The first Tuesday of each month from 4-6 pm Arizona time except for holiday weekends.

We will have a featured guest that will discuss a relevant Behavioral Health topic, followed by discussions with attendees on current issues with the Behavioral Health System. This month learn about Arizona’s Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS) and CBI

How are we helping people with SMI at CASS?

Dr. Vicki Phillips DSW, MSW, LSW, Chief Clinical and Development Officer

Dr. Vicki L. Phillips, Chief Clinical and Development Officer for Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI). Her career began as a front-line worker and has evolved into a key leader in the organization. Dr. Phillips leads a collection of rural crisis solutions and peer-response models and is highly experienced in working with diverse community stakeholders to build cohesive partnerships designed to meet the unique needs of each community. She is responsible for the oversight of clinical best practices, large grants, and resource development, and housing/shelter programs.

Lisa Glow, JD Chief Executive Officer

Lisa Glow, JD Chief Executive Officer for CASS. With more than two decades of experience in nonprofit leadership, Ms. Glow is a graduate of the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona. Early in her career, she practiced law with the international law firms of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, and Steptoe & Johnson. Working for former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano as a senior policy advisor and director of the Governor’s Office for Children, Youth, and Families, she was able to see firsthand the needs of our citizens. Ms. Glow recently ran a consulting firm providing resources and sustainability solutions to nonprofits.

Lisa Glow (CASS Chief Executive Officer ) and Dr. Vicki Phillips (Chief Clinical Officer) CBI will talk about the homeless with serious mental illness at CASS and interventions being done with unique programs.

They will discuss:

Whether the demographics of homelessness changed?

Whether they are seeing people with SMI at CASS, and what percentage (can be approximate )?

Have they frequently seen patients coming from an urgent psychiatric center or hospital (if known)

Do they see folks with apparent psychosis?

What is done to try and get them into services?

What type of services is available on site?

Topic: ACMI Stakeholder’s Meeting

Time: October 11th, 2022 04:00 PM Arizona

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