Executive Committee Meeting, followed by Screening Committee

Substance Abuse Council of Vanderburgh County

Executive Board Meeting

Agenda

Noon, April 18, 2022

501 John Street

Conference Room

Screening Committee Meeting to follow immediately after the Executive Committee

 

  1. Approval of Minutes
    1. February 14, 2022
    2. March 21, 2022

 

  1. Announcements

 

  • Financials and Reports
    1. Drug Free Community Fund fees
    2. Financial Reports

 

  1. Old Business/Project Update
  2. Director’s employment evaluation
  3. 2022 grants up-date

 

  1. New Business
  2. Screening Committee motion “Committee to amend the rules on grants to allow out-of-county and out-of-state organizations to apply for and receive SAC funding as long as the funding is used in Vanderburgh County.”

 

  1. Adjournment

 

Next Executive Board Meeting, May 16, 2022, at noon

Next SAC Meeting , May 2, 2022, at 1:30, EVPL Central Campus, Browning Room B

Treatment Committee:  May 2, 2022, at 12:30, EVPL Central, Browning Room B

Screening Committee:  April 18, after the Executive Committee meeting

Screening Committee:  May 16, 2022, Noon/after the executive committee mtg.

Prevention Committee: June 6, 2022, 2:20 pm, after council meeting

Membership meeting plus Screening, Treatment and Prevention Committee Meetings

Substance Abuse Council Agenda

April 4, 2022, 1:30 p.m.

Central Library, Browning Room B

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Screening Committee:  Noon

Treatment Committee:  12:30 pm.

Substance Abuse Council:  1:30 pm.

Prevention Committee:  2:30 pm.

 

  1. Call to Order

 

  1. Welcome and Introductions

 

  1. Approval of March 7, 2022 Minutes. (please check the attendance list for corrections)

 

  1. Treasurer’s Report

 

  1. Committee Reports
  2. Prevention
  3. Law Enforcement
  4. Treatment
  5. Screening

 

  1. Director’s Report

 

  1. Old Business/Projects
  2. 2022 Grant Cycle
  3. 2022 CCP

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  1. New Business:

 

  1. Presentations:
  2. Evansville Police Department
  3. Juvenile Court

 

  1. Agency Announcements: In addition to agency announcements being made here, please email flyers to Dan that can be forwarded early tomorrow.

 

  1. Adjournment

NEXT MEETING: Monday, May 2, at 1:30 pm, at the Evansville Central Library, Browning Room

The SAC Executive Committee: April 18, at noon, by Microsoft Teams.

Screening Committee:  April 18, following Executive Committee, by Microsoft Teams

 

 

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNCIL OF VANDERBURGH COUNTY

MINUTES OF THE MEMBERSHIP MEETING

7 March 2022

Members present:  Jill Hoskins – Brentwood; Kevin Groves – Southwestern; Nathan Hassler – EPD; Courtney Horning – Smoke Free Communities; Hannah Duckworth – Counseling for Change; Julie Robinson – TSA; Bri Bolin – Transgender Action; Mary Fee – Girl Scouts; William Wells – DADS; Daren Harmon – VCPO; Matt Corn – VCSO; Tasha Brown – Volunteers of America; Dee Lewis – President; Jackie Hughes – Beacon Recovery; Shay Wood – NOW Counseling; Crystal Sisson – Holly’s House; Laura Wathen – Youth First; Kathryn Kornblum Zelle – Parenting Time; Laura Walker – Southwestern; Kelly Manley – Volunteers of America; Heather Woods – Juvenile Court; Christina Wicks; JoAnn Delisle – Groups Recover; Molly Fahrlander – Patchwork; Brendon Shoptaugh – Rescue Mission; James Akin – Community Corrections; Leslie Jackson – Misdemeanor Probation; Beth Greenwell – Adult Probation; Kim Ashby – Boom Squad; Dan Miller – Director

Dee Lewis, President, called the meeting to order at 1:31 pm. The meeting was held in person at the Central Library, Browning Room B, and via Microsoft Teams.

The meeting was opened with introductions

Minutes of the February 7, 2022, meeting had been emailed in advance of the meeting.  Laura Wathen moved to approve the minutes as corrected.  James Akin seconded the motion, and the motion passed.

Treasurer’s Report:  James Akin presented the Treasurer’s report, which is attached.  There was no change to the balances of the Taste account or the CD.  The beginning balance in the checking account was $15,969.60.  Expenses were $2,047.34 for payroll, rent, phone/internet and office supplies, leaving an ending balance of 13,921.76.

Committee Reports:

Prevention Committee.  Chairman Laura Wathen had nothing new to report.  The committee will meet next month immediately following the council meeting.

Law Enforcement Committee.  Chairman Daren Harmon reported that filings for narcotics crimes have increased.  The committee will meet immediately after this meeting

Treatment Committee:  Jackie Hughes reported that the committee met prior to this meeting.  Faces of Change will take place in the Fall either October or November.  The committee is lining up local presenters and will offer CEUs.  The committee is beginning an effort to revise the Treatment Resource Guide.  Members were invited to take a copy of the old guide with them and correct their agency’s entries.  We are also calling out for treatment providers and providers of ancillary services, like dentistry, to put their information in the Treatment Guide.

Director’s Report:  Dan Miller reported on the director’s activities since the last meeting.  His written report is attached to these minutes.

Previous Business:

  1. Pre-applications for the 2022 grant cycle were due February 28. A good number of applications were received in each category.  The Screening Committee will meet on March 21 to decide if the pre-applications will be approved.  If the preapplications are approved, the grantees will be sent an application on or before March 28.  Grant applications will be due April 30.
  2. The 2022 Comprehensive Community Plan draft had been mailed out prior to the last meeting. Copies are also available at this meeting.  All members were invited to comment and make additions or corrections.  So far, Dan has received minimal response.  The plan is for the Executive Committee to approve a final version of the CCP at its March 21 meeting, so that it can be timely submitted to ICJI by the April 1 deadline.  Please get any suggested revisions to Dan before March 21.

