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Clay County Youth Alcohol Summit. Panel Presentations. Community programs/organizations. Students Against Destructive Decisions: Jessica Roscoe (National SADD student of the year/Concordia College) Safe Communities of the Red River Valley: Robyn Litke

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Community programs organizations
Community programs/organizations

  • Students Against Destructive Decisions: Jessica Roscoe (National SADD student of the year/Concordia College)

  • Safe Communities of the Red River Valley: Robyn Litke

  • Clay County Attorney’s Chemical Diversion Program: Dick Schaefer (Touch Love Center) & Sue Kadrie (Juvenile Diversion Program Coordinator)

  • Essentia/Innovis Health: Beth Ashmore

  • Centro Cultural de Fargo/Moorhead: Raul “Papo” Fernandez

  • Role of Developmental Assets in Prevention: Joe Parise (Public Defender, board member of Metro Youth Partnership)


Clay county school districts
Clay County School Districts

  • Moorhead: Scott Matheson (Moorhead High School)

  • Hawley: Mark Haugen (Hawley High School)

  • Clay County Recovery School/Youth Educational Services (YES): Jane Bolin / Tina Foss (ShareHouse Wellness Center)


Higher education
Higher Education

  • Minnesota State University Moorhead (MSUM): Ashley Atteberry and Miracle Hoff

  • Minnesota State Community and Technical College (M State): Claudia Simon

  • Concordia College: Krysten Edwards


Law enforcement
Law Enforcement

  • Moorhead Police Department: Lt. Chris Carey

  • Clay County Sherriff’s Department: Detective Chad Hagen


Upcoming grant opportunities
Upcoming Grant Opportunities

Lynn Halmrast, Region 3 ATOD Prevention Coordinator



Strategic prevention framework
Strategic Prevention Framework Grant)

  • Assessment: What is the problem?

  • Building and/or Mobilizing Capacity: What do you have to work with to address the problem?

  • Planning: What is your plan for doing the work?

  • Implementation: How will you get the work done?

  • And Evaluation: How will you know if you’ve succeeded?


Spf sig goals
SPF SIG Goals Grant)

  • 1. Prevent the onset of and reduce the progression of substance abuse ( including childhood and underage drinking)

  • 2. Reduce substance abuse related problems in communities.

  • 3. Build prevention capacity at the state and local levels


Priority problems for mn spf sig
Priority Problems for Grant)MN SPF SIG

  • Past 30-day alcohol use among 6th, 9th, and 12th graders

  • Binge drinking among 9th and 12th graders

  • Binge drinking among 18-25 year olds


Planning implementation grant
Planning & Implementation Grant Grant)

  • Target population

    •  Past 30-day alcohol use among 6th, 9th, and 12th graders

    • Binge drinking among 9th and 12th graders

  • Kinds of interventions that might come to our community with this grant:

    • Environmental interventions such as policy change, or social norms marketing campaigns such as Positive Community Norms (Most of Us campaign)

    • Other


Details
Details Grant)

  • Who can apply: Communities who can address all three priorities

  • What the state is looking for in grantees:

    high capacity, high need, ability to address two (P&I) or all three (SPF SIG) priorities

  • Timeline: RFPs are scheduled to be released between October and November 2010.


Drug free communities grant
Drug-Free Communities Grant Grant)

  • Five-year Federal grant

  • $125,000/year each year

  • Potential for five-year renewal

  • Community-based prevention for alcohol, tobacco and other drugs

  • Requires existing coalition for at least six months, representatives from 12 sectors


Which community sector do you represent
Which community sector do you represent? Grant)

  • Youth/parents

  • Business

  • Media

  • School

  • Youth-serving group

  • Law enforcement

  • Religious/fraternal group

  • Healthcare professional

  • Civic/volunteer group

  • Agency or group involved in reducing substance use


Future planning

Future Planning Grant)

Gina Nolte

Director of Health Promotions

Clay County Public Health

Chair, Substance Abuse Work Group, Clay County Collaborative




Would you/your organization consider being a community partner as we move forward with these initiatives?

  • Yes

  • No


If you want to be involved as we explore these grants, which community sector would you best represent?

  • Youth/parents

  • Business

  • Media

  • School

  • Youth-serving group

  • Law enforcement

  • Religious/fraternal group

  • Healthcare professional

  • Civic/volunteer group

  • Agency or group involved in reducing substance use


If you answered yes
If you answered “yes”… community sector would you best represent?

  • Please leave your name and contact information on the list in the middle of your table!


Thank you for attending today s summit

Thank you for attending today’s summit! community sector would you best represent?

Members of the Substance Abuse work group of the

Clay County Collaborative


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