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CCJBH Full Council Meeting

December 10, 2021

2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

The CCJBH December 2021 Full Council Meeting will feature a presentation by their California State University, Sacramento Lived Experience contractor as well as the CCJBH Regional Lived Experience contractors which include the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, Cal Voices, the LA Regional Reentry Partners, and the Transitions Clinic Network. The contractors will share their organization’s mission and vision, project updates, and plans for the remainder of the contract. 

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ARC logo
Cal Voices logo
LARRP logo
TCN logo

In the latter part of this meeting, CCJBH will provide CCJBH project updates and the Council will engage in planning for Calendar Year 2022.

This meeting is open to the public, and the agenda will be posted by November 30, 2021. The Zoom registration link is below:

Registration Link

https://cchcs.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_P65NiGgnRD-Ad7ig66lGgA

CCJBH Full Council Meeting
Friday, December 10, 2021
2:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Zoom Meeting

Meeting & Call in information

Register in advance for this webinar

Attendees Registration Link

https://cchcs.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_P65NiGgnRD-Ad7ig66lGgA

To join this meeting by phone:

(US) 1-669-900-6833 or 1-346-248-7799

Meeting ID: 890 2958 2865

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COUNCIL MEMBERS

Kathleen Allison, Chair

Secretary, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Michelle Baass

Director, California Department of Health Care Services

Stephanie Clendenin

Director, California Department of State Hospitals

Anita Fisher

Representing Consumer/Family Member Perspective, San Diego County

Tony Hobson, PhD

Behavioral Health Director, Plumas County

Mack Jenkins

Chief Probation Officer, Ret., San Diego County

Stephen V. Manley

Santa Clara County, Superior Court Judge

Danitza Pantoja, PsyD
Coordinator of Psychological Services, Antelope Valley Union High School District

Tracey Whitney

Deputy District Attorney, Mental Health Liaison, Los Angeles County District Attorney

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Agenda

I. 2:00 PM Welcome & Introductions, Roll Call
Kathleen Allison, Secretary, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR)

II. 2:10 PM Approval of October Meeting Minutes. The CCJBH Executive Officer will ask for a motion to approve the October Full Council meeting minutes.
Brenda Grealish, Executive Officer, CCJBH

III. 2:15 PM Special Council Meeting Minutes – Vote to Adopt 2021 CCJBH Annual Legislative Report Recommendations. The CCJBH Executive Officer will ask for a motion to approve the Special Council meeting minutes.
Brenda Grealish, Executive Officer, CCJBH
*** PUBLIC COMMENT ***
*** COUNCIL VOTE ***

IV. 2:25 PM CCJBH Regional Lived Experience Projects. The Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC),
Cal Voices, the LA Regional Reentry Partners (LAARP), and the Transitions Clinic Network (TCN),
will provide the Council with their project backgrounds and updates, and plans for 2022 CCJBH project activities.
Liz Kroboth, California Program Manager, TCN
Josef Gray, Director of Sacramento, ARC
Andrea L. Crook, Director of Advocacy, CalVoices
Tiffany Carter, Statewide Advocacy Liaison, CalVoices
Julyanna Mendez, Program Manager, LAARP
Anthony Garcia, Program Coordinator, LAARP
*** COUNCIL QUESTIONS/DISCUSSION ***
*** PUBLIC COMMENT ***

3:25 PM The California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) Lived Experience Projects. CSUS will share their project background and updates, and plans for 2022 CCJBH project activities.
Orit Kalman, Senior Facilitator/Mediator, CSUS
Julia Van Horn, Lead Facilitator/Mediator, CSUS
Alex Cole-Weiss, Lead Facilitator/Mediator, CSUS
Anthony Garcia, Program Coordinator, LAARP
*** COUNCIL QUESTIONS/DISCUSSION ***
*** PUBLIC COMMENT ***