New Business:

  1. There was no new business.

Presentations:

Misdemeanor Probation:  Leslie Jackson gave the report on Misdemeanor Probation’s grant which was amended after it had been approved to include a Verification and drug testing supplies.  The goal of the verification officer is to reduce the number of positive breathalyzers through more frequent face-to-face meetings with probationers at their homes.  The drug testing supplies will be used to test probationers  to deter and uncover use of illicit substances before they lead to further legal problems.

Vanderburgh County Sheriff Office:  Hannah Duckworth, the clinical director, reported their grant which provided funding for low-income and high-risk patients in substance use disorder treatment.  Of 861 clients, 78 were “private pay” meaning that insurance or public assistance was not available to cover their treatment.  Of those 78 private pay patients, 42 have successfully completed treatment so far.

Announcements:

 

Laura Walker announced that Southwestern was hosting a workshop on stigma; fliers will follow.

The next meeting is scheduled Monday, April 4, 2022, at 1:30, at Central Library, Browning Room B.

Treatment Committee will meet on April 4, 2022 at 12:30 at Central Library in Browning Room B; Prevention Committee will meet after the conclusion of the April 4 meeting in Browning Room B.

Criminal Justice Committee will meet after the meeting today.

The next Executive Committee Meeting is Monday, March 21, at noon, via Microsoft Teams.

Screening Committee will meet Monday, March 21, after the Executive Committee meeting via Microsoft Teams.

Kim Ashby moved to adjourn the meeting; the motion was seconded by James Akin.  The motion passed, and President Dee Lewis adjourned the meeting.

Submitted by Dan Miller

 

 

Treasurer’s Report

March 7, 2022

Account                                           Checking                           Taste                                 CD

 

Beginning Balance 2-8-21            15,969.10                         8270.68                            20,155.73

Ending Balance 3-7-22                 13,921.76                         8270.68                            20,155.73

 

January Expenditures:

 

Payroll                                                            1,638.28

Rent                                                                    235.13

Phone, Internet:                                               104.95

Office Supplies                                                   47.81

Computer Expense                                            21.17

 

Total                                                               2,047.34

 

 

 

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

7 March 2022

Meetings:

  • Indiana Coalitions Network, February 24
  • Smokefree Coalition meeting, February 8
  • ICJI LCC Advisory Committee, February 23

Financial Review:

  • Conferred with agent for liability insurance
  • Filled out application for Directors and Officers Insurance and received quote.
  • Filed Business Entity Report
  • Prepared 4 boxes of ancient files to be discarded.

Projects:

  • Gave on-boarding orientation workshop for new executive committee members
  • Sent Request for Proposals to SAC membership and sent reminders
  • Prepared and sent press release on grant preapplications and put the pre-application on the website
  • Collected, reviewed and organized preapplications as they came in.
  • Set a date with Rise Up and Run for Race for Recovery, August 27, 2022.

 

 

 

Felony Statistics Summary Report
01/01/2022 – 01/31/2022
Drugs
Total: 248
Dealing in a Narcotic Drug: 7
Dealing in a Schedule I Controlled Substance: 4
Dealing in a Schedule IV Controlled Substance: 2
Dealing in Methamphetamine: 23
Maintaining a Common Nuisance – Controlled Substances: 2
Possession of a Controlled Substance: 15
Possession of a Narcotic Drug: 24
Possession of Marijuana: 51
Possession of Methamphetamine: 90
Possession of Paraphernalia: 20
Unlawful Possession of Syringe: 10

 

 

 

 

Executive Committee Meeting

Substance Abuse Council of Vanderburgh County

Executive Committee Meeting

Agenda

March 21, 2022

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  1. Approval of Minutes
    1. February 14, 2022

 

  1. Announcements

 

  • Financials and Reports
    1. Drug Free Community Fund fees
    2. Financial Reports

 

  1. Old Business/Project Update
  2. Onboarding Orientation of new Executive Committee members.
  3. 2022 CCP – action item
  4. Pre-applications: Increasing maximum to $6,000 – action item

 

  1. New Business
  2. Directors and Officers Insurance – action item
  3. Quickbooks upgrade – action item
  4. Employment of Tim Otte for state and federal tax filings and financial review – action item
  5. Director’s employment evaluation

 

  1. Adjournment

 

Next Executive Board Meeting, April 18, 2022, at noon

Next SAC Meeting , April 4, 2022, at 1:30, EVPL Central Campus, Browning Room B

Treatment Committee:  April 4, 2022, at 12:30, EVPL Central, Browning Room B

Prevention Committee:  April 4, 2022, immediately following SAC meeting.

 

Grant Screening Committee

SCREENING COMMITTEE

March 21, 2022

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  1. Pre-applications:
  2. Unity Fellowship:  TSA Youth group:
  3.          Adult Probation Dept.
  • Expanded Drug Screens*
  • Thinking for a Change
  1. Misdemeanor Probation
  • Verification Officer
  • Drug Testing Supplies *
  1. Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office:  Crime Scene Photography
  2. Evansville Police Department:  Next Level Tech II
  3. YWCA:
  • YES! Court Services
  • YES! Client Services
  1. Vanderburgh Treatment Court:  Drug Testing *
  2. Vanderburgh Prosecutor:  Digital Evidence Processing Software
  3. Juvenile Court:
  • Family Treatment Court
  • FTC Support Group Facilitator
  1. Girl Scouts:  Resilient. Ready. Strong
  2. Patchwork Central:  Arts and Smarts Sparks Protective Factors
  3. Youth First:  Reconnecting Youth
  4. Holly’s House:  Child Abuse Prevention
  5. Boom Squad:  Preventive Education/Skill Building Activities
  6. Southwestern Behavioral Health:  Transportation
  7. D.A.D.S.:  Indigent drug testing *
  8. Counseling for Change:  Women’s Substance Abuse/PTSD
  9. Grant Readers
  10. Other business

Membership Meeting March 7, 2022

Substance Abuse Council Agenda

March 7, 2022, 1:30 p.m.

