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Tobacco Cessation and the Criminal Justice System: Tobacco & Mental Wellbeing Masterclass Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Seidale Shipman (he/his) NBHN
31:38
Welcome to today’s webinar, Tobacco Cessation and the Criminal Justice System: Tobacco and Mental Wellbeing Masterclass Workshop. Closed captioning is available for today’s event. You can turn on captions via Zoom, or view the captions in a separate window here: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=TobaccoCessationandtheCriminalJusticeSystem
Seidale Shipman (he/his) NBHN
33:47
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Seidale Shipman (he/his) NBHN
34:56
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Seidale Shipman (he/his) NBHN
35:14
For more detailed information on justice involved populations, please access this link https://www.bhwellness.org/resources/toolkits/BHWP-Tobacco-Free-Toolkit-JI-web.pdf
Seidale Shipman (he/his) NBHN
38:20
TEST
Jim Pavlik
38:23
It works!
Issah Younossi
38:24
yup
Laura Arent
38:28
Yes, thank you!
Alma Anderson
38:31
got it!
Alana Fraley
38:33
thank you
Samara Tahmid
38:58
Thanks everyone for their patience and cooperation as we got that fixed! :)
Emily Kohler
44:50
I held cessation classes in 5 correctional facilities in Florida and I loved it, but when they went tobacco free our funders disallowed us to serve incarcerated individuals.
Chad Morris
45:40
Emily- sorry to hear that - I would like to talk to you offline at some point to hear more
Emily Kohler
46:01
Sounds good, Chad!
National Council for Mental Wellbeing PIC 3
59:06
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01:01:49
Are the Crossbar e-cigs in all prisons? I'm in NC.
Deborah Buckles
01:01:57
Love how you have stated this
Chad Morris
01:02:46
To my knowledge- offering ecigs is a decision specific jails and prisons are making across the US
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01:06:00
Thanks Chad!
Malia Lehua Ball
01:09:55
Sorry that was a mistake
Laura McCulloch
01:09:56
that slide showing interest in quitting by general population and then by behavioral populations was great. could you share the source of that research?
Laura McCulloch
01:10:17
thank you!
Lillian Maddox-Whitehead
01:12:18
American Lung Association's Freedom From Smoking Cessation
Chelsea Ridge
01:12:22
Trained TTS personnel
Elizabeth Snyder
01:12:33
Our agency already serves clients when they are released on parole.
Linda Harder
01:12:40
teen tobacco cessation classes for Juvenile probation, diversion, and detention programs as well as prisoner release cessation resources
Sarah Cameron, CTTS
01:13:00
I work for the research arm of a large inner city hospital. My boss (primary investigator and psychologist) works with the jail doctor to create connections with staff, etc, to attempt to create and implement cessation programming.
Seidale Shipman (he/his) NBHN
01:13:03
Judith Beaver wrote TTS
Becky Boober
01:13:14
We have staff, materials, and community partnerships as well as state cessation programming.
Jim Brawner
01:13:16
Drug Court ordered cessation for community hours
Rhonda Williams
01:13:22
We have offered $ to VT DOC but they believe we can make meaningful change without it. We are starting with training substance use peer counselors and use of a substance use app that includes tobacco (and monitoring use)
Kelsea King
01:13:22
our agency does cessation classes for those in drug courts and incarcerated. with juvenile and adults.
Emily Kohler
01:14:05
We do cessation for drug court ordered facilities.
Rhonda Williams
01:15:17
Another aspect we have found important during the past 18 months working on this project is to be a supportive partner to our DOC colleagues who are faced with staff shortages and shutdowns that compromise mental and physical health interventions
Kelsea King
01:15:18
during covid we got lucky and did a lot via zoom still
Jamie Katz
01:16:45
me!
Alma Anderson
01:16:46
👍
Project Filter
01:16:54
yes:)
Rhonda Williams
01:16:59
same here!
Julie Jones
01:17:00
yes
Alma Anderson
01:17:42
All our coaches are TTS certified.
Jim Pavlik
01:22:56
Thanks for all this great input ,all!
Jamie Katz
01:35:02
adult residential center
Allison Gorrilla
01:35:15
community corrections/reentry services for those on conditional release
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01:35:33
I'm working with local behavioral health organizations and they have programs embedded in their services such as drug courts, etc.
Jess Ivanoff
01:35:52
I am involved with our local BHS team that conducts a Matrix Program for either court order or outpatient for substance abuse
Jim Pavlik
01:38:25
Jess, are you talking about the Matrix IOP?
Jess Ivanoff
01:39:00
Yes! Thank you, I am currently on work trip for tobacco cessation services.
Jim Pavlik
01:40:12
I’ve heard good things about that program. If you have time perhaps later, we’d love to hear your experiences with and what the inmates/re-enterers think of it
Jess Ivanoff
01:41:24
Of course! Happy to share and I do love the Matrix Program.
National Council for Mental Wellbeing PIC 3
01:46:31
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Jim Pavlik
01:52:36
Many of you may be trained/certified in SBIRT. SBIRT and the 5As enjoy a near perfect correspondence.
Julie Jones
01:57:26
screening and arranging
Elizabeth Snyder
01:57:45
Currently use the 5As with clients who have released into the community and are getting Case Management services at our agency.
lyn budd
01:58:18
Looking ahead at implementing .. 2 A's and R from previous webinar.