V. 3:40 PM CCJBH Business Meeting. CCJBH staff will provide an update on the 2021 Legislative Report, a year-in-review of CCJBH accomplishments, and propose 2022 priorities and meeting dates.
Brenda Grealish, Executive Officer, CCJBH
Monica Campos, Staff Services Manager III, CCJBH
Liz Vice, Staff Services Manager II, CCJBH
Jessica Camacho, Health Program Specialist II, CCJBH
Catherine Hickinbotham, Health Program Specialist I, CCJBH
Emily Grichuhin, Staff Services Analyst, CCJBH
Paige Hoffman, Staff Services Analyst, CCJBH
Daria Quintero, Graduate Student Assistant, CCJBH

  1. 2021 Legislative Report. The draft 2021 Legislative Report is currently under final review, feedback and approval, with a goal for submission to the Legislature by the December 31st due date.
  2. CCJBH Year-in-Review. CCJBH staff will provide a re-cap of Calendar Year 2022 accomplishments.
  3. Future Council Meetings
    a. 2022 Priorities
    b. Proposed 2022 Full Council and Workgroup Meeting Dates
    c. Revisit AB-361 Open Meetings
  4. Project Updates: CCJBH project status updates are provided for reference.

*** COUNCIL QUESTIONS/DISCUSSION ***
*** PUBLIC COMMENT ***

VI. 4:25 PM Announcements
Brenda Grealish, Executive Officer, CCJBH

Upcoming Meetings (Subject to Councilmember Approval)
Juvenile Justice Workgroup – Friday, February 11, 2022 1-3 PM
Diversion/Reentry Workgroup – Friday, February 18, 2022 1-3PM
Full Council Meeting – Friday, January 28, 2022 2-4:30PM

VII. 4:30 PM Adjourn 


THE ORDER OF BUSINESS MAY BE CHANGED WITHOUT NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that all times indicated and the orders of business are approximate and subject to change.

PUBLIC COMMENT

Public comment is taken prior to a vote on any agenda item as well as at the end of the meeting. If you so choose, prior to making comments, please state your name for the record and identify any group or organization you represent. Depending on the number of individuals wishing to address the Council, the Chair and/or Vice Chair may establish specific time limits on presentations.

** NOTICE **


Please be advised, in accordance with Executive Order N-29-20, and to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the risk of infection during the current state of emergency, the Council on Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health will conduct this meeting by remote participation only. Council members and members of the public may only attend this meeting using the teleconference/videoconference options described in this Notice.
Public Participation: The telephone lines of members of the public who dial into the meeting will initially be muted to prevent background noise from inadvertently disrupting the meeting. Phone lines will be unmuted during all portions of the meeting that are appropriate for public comment to allow members of the public to comment. Please see additional instructions below regarding Public Participation Procedures.
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCEDURES: All members of the public shall have the right to offer comment at this public meeting. The Commission Chair will indicate when a portion of the meeting is to be open for public comment. Any member of the public wishing to comment during public comment periods must do the following:

  • If joining by call-in, please email CCJBH@cdcr.ca.gov this will notify the meeting host that you wish to comment. You will be placed in line to comment in the order in which requests are received by the host. When it is your turn to comment, the meeting host will call on your name and unmute your line. The Executive Officer reserves the right to limit the time for comment. Members of the public should be prepared to complete their comments within 3 minutes or less time if a different time allotment is needed and announced by the Executive Officer.
  • If joining by computer, press the raise hand icon on the control bar. Pressing the raise hand will notify the meeting host that you wish to comment. You will be placed in line to comment in the order in which requests are received by the host. When it is your turn to comment, the meeting host will unmute your line and announce your name. The Chair reserves the right to limit the time for comment. Members of the public should be prepared to complete their comments within 3 minutes or less time if a different time allotment is needed and announced by the Chair.

The Council on Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health (CCJBH), and any committees thereof, comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act by ensuring meeting facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities, and providing that this notice and information given to the Members of the Council is available to the public in appropriate alternative formats when requested. If you need further assistance, including disability-related modifications or accommodations, you may contact Monica Campos at, CCJBH@cdcr.ca.gov no later than one day prior to the meeting.

Questions and/or requests for additional information prior to the CCJBH meeting may be referred to Monica Campos at (916) 479-0445 or CCJBH@cdcr.ca.gov