Central Library, Browning Room B

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Treatment Committee:  12:30 pm.

Substance Abuse Council:  1:30 pm.

Law Enforcement Committee:  2:30 pm or after the council meeting ends.

 

  1. Call to Order

 

  1. Welcome and Introductions

 

  1. Approval of February 7, 2022 Minutes. (please check the attendance list for corrections)

 

  1. Treasurer’s Report

 

  1. Committee Reports
  2. Prevention
  3. Law Enforcement
  4. Treatment

 

  1. Director’s Report

 

  1. Old Business/Projects
  2. 2022 Grant Cycle/pre-applications/invitation to submit a grant
  3. Rough draft of 2022 CCP, due April 1

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  1. New Business:

 

  1. Presentations:
  2. Misdemeanor Probation
  3. Counseling for Change

 

  1. Agency Announcements: In addition to agency announcements being made here, please email flyers to Dan that can be forwarded early tomorrow.

 

  1. Adjournment

NEXT MEETING: Monday,  April 4, at 1:30 pm, at the Evansville Central Library, Browning Room

The SAC Executive Committee: March 21, at noon, by Microsoft Teams.

Screening Committee:  March 21, following Executive Committee, by Microsoft Teams

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNCIL OF VANDERBURGH COUNTY

MINUTES OF THE MEMBERSHIP MEETING

7 February 2022

Members present:  Dee Lewis – President, Wally Paynter – TSA, Jill Hoskins – Brentwood, Daren Harmon – Prosecutor’s Office, Dan Miller – Director, Crystal Sisson – Holly’s House, Kevin Groves – Southwestern, Kathryn Kornblum-Zelle – Parenting Time, Heather Woods – Vice President, James Akin – Treasurer, Beth Greenwell – Adult Probation, Matt Corn – VCSO, Mike Gray – EPD, Avril Miller – Boom Squad, Shawn Brod – Now Counseling, Laura Wathen – Youth First, Molly Fahrlander – Patchwork Central, Brendon Shoptaugh – Patchwork Central, Tracy McCaffrey – Transgender Action, Hannah Girten – Patchwork, Julie Robinson – Tri-State Alliance

Dee Lewis, President, called the meeting to order at 1:35 pm. The meeting was held in person at the Central Library, Browning Room B, and via Microsoft Teams.

Minutes of the January 10, 2021, meeting had been emailed in advance of the meeting.  James Akin made one correction to the minutes the first paragraph, where Dee Lewis was identified as the Vice-President, rather than the President.  Jill Hoskins moved to approve the minutes as corrected.  James Akin seconded the motion, and the motion passed.

Treasurer’s Report:  James Akin presented the Treasurer’s report, which is attached.  There was no change to the balances of the Taste account or the CD.  The beginning balance in the checking account was $18,815.37.  Expenses were $2,912.07 for payroll, 2-months rent, phone/internet and office supplies, leaving an ending balance of 15,903.30.

Committee Reports:

Prevention Committee.  Chairman Laura Wathen had nothing new to report.  The committee will meet next month immediately following the council meeting.

Law Enforcement Committee.  Chairman Daren Harmon reported that drug crimes have increased dramatically, but due to implementation of a new version of the Prosecutor’s Case Management System, he did not yet have the monthly statistics.

Treatment Committee:  The committee met prior to this meeting.  Chairman Jackie Hughes was not able to stay for the council meeting.  Events Committee Chairman reported that the committee discussed resuming the Faces of Change workshop in the Fall, rather than this Spring.  They are looking at the end of October or beginning of November.  They are making plans to make it a virtual workshop but are holding out the possibility of having an in-person event.  They are also looking to have trainers and presenters from within the area, keeping it local and low-cost.  The committee will also be working on revising and updating the Treatment Resource Guide.

Director’s Report:  Dan Miller reported on the director’s activities since the last meeting.  His written report is attached to these minutes.

Previous Business:

  1. Pre-applications for the 2022 grant cycle are available as of today. They were emailed to all council members this morning.  They are also available on the www.drugfreecounty.org website.  Dan will also send out a press release.  Preapplications are due February 28.  If the preapplications are approved, the grantees will be sent an application on or before March 28.  Grant applications will be due April 30.

New Business:

  1. Dan circulated a draft of the 2022 Comprehensive Community Plan. There are extensive changes as compared to the 2021 CCP.  Some of these changes were made in committees.  Some of the changes have been the result of Dan’s research and members’ gathering data locally.  Dan already knows that some revisions will be necessary; he is aware of other research that needs to included or that still needs to be gathered.  Also, he needs help updating some of the provider information.  He is asking all members of the council to review the document and suggest corrections and changes.

Presentations:

Boom Squad:  Avril Miller reported on the Boom Squad grant.  The grant covers the provision of a Youth First social worker to work on-site weekly with Boom Squad members.  It also funded a workshop, “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens” by Sean Covery.  11 middle to high school students participated in that workshop, but Avril is reporting that the program has had an effect not only on the 11, but also on the rest of the group.

Vanderburgh County Sheriff Office:  Matt Corn reported on their grant, which allowed the department to purchase for the drug detectives a GPS Covert tracking device along with 3 Surface Pro Tablets to monitor the tracking device.  So far, the tracking device has been used in 10 investigations, some of which are on-going.  The department was also able to purchase 50 Faraday bags, which are used to secure cellular devices from electronic tampering while they are held in law enforcement custody.

Announcements:

 

Laura Wathen announced that Youth First had started 10 Family First Growth and Family First Success Programs.  She encouraged referrals to the program.  She will send Dan fliers to distribute.

 

YWCA will be hosting Surviving and Thriving discussions on domestic violence issues.  Dee Lewis will get fliers to Dan to distribute.

The next meeting is scheduled Monday, March 7, 2022, at 1:30, at Central Library, Browning Room B.

Treatment Committee will meet on March 7,2022 at 12:30 at Central Library in Browning Room B; Prevention Committee will meet after the conclusion of the March 7 meeting in Browning Room B.

