THE INTERSECTION OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM WITH MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS, SEXUAL ABUSE AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER
Friday, September 27, 2019
8:30 am to 5 pm
Clarion Inn Frederick Event Center
5400 Holiday Drive
Frederick, MD 21703
Heartly House, Inc., Mental Health Association of Frederick County, Wells House, Inc., Frederick County Health Department
The Summit of Intersections is authorized through the FCHD by the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists to sponsor 6.5 continuing education programs for Category A CEU. CEUs have been applied for to sponsor 6.5 social work continuing education programs for Category I CEU and the Maryland Association of Prevention Professionals & Advocates to sponsor 6.5 continuing education programs for CEU. Participants must attend all hours of the training and submit an evaluation to receive a certificate.
Limited Seating – Register Early
Precision Diagnostics and United Way of Frederick County
|7:30a||Breakfast and Registration|
|8:30a||Welcome and Instructions||Cynthia Terl|
Prosecution at the Crossroads
|Charlie Smith — Frederick County State’s Attorney
The Role of the SA Office in addressing MH, SA, SUD
|9:45m||Problem Solving Courts – A Viable Alternative||Gray Barton — Director of Problem Solving Courts, MD|
This workshop will focus on the effect of incarceration of those in jail, their children and their children’s caregivers.
This workshop will be focusing on the impact that drug addiction has on the criminal justice system.
||Jen Tousey, Suzy Boisclair, Sgt. Andrew Alcorn
This session will focus on the criminal investigatory process and its impact on victims and survivors.
|12:00p||Buffet Lunch Included|
I believe in Me
His story of transformation and his mission to inspire and challenge at risk youth through physical and mental activities to foster self-respect and respect for the world around them.
||Heather Moreno, Lindsey Carpenter
Learn more about the ways in which human trafficking is a unique and challenging crime for criminal justice workers to navigate.
“Finding Your Voice” will focus on the path from our early years of life when we are influenced by many outside voices, telling us what to and what not to feel, think, say, and do.
How “trauma Training” for law enforcement is having an impact.
As with the broader population, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ+), and allied sexual orientation/gender identity (SOGI) communities interact with law enforcement and judicial institutions on a regular basis.
|3:30p||Action Plan Panel and Questions and Answers||Dr. Barbara Brookmyer, Christina Trenton, Charlie Smith, Dr. Inga James, Shannon Alshire, Betsy Day, Ken Oldham, Richard Barton
Each panel member summarizes key findings from the day and outlines actions attendees should take based on this knowledge. Organizations include WH, MHA, United Way, FCHD, Heartly House,. Dr Brookmyer will be lead speaker providing a county wide perspective.
For questions, comments or concerns, please contact us:
The Summit of Intersections
PO Box 1449, Frederick, Maryland 21702