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Description of Hispanic UMADAOP - 2202 Prame

Description of Hispanic UMADAOP - 2202 Prame

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Meeting Notice regarding zoning variance request for Hispanic UMADAOP, drug and alcohol residential treatment facility - 7:00 pm, Tuesday, 3/27/12
Meeting Notice regarding zoning variance request for Hispanic UMADAOP, drug and alcohol residential treatment facility - 7:00 pm, Tuesday, 3/27/12

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Published by: Brian Cummins on Mar 24, 2012
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Regarding a proposed re-zoning to allow a residentialtreatment program to be located at 2202 Prame Ave.
7:00 pm, Tuesday March 27
Community Care Network 3146 Scranton (enter off of Prame Ave.)
Proposed Use/Program:
Miguel Prieto Treatment Services:
Recovery treatment program for womenand men in a residential setting. A program of the Hispanic Urban Minority Alcoholism & Drug AbuseOutreach Program (UMADAOP).
Program Operations and Services:
 Number of clients:
maximum of nine men and six women to live on-site. Men and women clientswould be segregated within the facility at all times by floors.2.
 Hours of Operations:
supervised 24-7. The building is locked at all times from the outside withsecurity cameras and lighting on the exterior entrances which require clients and visitors to ring-in for entry. Per safety and building codes doors are un-locked from the inside. Clients are supervised 24/7and only leave the facility for supervised referral services transported by Hispanic UMADAOP staff.
 Eligibility Client Profile:
65% Hispanic; 11% black; 24% white; 75% west portion of CuyahogaCounty; 15% east (Cuyahoga County); 10% outside of Cuyahoga County; Age: typically 18 – 45.
 Eligibility Client Profile - continued:
All clients must pass drug and alcohol testing prior to enteringtreatment and be clean and sober. Drug and alcohol testing continues during treatment. The programdoes not accept sex offenders. Clients can be referred to the treatment program through the courtsystem’s diversion program and clients are free to select a location of a treatment facility.3.
Agreement and length of stay
: Clients voluntarily agree to enter into the treatment program and indoing so agree to be under the custody and care of Hispanic UMADAOP staff. The women’s programis a minimum stay of 40 and maximum of 60 days. The men’s program is 40-days.4.
Clients receive individual and group counseling, education, meals and lodging at the facilityand are transported to other required appointments for medical, financial, social service, court or other needed appointments. Women and men’s services operate on separate floors. Services include cultural.linguistic and gender specific treatment. Off-site referral agencies and services include the SCALE program, Connections, Murtis Taylor, and Recovery Resources, medical/mental health/legal/housing/employment/Access to Recovery (ATR) and Benefit Bank services. Additional services caninclude: case management, translation, advocacy, and family counseling, HIV education and testing,introductions to the 12-step program, developing healthy leisure activities, a sober support system,recovery management, and relapse prevention. Other treatment services include providing logistics tosupport groups such as AA (Women’s Helping Hands,
Un Despertar 
 Fe y Esperanza
 Latina Sobria
),and Alanon (
Serenidad, Valor y Sabiduria
). Upon completion of treatment services, clients are referredto a 6-months (24 sessions) aftercare program. Clients in the aftercare program continue to work onrelapse triggers and prevention, 12 step approach, maintaining contact with sober people and places, arecovery management plan, contact with probation/parole officers, participate in random drug screens,and keep all scheduled appointments with health and mental health professionals. The program includesa 12-month follow up survey with former consumers/clients in person or by phone in order to obtaininformation on how they are maintaining their abstinence.5.
 Safety record 
(for facility operated at Blessed Sacrament Church Campus located at 3407 TrowbridgeAvenue): City of Cleveland dispatch call-for-service records indicate for the period 2009 to-date, twocalls-for-service received: one for an EMS call, non-police related; and, one for a suspicious vehiclelocated on the street in front of the property, police arrived on-scene and the vehicle in question hadleft..

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