The next Executive Committee Meeting is Monday, February 14, at noon, via Microsoft Teams.

Mike Gray moved to adjourn the meeting; the motion was seconded by Daren Harmon.  The motion passed, and President Dee Lewis adjourned the meeting.

Submitted by Dan Miller

 

 

Treasurer’s Report

February 7, 2022

Account                                           Checking                           Taste                                 CD

 

Beginning Balance 12-31-21        18,815.37                         8270.68                            20,155.73

Ending Balance 2-7-22                 15,903.30                         8270.68                            20,155.73

 

January Expenditures:

 

Payroll                                                            2,324.03

Rent                                                                  470.26

Phone, Internet:                                             104.95

Office Supplies                                                  12.83

 

Total                                                               2,912.07

 

 

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

7 February 2022

Meetings:

  • Indiana Coalitions Network, January 27
  • Smokefree Coalition meeting, January 11

Financial Review:

  • Prepared and sent W-2 forms
  • Prepared and submitted Annual Form W-2/W-3 and submitted to federal government.
  • Submitted a similar form to the state government
  • Paid state quarterly employment taxes and monthly federal employment taxes

Projects:

  • Worked on 2022 CCP
  • Submitted 3rd quarter report to ICJI
  • Prepared an on-boarding orientation workshop for new executive committee members
  • Worked on website bugs

 

 

Executive Committee Meeting 2-14-2022

Substance Abuse Council of Vanderburgh County

Executive Board Meeting

Agenda

February 14, 2022

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  1. Approval of Minutes
    1. December 13, 2021

 

  1. Announcements

 

  • Financials and Reports
    1. Drug Free Community Fund fees
    2. Financial Reports

 

  1. Old Business/Project Update
  2. Onboarding Orientation of new Executive Committee members.
  3. Web-Site progress

 

  1. New Business
  2. Health Department Prevention Grant
  3. 2022 CCP
  4. Pre-applications

 

  1. Adjournment

 

Next Executive Board Meeting, March 21, 2022, at noon

Screening Committee:  March 21, 2022, following the Board meeting

Next SAC Meeting , March 7, 2022, at 1:30, EVPL Central Campus, Browning Room B

Treatment Committee:  March 7, 2022, at 12:30, EVPL Central, Browning Room B

Prevention Committee:  March 7, 2022, immediately following SAC meeting.

Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice:

 

Membership meeting 2-7-2022

Substance Abuse Council Agenda

February 7, 2022, 1:30 p.m.

Central Library, Browning Room B

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  1. Call to Order

 

  1. Welcome and Introductions

 

  1. Approval of January 2022 minutes. (please check the attendance list for corrections)

 

  1. Treasurer’s Report

 

  1. Committee Reports
  2. Prevention
  3. Law Enforcement
  4. Treatment

 

  1. Director’s Report

 

  1. Old Business/Projects
  2. Requests for Proposals for 2022 grant cycle available today, due Feb. 28

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  1. New Business:
  2. Rough draft of 2022 CCP

 

  1. Presentations:
  2. Boom Squad
  3. EPD

 

  1. Agency Announcements: In addition to agency announcements being made here, please email flyers to Dan that can be forwarded early tomorrow.

 

  1. Adjournment

 

NEXT MEETING: The next meeting of the Substance Abuse Council will be held on Monday,  March 7, at 1:30 pm, at the Evansville Central Library, Browning Room A or B.

The SAC Executive Committee will meet February 14, at noon, by Microsoft Teams.

Treatment Committee:  March 7, 2022, at 12:30 pm., Evansville Central Library, Browning Room

 

 

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNCIL OF VANDERBURGH COUNTY

MINUTES OF THE MEMBERSHIP MEETING

10 January 2022

Members present:  Dee Lewis – President, Wally Paynter – TSA, Bri Bolin – Transgender Action, John Montgomery – EPD; Hannah Duckworth – Counseling for Change, Jill Hoskins – Brentwood, Daren Harmon – Prosecutor’s Office, Dan Miller – Director, Crystal Sisson – Holly’s House, Jacob Mothershed – United Caring Shelter, Kevin Groves – Southwestern, Micah Boyd – DADS, Courtney Horning – Smokefree Evansville, Kathryn Kornblum-Zelle – Parenting Time, Ginny France – Anthem, Heather Woods – Vice President, James Akin – Treasurer, Leslie Jackson – Misd. Probation, Shay Wood – Now Counseling, Stacey Kuder – Deaconess Cross Pointe, Beth Greenwell – Adult Probation

Dee Lewis, Vice-President,  called the meeting to order at 1:31 pm. The meeting was held in person at the Central Library, Browning Room B, and via Microsoft Teams.

Minutes of the December 6, 2021, meeting had been emailed in advance of the meeting. Wally Paynter made the following revision to the paragraph describing the presentation by TSA:

Wally Paynter, President, and Julie Robinson, Vice-President, presented.  Wally Paynter has been their president since 1989.  Many of the volunteers are in recovery. The Youth Group meets in their offices at 501 John Street Suite 5. The Youth Group used to be an under 21 group, but with more and more parents bringing middle school students…the group is now for middle and high school students only. They use 3 different SAMHSA approved prevention programs for at-risk youth that are designed for youth who may already be using, plus one US Centers for Disease Control program with the same goal. The programs are also used to decrease suicide and keep young people in school. Julie Robinson is the Youth Group Director, and she reported on her experiences with TSA as a youth and then as a youth group adult facilitator. During the pandemic, the group used Zoom and Discord social media platforms. They only used Discord for 2 weeks, and had 8 students each week they used Discord since many students could not download or access this platform. The group averages 20 members per week at in-person meetings, and between 500 and 1200 students at their alcohol and drug free dances.

Wally also noted that Bri Bolin had been present but had been left off the attendance list.  Wally moved the minutes be approved as corrected.  Heather Woods seconded the motion, and the motion passed.

