“We’re proud of the results we’ve been able to accomplish through this collaboration, and we look forward to extending our reach to all those in need of health and social services in our community.” “Our partnership with Beacon Community Connections has already proven to be successful in furthering the Sheriff’s Office mission to preserve life and ensure public safety in Lafayette Parish,” said Sheriff Mark Garber. Source
Beacon has received 283 referrals from the Sheriff’s Office and has assisted 172 individuals during that time. If the Beacon Network continues to improve and expand, LPSO can refer additional individuals who are aging in place or living with disabilities for services. The work is pilot funded through a Bureau of Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Grant. LPSO’s partnership with Beacon has been active for 15 months, and it began with a planning grant to develop the pre-arrest diversion program.
Feds fund mental health crisis teams to stand in for police LPSO has been a partner with Beacon for three years, contracting with the organization to provide non-clinical case management to people with a suspected mental illness or early stages of dementia.
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