Status
Active
Start - End
2017 - 2025
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In the framework of the Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) initiative, the Case Care Management (CCM) program promotes the creation of multi-system cooperation among key decisionmakers from the justice and health sectors, as well as those from Social Services. CCM strengthens the institutional capacity of member states by creating opportunities for the treatment and social integration of justice-involved individuals with substance use disorders. CCM also promotes mechanisms for the effective evaluation of ATI interventions which encourage follow-up with participants after completion and graduation of programs.

Objectives

To contribute to the development of policies that works towards the prevention of low-level drug-related crime, the reduction of prison populations, and the effective social integration of low-level offenders with substance use disorders.  

Activities
  • Publication of a CCM curriculum to train decision makers and professionals involved in the development and implementation of CCM systems.
  • Development of the CCM curriculum for adolescents.
  • Training on CCM aimed at countries interested in implementing the model in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • Follow-up and assistance to countries on the design, adaptation, and implementation of CCM pilots in their countries.
  • Assistance in the identification of monitoring indicators and data collection to support the effective evaluation of CCM projects within the ATI framework.
  • Sensitization on ATI and CCM for countries interested in the model.
  • Exchange of good practices on the effective social integration of persons in conflict with the law through ATI and CCM.
More Results
Results
Publication of the curriculum on Case Care Management for socio-occupational integration of justice-involved individuals with substance use disorders
9 training workshops since 2017 on socio-occupational integration of justice-involved individuals with substance use disorders
More than 1,000 professionals trained/sensitized since 2017 on socio-occupational integration of justice-involved individuals with substance disorders
26 Master Trainers (Trainers) trained to deliver the CCM curriculum internationally
Number of countries and number of professionals sensitized on CCM: over 13 countries and over 700 professionals
Countries implementing a CCM pilot project: 1 Trinidad and Tobago
Number of webinars held on CCM (9 webinars 2021 - 2024)
3 in-person events held on CCM (2020-2023): Trinidad and Tobago, Washington, DC and Costa Rica
Beneficiary Countries
Colombia
Colombia
Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic
Guyana
Guyana
Jamaica
Jamaica
Peru
Peru
Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago
More Publications
Publications
September, 2023
Case Care Management - Participant Manual
September, 2023
Case Care Management - Trainer Manual
Team
Antonio Lomba
Unit Chief
Luisa Neira
Financial Officer
Santiago Moreno
Project Officer
Strategic Partners