Treasurer’s Report:  James Akin presented the Treasurer’s report, which is attached.  The report noted the transfer of profit from both fundraisers into the separate fundraising account.  That left a year-end balance in the checking account of $18,815.00.  The report also included the operating budge for the council for 2022.  Wally Paynter asked about sustainability plans in view of dwindling contributions from the drug free communities fund.  He suggested seeking grants for the Council from the Welborn Foundation and/or the Community Foundation.  Dan Miller responded that the budget forecasts having about $9,000.00 in carryover funds at the end of 2022, that the decline in drug free communities funds is due mainly to the pandemic, that the drug free communities fund deposits were healthy in 2019 and prior, and that he would expect them to increase once the pandemic and its challenges to court congestion and collection of fees came to an end.  He is optimistic that council will have enough funding in 2022 and 2023, if it is careful with its spending.  He indicated that very few grants, if any, exist for operating expenses, that most of the grants he has seen through ICJI are programmatic and would be best applied for by member agencies of the council, and that he would always explore funding opportunities.

Committee Reports:

Prevention Committee.  Chairman Laura Wathen was not present and did have a report.

Law Enforcement Committee.  Chairman Daren Harmon sent felony statistics reports for 2020 and 2021.  Those reports are attached.  Narcotics overdoses are up.  Already in 2022, there have been 6 or 7 narcotics overdose runs by law enforcement, two of them fatal.

Treatment Committee:  Chairman Jackie Hughes reported that the committee will meet at 12:30 on February 7, prior to the council meeting.

Director’s Report:  Dan Miller reported on the director’s activities since the last meeting.  His written report is attached to these minutes.

Previous Business:

6-month grant reports:  Dan reported that all grantees had submitted their 6-month grant reports by the deadline on December 31.  He has not read all of them yet.

New Business:

Problem Statements and SMART goal revisions for 2022 CCP:  Dan sent the proposed revisions via email to the membership prior to the meeting.  He explained that he does not have the revisions for the entire CCP ready for the council yet, and he expects there will be many revisions to his revisions before the CCP is required to be submitted to ICJI.  He also explained that executive committee had seen the SMART goal revisions and had approved them at their December meeting.  Dan wanted approval on the SMART goals so that that the would be ready when the 2022 grant cycle began.  An application for SAC funds would need to list one or more SMART goals to qualify for a SAC grant.  There was some discussion of the SMART goals.  After the discussion,  Harmon moved to approve the SMART goals; Wally Paynter seconded the motion.  The motion passed.

2022 Grant Cycle:  Dan reported that Requests for Proposal would go out on February 7, both electronically and with paper pre-applications at the council meeting.  Pre-applications would be due February 28.  They would be screened on or before March 21.  Invitations to apply for a grant and applications would be sent on March 28.  Grant applications will be due April 30.  Council approval of the grants would take place at the council meeting on June 6.

Presentations:

Holly’s House:  Crystal Sisson gave the report on her grant.  Holly’s goes into area grade schools to deliver a child abuse prevention program.  Part of the program includes a substance abuse awareness and resistance training.  In 2021, Holly’s House was able to serve just under 14,000 students; a quarter of those were in Vanderburgh County.  Some the 2021 funding rolled over into 2022, and Holly’s House is hoping to use that funding to increase the numbers of Vanderburgh County youth reached.

YWCA:  Dee Lewis reported on the Court Services and Client Services grants received by YWCA for 2021-22.  YWCA started in Evansville in 1911 and have been in their building at 2nd and Vine since 1924.  In 1979, they started their first domestic violence shelter for women.  In 1992, they started the Live Y’ers program to at-risk young women and girls who were students at Glenwood and Lodge Schools and at Bosse High School.  This program also gives grants to high school girls to enter and/or stay in college or other education post high school.  In 2001, the YWCA began its Transitional Housing Recovery Program for women needing to recover from substance use disorder.  In 2016 that program was renamed to YWCA Embracing Sobriety (YES), and it still provides transitional housing for women in recovery.

In June through December, 2021, the resident support services grant served 23 women in Vanderburgh County with case management, bus tokens, personal care items, AA/NA materials, B/A and U/A testing services.  From June to December 2021, the court services grant provided Court Liaison services for 44 women – 22 of whom were from Vanderburgh County probation, parole and treatment courts.

Announcements:

The next meeting meeting is scheduled Monday, February 7, 2022, at 1:30, at Central Library, Browning Room B.

Prevention Committee will meet today after February 7, at 12:30, before the general membership meeting.

The next Executive Committee Meeting is Monday, February 14, at noon, via Microsoft Teams.

Wally Paynter moved to adjourn the meeting; the motion was seconded by Jill Hoskins.  The motion passed, and President Dee Lewis adjourned the meeting.

Submitted by Dan Miller

 

Treasurer’s Report

January 10, 2022

Account                                           Checking                           Taste                                 CD

 

Beginning Balance 11-1-21          34,418.51                         2550.54                            20,000+

Ending Balance 12-31-21             18,815.37                         8270.68                            20,155.73

 

November/December Expenditures:

 

Fall Festival                                                   5557.55

Fall Festival groups 2673.09

Payroll                                                            3717.57

Transfer Taste Account                               5720.14

Rent                                                                  235.13

Phone, Internet:                                             211.80

Office Supplies                                               116.60

Vehicle Registration                                         44.35

 

Total                                                               15,603.14

 

 

Budget for 2022
Expenses Insurance  $      2,050.00
Professional Fee  $      2,000.00
Vehicle Registr.  $           45.00
Office supplies  $      1,000.00
Computer Expense  $         750.00
Rent  $      2,821.56
Telephone/internet  $      1,278.72
Payroll  $    19,237.50
Total Expense  $   29,182.78
Bank Balance  $ (18,562.76)
Expected DFC  $ (20,000.00)
Surplus  $    (9,379.98)
Assumptions:  1.  Expenses will remain stable.  2.  We will not need to make any significant repairs or replacements.  3.  No pay raises.

