As part of the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC), grant funds are used to develop and refine justice and behavioral health initiatives to improve outcomes for people in the criminal justice system. Some may have behavioral health conditions, substance use disorder, or co-occurring issues. Following are some of the programs where grant funds are obtained and used to help make a difference in Douglas County.
Douglas County H.O.P.E. Drug Court operates under the jurisdiction of Douglas County Circuit Court...Link to page
The Improving People's Access to Community-based Treatment, Supports and Services (IMPACTS) grant program was established by the Oregon Legislature through Sentate Bill (SB) 973 in recognition of the shortage of comprehensive community supports...Link to page
The Douglas County Mental Health Court began on August 19, 2014 with Judge Randolph Garrison and operates under the jurisdiction of the Douglas County Circuit Court...Link to page
The RSAT program in the Douglas County Jail is funRSAT office areaded by a State Justice Reinvestment Program grant and tends to be frequent utilizers of the criminal justice system...Link to page