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Sustainability
You have established your treatment court, now how do you sustain it? Presenters from the Center for Court Innovations will discuss how to maintain a program after grant funding.

Presenters: Sheila McCArthy & Monica Christofferson
Moderator: Emily Nolan-Plutchak

Oct 22, 2020 11:30 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Sheila McCarthy
Senior Program Manager @Center for Court Innovation
Sheila E. McCarthy, LMSW is a Licensed Master Social Worker and received her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology from Boston College and her Master's Degree in Social Work at Columbia University. Sheila currently works at the Center for Court Innovation (CCI) as a Senior Program Manager on the National Technical Assistance Team. Her background includes working in different capacities through the New York State Unified Court System for over 11 years beginning in 2007, originally hired as a Coordinator for the Domestic Violence Compliance Parts in Queens Family Court. Subsequently, Sheila worked for the Child Welfare Court Improvement Project (CWCIP), first serving as the Liaison assigned to Queens Family Court. In that role she participated in citywide collaboration between the court and child welfare agencies to identify gaps in services and barriers effecting permanency cases, while strengthening communication and integration between the systems through continuous quality improvement. In 2
Monica Christofferson
Faculty Lawyer @Center for Court Innovation
Ms. Christofferson is a Faculty Lawyer for the Center for Court Innovations. While serving as the Director of the Domestic Violence Department for Cuyahoga County Domestic Relations Court, Ms. Christofferson implemented the model for handling domestic violence civil protection order casesn Cuyahoga County, Ohio and has created and enforced the policies and procedures that are used in these cases. Ms. Christofferson has trained law enforcement, attorneys, prosecutors and advocacy agencies on domestic violence and best practices for issuing and enforcement of protection orders. Prior to this experience, Monica worked at the Battered Women's Shelter for Summit County, Ohio.