Sarah Cameron, CTTS
01:58:25
For our program, the jail clinic staff ask, then our TTS enrolls in the study and does the remaining A's with the patient (the A's are embedded in our protocol).
Julia Doherty
01:58:42
working on establishing a cessation group at a minimum security facility. So it will address all 5 including offering referral to Quitline at re-entry. Screening is not currently facility-wide however.
Allison Gorrilla
01:58:45
the agencies we're working with do more of an ask, assess, refer model. They do some assist via MI.
Jess Ivanoff
01:58:52
Advising more on the concept of lessening intake of tobacco with small steps to achieve goals and then hopefully all together quit, then assisting.
Rhonda Williams
01:59:13
Using the state prison intake data for assessing tobacco use (screening) and assisting through linking to a peer counselor and/or arranging for use of app on the tablets each inmate should (eventually) have
Sarah Thompson
01:59:20
In our work with community corrections case managers are implementing all 5As to varying degrees - their focus would be on arranging as they don't provide treatment.
Rhonda Williams
02:00:28
well....we will see if the reports come through!
Rhonda Williams
02:00:50
No, they said "not needed"
Sarah Thompson
02:01:37
In terms of advice - case managers focus on providing patient-centered care and should not "advise" so this language can be sticky. Have others experienced this?
Elizabeth Snyder
02:09:56
Sarah, I like to "Advise" clients about the services available and the support they can get in developing a Quit Plan IF they choose, then ASSES for readiness.
Emily Kohler
02:10:09
outside evaluator ;-)
Elizabeth Snyder
02:11:27
Our agency has an expectation that each client is screened. That is verified in our data system
Sheryl Deutsch
02:13:08
How do you foster the 'advise' if the person doing the advising is a smoker?
Allison Gorrilla
02:13:31
We are suggested tobacco use screening be a tobacco performance measure that is tracked and reported. For the agencies that choose to do quit line referrals, our quitline provides monthly data on referrals, connection rates, etc to provide to agencies
Emily Kohler
02:13:45
Speaking of not should-ing all over yourself... Brene Brown is awesome!
Jess Ivanoff
02:20:42
Reach out to surrounding communities here in the Bering Strait region of AK. Vocalize the services that are available.
lyn budd
02:21:06
My boss thinks it the outcome is to have as many participants go through the program as possible...#'s
BLAKE THOMAS
02:21:24
Our SMART Goal is being able to promote tobacco 21 and increase the amount of tobacco cessation resources in all counties of Nevada
Annie Thomas
02:22:18
Using other providers who identify patients who are tobacco smokers and what are ready for support in quitting.
Linda Harder
02:22:45
Educate Mental Health Court programs regarding tobacco cessation resources and encourage referrals
Emily Kohler
02:23:10
Resume tobacco cessation classes at Chemical Addiction Recovery Effort by the end of Quarter 3. COVID derailed us there.
Malia Lehua Ball
02:23:18
I would like to start with connecting with Transitional Housings in the Waianae Coast on Oahu, Hi
Sarah Cameron, CTTS
02:23:30
I work for a study (with IRB approval and all the works) so our goals have to be VERY smart. In general: S= a TTS will meet with consented enrolled jail participants for a 50 minute session, followed by one 30 minute phone session. Then a telephone assessment at 1 week and 12 weeks post discharge using evidence based measures.
Julie Jones
02:23:40
Educate # persons who conduct stepdown and re-entry services on quitting resources (including Quitlines)
Jess Ivanoff
02:23:45
Providers are great at sending referrals for tobacco cessation. I just recently spoke at our local radio stations and did a live interview for what I do for my job.
Julia Doherty
02:24:01
100% of tobacco cessation group participants are offered a referral to the quitline before re-entry
Allison Gorrilla
02:24:21
Every client who is screened as a smoker is provided a service (motivational intervention or referral) based on their readiness for change
Jim Brawner
02:24:23
Will there be a copy of the chat provided at the end of this presentation along with the slides, etc.
National Council for Mental Wellbeing PIC 3
02:25:11
Hi Jim, yes! All archived materials, to include resources, speaker bios and the archived event recording, will be made available on our website here within 2 business days: https://www.bhthechange.org/resources/resource-type/archived-webinars/
Pam Miller
02:25:59
We have a small ( 3 people) Tobacco treatment team that provides outpatient services to a seven hospital region in Central PA. We provide a very tailored program with the small group that we have.
Rhonda Williams
02:27:40
Such a great point, Jim! Thanks for reminding us on the importance of sustainability. Great presentation and sharing!
Jeanine Kunshek
02:29:57
thanks!
Malia Lehua Ball
02:30:00
Mahalo for all the great information
Seidale Shipman
02:30:02
Please find the 2021 Implementation Toolkit for Statewide Tobacco Control Programs here: https://www.bhthechange.org/resources/new-nbhn-toolkit-implementation-toolkit-for-statewide-tobacco-control-programs/
Julia Doherty
02:30:28
resources regarding NRT with the population? Appears to be a lack of evidence in this area for the incarcerated population
Emily Kohler
02:30:46
Thank you so much! Great presentation! I have to go.
Seidale Shipman
02:30:52
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02:31:20
Thank you all!
Project Filter
02:32:07
thank you