2014 Adult Redeploy Illinois All-Sites Summit

April 24-25, 2014

Chateau Hotel and Conference Center

1601 Jumer Drive

Bloomington, IL 61704

About the Summit

The fourth annual All-Sites Summit will highlight critical issues for local Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI) sites.

The summit will include panel presentations, break-out sessions on best practices from the field, technical training on data and grants, updates from ARI sites, and time for networking.

Those expected to attend are a spectrum of ARI site stakeholders including but not limited to judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, treatment providers, probation staff and supervisors, program coordinators, and researchers. In the past, some ARI sites have been able to send full teams while other sites send 1-3 program representatives. Summit content is structured for relevancy to a broad group of stakeholders. In addition to current ARI program representation, planning grantees are welcome and have previously benefited from exposure to current ARI programs and systemwide training.

About Adult Redeploy Illinois

Adult Redeploy Illinois is a state funding and technical assistance program that supports the diversion of non-violent offenders from prison to more effective and less expensive community-based supervision and services.

ARI sites use grant funds to design and implement local programs that address offenders' risks and needs and leverage their assets (family support, employment) to improve public safety and offender outcomes. ARI has grown from five initial pilot sites in early 2011, to the current 18 sites implementing 19 programs covering 34 Illinois counties (as of January 2014).

Agenda

Based on 2013 Summit feedback, the 2014 ARI All-Sites Summit will highlight critical issues including housing, employment, and other topics at the intersection of behavioral health and criminal justice. The Summit will also include break-out sessions highlighting best practices from the field and technical training on data and grants.

For more information, contact lindsey.lapointe@illinois.gov, Project Coordinator, Adult Redeploy Illinois.

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Lodging, mileage and meals

  • All participants requesting reimbursements for mileage and/or per diem, must complete a reimbursement form at the conclusion of travel. Access the reimbursement form here and return after travel by e-mail or fax to Lindsey LaPointe at Lindsey.lapointe@illinois.gov fax 312-793-8422
  • Lodging will be direct billed to the hotel (no reimbursement required). Please indicate lodging reservations upon registration, for either one or two nights.
  • Mileage and per diem will be provided through individual reimbursement at the state rate.* Please indicate expected reimbursement requests upon registration.
  • Note: In order to maximize the use of available funds, lodging is offered for individuals traveling approximately 80 miles/90 minutes or more from home to Bloomington. Please register as early as possible if lodging is requested.
  • All non-state of Illinois employees requesting reimbursement must complete a W-9 form. Download a copy of the W-9 form here. Please print and return by fax or e-mail to Nancy Determann at 312-793-8422 or nancy.determann@illinois.gov. (Note: If you received reimbursement for the 2013 Summit and your W-9 is on file, no additional documentation is needed.)
  • Morning coffee will be provided on both days; lunch will be provided on day one.

* Mileage reimbursement is available for travel using personal vehicles at $.56/mile. Per diem reimbursement is available at the state rate of $28/day.

Chateau Hotel and Conference Center

1601 Jumer Drive

Bloomington, IL 61704

April 24-25, 2014

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