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Partnerships In drug and Alcohol Prevention. Community Collaboration. Nina Martinez, Intervention Counselor Dulia Aguilar, AOD Prevention Specialist. Sutter and Yuba Counties. Sutter Yuba Mental Health Services both Yuba and Sutter Counties.

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partnerships in drug and alcohol prevention

Partnerships In drug and Alcohol Prevention

Community Collaboration.

Nina Martinez, Intervention Counselor

Dulia Aguilar, AOD Prevention Specialist

sutter and yuba counties
Sutter and Yuba Counties
  • Sutter Yuba Mental Health Services both Yuba and Sutter Counties.
  • Our services must be comprehensive in both counties.
  • Cultural Competence,
  • Population is rural but growing.
successful partnerships
Successful Partnerships
  • Partnerships developed through the years.
  • Size Matters
  • Creativity is important when funding is limited.
  • Collaboration
  • Ex. Strengthening Families Program
sfp partnership
SFP Partnership
  • SFP is an evidence based curricula.
  • Addresses family as a whole.
  • Youth, adult and family sessions.
  • Strengthens family protective factors
connections
Connections
  • Initially recruited families from CPS, Probation, Schools, AOD whose clients were in recovery.
  • Word of the success of these families spread. Soon referral requests increased and we began a waiting list for future groups.
  • Before grant cycle ended, the value of the program became evident to the community.
connections1
Connections
  • Facilitators became trainers to train those referring agencies plus more.
  • Prevention Early Intervention (PEI)collaborated with us to build capacity in our community for others to facilitate SFP groups.
  • Two facilitator trainings have been held with representatives from; Probation, CPS, Schools, Churches, Housing Programs, FRC’s, Mental Health, Public Health, ETC.
  • Technical Assistance is provided to these groups as capacity builds in the community.
other examples include
Other examples include…
  • Second Step
    • Similar to SFP
    • Trainers and facilitate
    • Collaborate additionally with preschools and First 5 Commissions.
  • Tobacco Prevention
    • Substance Abuse Steering Coalition
    • Both counties’ tobacco prevention programs coordinate with our Coalition
engaging multiple partners
Engaging Multiple Partners
  • Substance Abuse Steering Coalition (SASC)
  • Brings AOD partners together monthly
  • Includes; law enforcement, youth, public agencies, volunteers, county agencies, FNL, Hospitals, Parks and Rec depts., to name a few.
events
Events
  • Run Drugs Out of Town
  • Sponsor Gold Sox Game
  • Mural Contest
  • Red Ribbon Week
  • Community Event Booths
  • Presentations
in the community
In the community….
  • SARB, Yuba and Sutter
  • Yuba County Children's Council
  • FNL/REACH
  • Prevention Task Force
  • Juvenile Justice Commission
  • Childcare Planning Council
  • FYSLAG – Foster Youth Services Local advisory Group
  • Media
team works
Team Works!
  • Involved in the community
  • Collaborate
  • Offer Services
  • Participate
  • Relationships