 

Felony Statistics Summary Report
01/01/2021 – 12/31/2021
Drugs
Total: 2458
Causing Serious Bodily Injury when Operating Vehicle with a Schedule I or II Substance in Blood: 5
Dealing in a Narcotic Drug: 62
Dealing in a Schedule I Controlled Substance: 40
Dealing in a Schedule III Controlled Substance: 1
Dealing in a Schedule IV Controlled Substance: 6
Dealing in Cocaine: 2
Dealing in Marijuana: 64
Dealing in Methamphetamine: 131
Maintaining a Common Nuisance – Controlled Substances: 4
Manufacturing Methamphetamine: 6
Obtaining a Controlled Substance by Fraud or Deceit: 4
Possession of a Controlled Substance: 316
Possession of a Narcotic Drug: 185
Possession of a Substance Represented to be a Controlled Substance: 2
Possession of Cocaine: 2
Possession of Marijuana: 502
Possession of Methamphetamine: 830
Possession of Paraphernalia: 177
Unlawful Possession of Syringe: 115
Visiting a Common Nuisance – Controlled Substances: 4

 

 

Felony Statistics Summary Report
01/01/2020 – 12/31/2020
Drugs
Total: 2188
Causing Serious Bodily Injury when Operating a Vehicle with a Schedule I or II Substance in Blood: 2
Dealing in a Look-a-like Substance: 5
Dealing in a Narcotic Drug: 32
Dealing in a Schedule I Controlled Substance: 53
Dealing in a Schedule II Controlled Substance: 1
Dealing in a Schedule IV Controlled Substance: 2
Dealing in Cocaine: 8
Dealing in Marijuana: 54
Dealing in Methamphetamine: 120
Maintaining a Common Nuisance – Controlled Substances: 13
Obtaining a Controlled Substance by Fraud or Deceit: 7
Possessing a Look-a-like Substance: 8
Possession of a Controlled Substance: 234
Possession of a Narcotic Drug: 146
Possession of a Schedule V Controlled Substance: 2
Possession of a Substance Represented to be a Controlled Substance: 4
Possession of Cocaine: 10
Possession of Hash Oil: 1
Possession of Marijuana: 489
Possession of Methamphetamine: 582
Possession of Paraphernalia: 194
Unlawful Possession of Syringe: 215
Visiting a Common Nuisance – Controlled Substances: 6

 

 

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

6 December 2021

Meetings:

  • Vanderburgh County Client Consultation Board, December 10
  • December 17, Youth and Cannabis Disorder Webinar
  • Indiana Coalitions Network, December 15

Financial Review:

  • Paid Vehicle Registration Fee for food trailer

Projects:

  • Worked on 2022 CCP
  • Contacted vendors for web-site hosting
  • Coordinated migration drugfreecounty.org website to Regent Promotions

 

 

 

Consider the resources/assets and limitations/gaps that were identified for each risk factor, and list what actions can be taken for each identified problem statement.

Problem Statements What can be done (action)?
1. Alcohol, tobacco and other drug use continues to be a problem among youth and adult citizens of Vanderburgh County.  New drugs like fentanyl and its analogs and synthetic drugs have become widely available. Substance abuse crimes, such as Operating While Intoxicated, dealing in a controlled substance, and possession of a controlled substance continue to occur in high numbers.  Drug overdose deaths have increased. 1.

 

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2.  Poverty, lack of transportation, stigma and other barriers deter access to services that address substance use disorders for youth, adults and families in Vanderburgh County. 1.

 

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3. Innovation in treatment modalities and practices, such as medically assisted treatment, require continuing education and training for substance use treatment, prevention and court professionals, as well as community leaders and the general public. 1.

 

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Step 4: Develop SMART Goal Statements

For each problem statement, prioritize your list of what can be done. Choose your top two actions for each. Then, develop goal statements that demonstrate what change you hope to achieve and by when you hope to achieve it.

Problem Statement #1
Goal 1 Seventy-five (75%) percent of youth and adult participants in programs supported with SAC funds in 2022 will report or demonstrate positive change in knowledge, skills, or attitudes as measured by pre- and post-evaluations after participation in the program.
Goal 2 Twenty-five percent (25%) of youth and adult participants of programs supported by the SAC in 2022 will report or demonstrate a decrease in use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs after participation in the program.
Goal 3  Vanderburgh County will increase the prosecutions of Dealing in a controlled substance resulting in death (I.C. 35-42-1-1.5) by 10% in 2022.
Problem Statement #2
Goal 1  In 2022, the number of persons served by mental health and addiction treatment will increase by 5% by decreasing barriers to treatment, such as transportation and financial resources.
Goal 2

 

 

Problem Statement #3
Goal 1  The SAC will provide trainings for at least 50 community professionals on trends in addiction / co-occurring disorders through community educational events or training opportunities.
Goal 2

 

 

 

 

Step 5: Plans to Achieve Goals

For each goal, list the steps required to achieve each

  Problem Statement #1 Steps
Goal 1 Seventy-five (75%) percent of youth and adult participants in programs supported with SAC funds in 2022 will report or demonstrate positive change in knowledge, skills, or attitudes as measured by pre- and post-evaluations after participation in the program.

 

 

1.     SAC will fund and evaluate programs that serve youth who are at-risk for substance use and abuse.

2.     SAC will fund and evaluate programs that serve adults who are at-risk for substance use disorder.

3.     SAC will fund and evaluate programs that serve persons who are at risk of relapse.

4.     SAC will fund and evaluate programs that support families whose members are at-risk for substance abuse or substance use disorder.

5.     SAC funded programs will collect demographic and performance data on participants in their programs.

6.     SAC funded programs will compare their outcomes with data from outcomes on evidence-based programs.

7.     SAC will have each of the funded agencies give a report during the year to the entire council, and answer questions about their programs.

8.     SAC will evaluate each program at the 6 and 12 month mark to evaluate their progress on the goals and to also review the financial expenditures.

 

 
  Goal 2  Twenty-five percent (25%) of youth and adult participants of programs supported by the SAC in 2022 will report or demonstrate a decrease in use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs after participation in the program.

