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Ann-Marie  Louison

Ann-Marie Louison

CASES
Director, Adult Behavioral Health Programs
New York, NY, USA


Ann-Marie Louison joined CASES in 1999 and is the co-founder of the Nathaniel Project. The Nathaniel Project was the first alternative-to-incarceration program in Manhattan Supreme Court for adults with severe and persistent mental illness convicted of felony offenses. The Nathaniel Project was selected from a nationwide pool of applicants as the sole award winner of the 2002 Thomas M. Wernert Award for Innovations in Community Behavioral Healthcare. In June 2003, the Project was licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health to provide evidenced-based Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) services.

Ms. Louison became Director of Mental Health Programs in 2002, overseeing Nathaniel ACT and subsequently launching the EXIT and Transitional Case Management programs. In 2011, CASES merged its Criminal Court and Mental Health programs into a new program group, Adult Behavioral Health, which Ms. Louison currently leads. She is also a consultant to the Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center and is regularly selected to attend national expert panel discussions on jail diversion. In January 2010, she participated on such a panel convened by the National GAINS Center to reflect on conclusions from SAMHSA's Targeted Capacity Expansion Jail Diversion cross-site evaluation. Prior to joining CASES, Ms. Louison was a social worker for the Manhattan Psychiatric Center on Ward's Island and a probation officer in England.



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