The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is conducting a program in select counties providing addiction treatment to individuals who are offenders within the criminal justice system, eligible to participate in MAT drug court, and with dependence on opioids, alcohol or both. The Addiction Treatment Program (ATP) was legislatively established in Section 331.90 of the 2016/2017 State Budget and $11 million was appropriated. Currently, specialty-docket drug courts in 13 counties are included in the program: Allen, Clinton, Cuyahoga, Franklin, Gallia, Hardin, Hocking, Jackson, Marion, Mercer, Montgomery, Summit and Warren. These counties are conducting drug court programs certified by the Supreme Court of Ohio. Treatment of eligible adult offenders will be provided by a community addiction services provider certified by OhioMHAS.
The Treatment Research Institute, based in Philadelphia, has been awarded the contract to evaluate the effectiveness of ATP. The evaluation will provide valuable information to the state about process issues (facilitators and barriers) surrounding the uptake of MAT interventions in Drug Courts. This will improve potential adoption in Drug Courts statewide.
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ATP Media Release/Fact Sheet
ATP Program Overview
Am. Sub. H.B. No. 64, Section 331.90. Medication-Assisted Treatment Drug Court Program for Specialized Docket Programs
ATP Funding Availability Memo
SFY 16 Slots Per County
Case Western Reserve University Begun Center Report on ATP (Dec. 2015)
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Drug Court Program Communication Form for Medicaid Recipients
ATP January 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 Overview / Program Logistics Webinar
ATP Learning Collaborative Questions
ATP Medicaid FFS and MCP Contacts