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Police Assisted Recovery (PAR Program)

Police find new pathways to treatment and recovery Drug addiction is a public health concern that can become a public safety concern when addiction drives criminal behavior. Police officers are first responders to emergencies on the street, but they’re also first responders to people in crisis, whether that crisis be a mental health concern or someone whose behavior is fueled by addiction.

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Project Impact(s): Addiction, Mental Health, Public Safety

This project is in Available Phase

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Collaborators, Project Type, Impacts, Related Projects

Collaborators 

Lead Organization: Rochester Police Department

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Known/Likely Collaborators: County of Olmsted, MN ; Diversity Council ; Doc's Recovery House ; Empower CTC ; Mayo Clinic Community Engagement ; Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge ; Olmsted County Adult & Children's Mental Health Local Advisory Council ; Zumbro Valley Health Center

Potential Collaborators:


Related Projects


Impacts 

Major Impact:  Addiction

PlanScape Impacts :

Level 1: Addiction, Mental Health, Public Safety

Level 2:

DMC Impacts:

Community Health Impacts:

Mental Health, Substance Use


Type of Project

Programming  

 

 

Detailed Description

 Solution:


The Police-Assisted Recovery program leverages collaboration between the Rochester Police Department, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private entities to provide assistance and guidance toward sobriety.

Impact:


Addiction-driven offenders will be guided by police officers and other supporting organizations towards treatment, health and stability. Police officers will gain skills in identifying and responding to suspects with mental illness and addiction to more effectively ensure public safety and health.

Partners:


Rochester Police Department, Zumbro Valley Health Center, Doc's Recovery House, Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge, EmPower CTC, Olmsted County Adult Behavioral Health

 


Other Community News and Reports having impacts on:

Addiction, Mental Health, Public Safety  
May 17, 2024: Minnesota Department of Health May 2034 News

May 2024 Health Equity Community Survey

May 2024 MDH Newsletter: COVID-19 in Min; Funding; Jobs; Upcoming Testing & Vaccination Events

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April 22, 2024: Credible Mind and Collective Impact
Introducing Credible Mind to support CHNA collaboration. 

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November 30, 2023: BIPOC Cohort Winter Food Drive
BIPOC Cohort Winter Food Drive on behalf of LifeGate Services. 

 

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November 01, 2023: CMR Outreach to community organizations to take up NIH Build Up Trust Grant

1. 2023-11-01 CMRC Convening a Checkpoint Meeting to gauge collaboration interests.

2. 2023-10-12 One Olmstead to take a lead;

3. Updates with CMRC,

4.  More info from NIH

5. Outreaches to Mayo, UMR and Olmsted County Public Health. 

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July 15, 2023: Developing Age-Friendly Olmsted County (AFOC) Plan
1. July 2023 Updates; 2. Feb. 2023 Updates; 3. April 2022 AFOC Action Plan Draft

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July 11, 2023: Mayo Clinic Social Innovation Grant
Mayo Clinic is now accepting applications for a new Social Innovation Grant poised to address health care disparities in Olmsted County. Visit the Mayo Clinic Community Engagement page for application materials and additional information. Applications are due July 31, 2023.

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February 25, 2023: Use of "America City for Health" as moniker to attract DMC investment

Feb 2023 Business Development status; Nov. 2021 Presentation to DMCC Board in November 2021 Board Meeting. Focus on attracting more companies coming in.  America City for Health as lead generation asset. 

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January 28, 2023: State of Minnesota
Community Conversation: Building Racial Equity into the Walls of Minnesota Medicaid - A focus on U.S.-born Black Minnesotans

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January 27, 2023: Community Health Assessment Process
2021 - 2023 CHIP Priorities and Status; 2024 - 2026 CHIP Priorities

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January 22, 2023: Centering Black Voices through Participatory Grantmaking

Investing in Community-Led Solutions Centering Black Voices through Participatory Grantmaking

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December 25, 2022: Collection of documents

Documents include Process Improvements; Planning Process, Memberships

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December 15, 2022: Minnesota Department of Health Eliminating Health Disparities

1. Request for Proposals for Grants with Community-based Organizations, Tribes and Diverse Media Vendors for COVID-19 Communications, Engagement, and Outreach; 2. Seeking Paid Volunteers to Participate in 2022 Eliminating Health Disparities Initiative (EHDI) Grant Review Process

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August 31, 2022: United Way of Olmsted County
Request for grants proposal: Health access, Early success

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Last modified by support on 2021/09/05
Created by allnode on 2015/10/07

 

 

 

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