 

 

1.     SAC will fund and evaluate programs that serve adults and youth who are involved in substance use and abuse.

2.     SAC will fund and evaluate programs, including court programs, that serve youth and adults who have a substance use disorder.

3.     SAC will fund court, probation, community corrections or diversion program staff training; items that remove financial barriers; and drug tests to assist with rehabilitation of juvenile and adult offenders with a substance use disorder.

4.     SAC funded programs will collect demographic and performance data on participants in their programs.

5.     SAC funded court programs will collect recidivism data on offender participants in court drug and alcohol programs.

6.     SAC funded programs will compare their outcomes with data from outcomes from evidence-based programs.

7.     SAC will have each of the funded agencies give a report during the year to the entire council, and answer questions about their programs.

8.     SAC will evaluate each program at the 6 and 12 month mark to evaluate their progress on the goals and to also review the financial expenditures.

 

  Goal 3  Vanderburgh County will increase the prosecutions of Dealing in a controlled substance resulting in death (I.C. 35-42-1-1.5) by 10% in 2022. 1.     SAC will fund equipment and other needs for law enforcement to enhance their law enforcement activities as it relates to drug arrests and the prosecution of I.C. 35-42-1-1.5.

2.     SAC will fund training for law enforcement personnel to enhance skills and expertise in the investigation and prosecution of controlled substance offenses and overdose death investigation.

3.     SAC funded law enforcement programs will record data on specific metrics, including but not limited to, arrests, crimes charged, amounts of drugs seized, etc.

4.     SAC funded law enforcement programs will compare data with data collected in previous years and statewide data.

5.     SAC will have each of the funded agencies give a report during the year to the entire council, and answer questions about their programs.

6.     SAC will evaluate each program at the 6 and 12 month mark to evaluate their progress on the goals and to also review the financial expenditures.

 

  Problem Statement #2 Steps
  Goal 1  In 2022, the number of persons served by mental health and addiction treatment will increase by 5% by decreasing barriers to treatment, such as transportation and financial resources.

 

 

1.     SAC will fund treatment agencies that help eliminate barriers to treatment by assisting with transportation and other financial costs incurred by the clients, to impact the number of people who access treatment services.

2.     SAC funded programs will collect demographic and performance data on participants in their programs.

3.     SAC funded programs will compare their outcomes with data from outcomes on evidence-based programs.

4.     SAC will have each of the funded agencies give a report during the year to the entire council, and answer questions about their programs.

5.     SAC will evaluate each program at the 6 and 12 month mark to evaluate their progress on the goals and to also review the financial expenditures.

 

  Goal 2

 

 

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  Problem Statement #3 Steps
  Goal 1 The SAC will provide trainings for at least 50 community professionals on trends in addiction / co-occurring disorders through community educational events or training opportunities.

 

 

1.     SAC Treatment Committee will assess the professional educational need in Vanderburgh County.

2.     The SAC Treatment Committee will identify professionals to conduct the training.

3.     The SAC Event Chairperson and Executive Director will secure meeting space, event sponsors and lunch and refreshments for the training event and enter into contracts with the training professionals.

4.     The SAC Event Chairperson and Executive Director will facilitate the awarding of continuing education credits to program participants.

5.     The SAC Event Chairperson and Executive Director will set the participant price for the educational program and disseminate enrollment information to prospective participants.

6.     SAC will gather feedback from attendees about the quality and usefulness of the program through surveys and focus groups.

7.     SAC will evaluate the program at the 12 month mark to evaluate the effectiveness of the training.

  Goal 2

 

 

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Membership Meeting

Substance Abuse Council Agenda

January 10, 2022, 1:30 p.m.

Central Library, Browning Room B

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1.         Call to Order

2.         Welcome and Introductions

3.         Approval of December 2021 minutes. (please check the attendance list for corrections)

4.         Treasurer’s Report

4.         Committee Reports

            a.         Prevention

            b.         Law Enforcement

            c.         Treatment

4.         Director’s Report

5.         Old Business/Projects

            A. 6-Month Grant Reports

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6.         New Business:

            a.  Problem Statements and SMART goal revisions for 2022 CCP

            b.  Start of 2022 grant cycle

7.         Presentations:

            a.  Holly’s House                                                    

            b.  YWCA

8.         Agency Announcements: In addition to agency announcements being made here, please email flyers to Dan that can be forwarded early tomorrow.

9.         Adjournment

NEXT MEETING: The next meeting of the Substance Abuse Council will be held on Monday,  February 7, at 1:30 pm, at the Evansville Central Library, Browning Room A or B.

The SAC Executive Committee will meet February 14, at noon, by Microsoft Teams.

Treatment Committee:  February 7, 2022, at 12:30 pm., Evansville Central Library, Browning Room

ANNUAL MEETING

ANNUAL MEETING

Substance Abuse Council Agenda

December 6, 2021, 1:30 p.m.

Central Library, Browning Room B

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1.         Call to Order

2.         Welcome and Introductions

3.         Approval of November minutes. (please check the attendance list for corrections)

4.         Committee Reports

            a.         Prevention

            b.         Law Enforcement

            c.         Treatment

4.         Director’s Report

5.         Old Business/Projects

            A. Officer Elections

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6.         New Business:

            a.  2022 Meeting Schedule

            b.  6-Month grant reports due December 31

7.         Presentations:

            a.  Vanderburgh County Prosecutor Office               

            b.  Tri-State Alliance

            c.  Clean Slate – Shannon Parson

8.         Agency Announcements: In addition to agency announcements being made here, please email flyers to Dan that can be forwarded early tomorrow.

9.         Adjournment

NEXT MEETING: The next meeting of the Substance Abuse Council will be held on Monday,  January 10, at 1:30 pm, at the Evansville Central Library, Browning Room A or B.

The SAC Executive Committee will meet December 13, at noon, by Microsoft Teams.

