Highlights

Gary E. Miller Children's
Justice Center

7905 E. Hwy. 66
El Reno, OK 73036

405-262-0202 (Phone)
405-262-0259 (Fax)

                                                         

The Behavioral Health Services of the Canadian County Children's Justice Center provides a broad array of chemical dependency and mental health services for the children and families of Canadian County. All children and adolescents who reside in Canadian County are eligible for services.  Parents of such children may also qualify for a limited number of services.
Services offered through Behavioral Health are CARF accredited and certified by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services:

  • 24 Bed residential Facility (Fort Reno Adolescent Center)
  • Alcohol and other Drug Assessments
  • Mental Health Assessments
  • Outpatient Chemical Dependency Treatment
  • Brief Individual Mental Health Stabilization
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Community Outreach
  • Intensive outpatient chemical dependency treatment

 

Organizational Decription 2012- 2013

Target Populations

Consumers who receive Outpaitent services by the Family Recovery Program (FRP) are adolescents, who are a resident of Oklahoma and are ages 13 to 17, and adults who have a prevention or open child welfare case in Canadian County.  Consumers who receive residential treatment at the Fort Reno Adolescent Center (FRAC) are adolescents who are a resident of Oklahoma and are ages 13 to 17 and meet criteria set by the American Society of Addiction Medicine PPC-2R for III.5 level of care.

Mission Statement

The Behavioral Health Services at the Gary E. Miller Children's Justice Center exists to serve children and families who are experiencing alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and/or related co-occuring mental health issues.  Behavioral Health Services will offer assessment, treatment and/or referral services to each person and/or family included within these varied populations with a welcoming philosophy which reflects hospitality, repsect, choices and that consumer has arrived at the correct destination.

Annual Goals and Objectives

Goal One:

For Behavioral Health to prepare, complete a pre-audit, pariticpate in actual site-visit and audit and to receive a score of, "With Commendation" on the ODMHSAS tri-annual site visit and audit.  Work group: Dr. Sharp, Doni Duggan, Kim White and Eva Massey.  Doni Duggan (Lead)

Objective 1A: Assistant Director of Behavioral Health to reivew appropriate standards and make necessary curriculum, documentation, training and program changes.  Target Date: November 2012

Objective 1B:  Assistant Director, Group Home Director and Lead Counselor to plan, implement and record all required trainings in appropriate personnel records.  Target Date: February 2013

Objective 1C:  Director of Behavioral Health, Assistant Director and Clinical Supervisor to make use of the ODMHSAS Contract Audit as a tool in the preparation of the ODMHSAS Certification Audit.  Target Date:  February 2013

Objective 1D:  Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor to review existing documentation for potential errors and revise if ethically possible.  Target Date:  March 2013

Goal Two:

Assist the Canadian County Behavioral Health Community, with their annual obligation, to obtain continuing education units.  Work Group:  Dr. Sharp, Bill Alexander and Doni Duggan.  Dr. Sharp (Lead)

Objective 2A:  Director of Behavioral Health to suggest at least three behavioral health training topics that would be of interest and use to multiple behavioral health providers within Canadian County.  Target Date:  12-31-12

Objective 2B:  Director of Behavioral Health to select a potential speaker, potential presentation date and a potential topic of interest and use to multiple behavioral health providers within Canadian County.  Target Date:  2-28-13

Objective 2C:  Assistant Director of Behavioral Health to make application for CEU approval in advance for various behavioral health disciplines on the above diescribed presentation.  Target Date:  4-30-13

Objective 2D:  The Assisant Director of Behavioral Health is to implement the above described training event.  Target Date:  6-30-13

Goal Three

To find and/or develop professional training opportunities for behavioral health staff to aid them in the provision of co-occuring capable, trauma informed, culturally competent, recovery oriented, gender specific and age specific services.  Work Group:  Dr. Sharp

Objective 3A:  The Director of Behavioral Health will reivew on a monthly basis training opportunities reiceved via U.S. mail, email and known websites for opportunities for staff to be trained in the areas of co-occuring, trauma informed, culturally competent, recovery oriented, gender specific and age specific services.  Target Date:  9-1-12

Objective 3B:  The Director of Behavioral Health will offer opportunites obtained via the U.S. mail, email and known websites to behavioral health staff in the areas of co-occuring, trauma informed, culturally competent, recovery oriented, gender specific and age specific services.  Target Date:  10-1-12

Objective 3C:  The Director of Behavioral Health will develop internal training opportunities within the FY12-13 year that focus on the areas of co-occuring, trauma informed, culturally competent, recovery oriented, gender specific and age specific services.  Target Date:  12-1-12

Objective 3D:  The Director of Behavioral Health to encourage staff during weekly treatment team meetings to direct their treatment plans as well as individual and group treatment opportunites towards co-occuring, trauma informed, culturally competent, recovery oreinted, gender specific and age specific issues and interventions.  Target Date:  1-1-13

 

                                                               

 

For more information, please call: (405) 262-0202