behalf of the 4-5 year old child and family for specific services. Services include, but are not limited to, speech therapy, developmental therapy and physical therapy.
Service Provider: Varies by grantee
FY 2019 Funding: $4,500

Substance Use

Amount funded to Substance Abuse Services for Fiscal Year 2019 (7/1/2018-6/30/2019)

 

Service Description: Deferred Prosecution- Assessments, drug testing, pre-treatment education and drug treatment are provided in this collaboration with the State’s Attorney to offer a second chance to first time offenders facing drug charges. This is an alternative to incarceration for non violent first time offenders who have a substance abuse problem.
Service Provider: Heritage Behavioral Health Center, Inc.
FY 2019 Funding: $13,500

Service Description: Substance Abuse Services – An array of treatment sevices that includes but are not limited to admission and discharge assessments and level I and II individual and group counseling. Also includes reimbursement for some medical medications not covered by Medicaid or insurance.
Service Provider: Heritage Behavioral Health Center, Inc.
FY 2019 Funding: $31,500

Service Description: Deferred Prosecution Case Management – The case manager provides a linkage between the state’s attorney’s office and Heritage Behavioral Health Center, coordinates services and tracks each participant’s progress.
Service Provider: State’s Attorney Office
FY 2019 Funding: $24,605

Service Description: Prevention services – Smart Moves is a program to provide alternatives to youth to promote a drug-free lifestyle. This is an after school center based program.
Service Provider: Boys and Girls Club
FY 2019 Funding: $15,893

Service Description: Prevention – Meridian Hawk Hangout provides an after school program for at risk youth that emphasizes academic success for students in parts of Macon County.

Service Provider: Meridian School District
FY 2019 Funding: $29,783

Service Description: Treatment – To prevent fatal drug overdoses by providing emergency overdose kits along with training in their use.
Service Provider: Tyler Yount Foundation, Ltd.
FY 2019 Funding: $4,500

Combined Disabilities

Amount funded to Combined Disability Services for Fiscal Year 2019

Service Description: Oasis – Drop-in and outreach services for homeless individuals with a mental and/or substance abuse disorder.
Service Provider: Heritage Behavioral Health Center, Inc.
FY 2019 Funding: $45,000

Service Description: Crisis Residential – This provides a safe and therapeutic residential environment for those who are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization due to an emotional or psychiatric crisis, and for those individuals requiring sub-acute detoxification from acohol or another substance. Stays are from 24 hours to two weeks.
Service Provider: Heritage Behavioral Health Center, Inc.
FY 2019 Funding: $51,182

Service Description: Law Enforcement Center Counseling – Provides crisis intervention, assessment and counseling for individuals incarcerated in the Macon County Jail who might have a mental disorder and/or substance abuse disorder.
Service Provider: Heritage Behavioral Health Center, Inc.
FY 2019Funding: $92,371

Service Description: Guardianship Services – Provides “guardianship of person” for indigent elderly individuals from Macon County with a mental disorder and elderly individuals with a developmental disability.
Service Provider: Catholic Charities
FY 2019 Funding: $71,668

Service Description: Elder Care Options – Services that assess, counsel, and determine the need for guardianship for disabled elderly adults who are no longer able to make sound judgments on their own. This includes educational and supportive services to families of these elderly adults.
Service Provider: Catholic Charities
FY 2019 Funding: $23,206

Service Description: Faith in Action – Volunteer services including but not limited to companionship, assistance with shopping and recreational are offered free of charge to the frail, the homebound, and the mentally and/or physically disabled population aged 55 years and older.
Service Provider: Catholic Charities
FY 2019 Funding: $4,823

Service Description: Case Modified Management – Provides Master’s level case management and counseling services to youth who may be at risk for developing substance use or behavioral problems and/or have such problems. This includes coordinating services with the schools and families besides for the youth.
Service Provider: Boys and Girls Club
FY 2019 Funding: $22,742

Service Description: Psychological/Psychiatric Evaluations – Fitness to stand trial evaluations.
Service Provider: Macon County Public Defender
FY 2019 Funding: $7,948

Service Description: Crisis Residential – Provides crisis residential services for youth between eight and eighteen years of age. This is the local runaway shelter and/or shelter for “locked out” youth. Stays from one night to 30 nights.

Service Provider: Youth Advocate Program
FY 2019 Funding: $79,319

Service Description: Student Assistance Programs – Provides early identification of mental illness or substance abuse problems, counseling, and referrals for students. This is counseling and assessment services for youth in their school environment.

Service Provider: Decatur, Meridian, Maroa-Forsyth, Mt. Zion, and Warrensburg Public Schools
FY 2019 Funding: $191,833

Service Description: Residential Management – Operation and other supportive housing services which in certain instances includes case management for persons with a mental disorder, mental illness with co-occurring substance abuse, and/or a developmental disability. Provide administrative and management services for the operation and maintenance of housing for individuals who are developmentally, physically and/or mentally disabled.
Service Provider: Woodford Homes
FY 2019 Funding: $101,430

Service Description: Camelot Street Residential – Funding to assist with expenses related to the operation of a supportive housing apartment building for persons with a mental, developmental, physical, and/or substance disorder.
FY 2019 Funding: $21,418

Service Description: Charles Street Residential- Funding to assist with expenses related to the operation of a supportive housing apartment building for persons with a mental, developmental, physical, and/or substance disorder.
Service Provider: Charles Street Supportive Housing
FY 2019 Funding: $21,418

Service Description: Supportive Living Residential – Supportive care coordination/case management services to residents of Woodford Homes, Camelot Supportive Housing and Charles Street Supportive Housing.
Service Provider: Woodford Homes
FY 2019 Funding: $35,500

Service Description: Disaster Service – Mental health support in the event of a disaster and Critical Incident Services Management for emergency service workers.
Service Provider: Macon County Mental Health Board
FY 2019 Funding: $31,500

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