Prevention Committee:  Immediately after this meeting

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNCIL OF VANDERBURGH COUNTY

MINUTES OF THE MEMBERSHIP MEETING

 1 November 2021

Members present:  Shannon Parson – Clean Slate, Crystal Sisson – Holly’s House, Jill Hoskins – Brentwood Springs, Daren Harmon – Prosecutor’s Office, Lindsey McCord – Patchwork Central, Molly Fahrlander – Patchwork Central, Stacey Kuder – Deaconess Cross Pointe, Wally Paynter – TSA, Bri Bolin – Transgender Action, William Wells – DADS, Nathan Simon – TSA, Kim Ashby – Boom Squad, Katie McMahon, Patchwork Central, Dan Miller – Executive Director, Jackie Hughes – Beacon Recovery, Dee Lewis – President, Leslie Jackson, Matt Knight, Kevin Groves – Southwestern Behavioral Health, Elizabeth Greenwell – Probation, Hannah McPhail-Duckworth – Counseling for Change, Courtney Horning – Smoke Free Evansville, Heather Woods – Vice-President, Julie Robinson – TSA, Tracey McCaffrey – Transgender Action

Guests:  JoAnne Delisle – Groups Recover Together

Dee Lewis, President,  called the meeting to order at 1:33 pm. The meeting was held in person and via Microsoft Teams.

Minutes of the September 6, 2021, meeting had been emailed in advance of the meeting.  Wally Paynter moved that the minutes be approved; Kim Ashby seconded the motion. The motion carried and the minutes were approved.

Committee Reports:

Prevention Committee.  Chairman Laura Wathen was not present.  The committee will meet after this meeting concludes

Law Enforcement Committee.  Chairman Daren Harmon gave the drug statistics for September and October, which are attached.   Drug arrests have reached the pre-pandemic status quo.  Narcotics usage appears to have increased.  There is also an increase in vaping tickets.  He also mentioned a breaking case where an Evansville child had used fentanyl.  The Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice Committee met on October 20.  They gathered statistics for the 2022 CCP.

Treatment Committee:  Chairman Jackie Hughes reported that the committee met prior on October 13.  The committee are gathering data and working on the SMART goals for the CCP.

Nominating Committee:  Chairman Jill Hoskins presented the committee’s nominees for office.  The slate of candidates for SAC officers is attached.  Dee Lewis asked if there were any nominations from the floor.  There were none.  Elections will be held at the annual meeting on December 6.  Wally Paynter announced that at the December meeting he will ask each candidate what his plan for the future operations of the council will be as Drug Free Communities Funds dwindle.

Director’s Report:  Dan Miller reported on the director’s activities since the last meeting.  His written report is attached to these minutes. 

Previous Business:

              Fall Festival:  Dan gave the report for the Fall Festival.  Not all the bills are in, but the Fall Festival booth did extremely well.  The total revenue was $9,089.00, compared to $5,442.00 in 2019.  Daily revenue was also higher compared to 2019.  He also recounted how he and Jill Hoskins dealt with supply chain issues; expenses will be higher because they had to find certain ingredients at retail when contracted suppliers were unable to fill the orders.  Dan also gave a shout out to Mike Gray who assisted Jill and Dan with getting an infusion of change to the booth on Tuesday night.

New Business:

Elections:  will be held at our Annual Meeting on December 6.  Dee Lewis announced that members may be in person or virtual and that voting can take place either way.

2022 Faces of Change:  Dan reported that it had been at least two years since the SAC had held a Faces of Change workshop.  This is a mostly revenue neutral event as we have gotten sponsors to help it.  He thinks we can resume it in 2022.  This would be an effort of the treatment committee and the events committee.  Of the members present, it was ascertained, based on past experience, that Brentwood Springs can be a meal sponsor, the YWCA can sponsor breakfast (?), Southwestern Behavioral Health can host us in the Welborn Conference room, Deaconess can print material, and either Deaconess or Southwestern can handle getting CEUs for participants.  Dan will work with these organizations and the treatment committee to get a date and a plan for a Faces of Change event in the spring of 2022.

Presentations:

Patchwork Central:  Molly Fahrlander and Katie McMahon presented on the SPARKs program being funded by SAC.  SPARKS is designed to help youth be more resilient, make better choices and avoid risky behaviors.  They had 33 participants in grades K through 8; those were lower pandemic numbers.  The participants come from the neighborhoods around Patchwork Central; 88% of the families were below 80% of the median income for the county

Vanderburgh Adult Probation:  Elizabeth Greenwell presented for the probation department.  1064 offenders were place on alcohol or drug probation in 2021.  They were supervised both pre- and post-sentencing.  They were predominantly level 6 alcohol related felonies and any level drug felony case.  The probation department received a grant in 2020 for Thinking for a Change, which it received permission to roll over into 2021.  Thinking for a Change is a behavioral modification program for high risk offenders.  It needs to be done in person, and the Probation Department is scheduling sessions for 2022.  A second grant is for drug screening; the grant enabled the purchase of a 15 panel test that includes fentanyl and some synthetic drugs.  So far 660 persons have been tested with 323 positives:  118 for THC, 69 for methamphetamine, 62 for amphetamine, 42 for ethyl glucuronide (an alcohol metabolite), 12 for fentanyl, 8 for cocaine, and 6 for benzodiazepines.  The third grant is for bus tokens which enables probations whose driving privileges have been suspended or have no transportation to appear for daily breathalyzers, drug screens and SUD treatment.

Groups Recover Together:  JoAnn Delisle introduced us to Groups Recover Together, which is a program that offer outpatient MAT (suboxone) to adults in recovery.  It is 100% virtual.  Someone at Groups takes phone calls 24/7, where the caller can complete a 6-question in-take examination.  That leads to a 90 minute bio-social intake interview which facilitates a provider evaluation.  Patients, except those who are pregnant can be prescribed 16 mg of suboxone or less.  They only deal in e-scripts.  Patients have to submit to 12 panel urinalysis testing.  They take Medicaid and Medicare, as well as most insurance.

Announcements:  

Wally Paynter announced that TSA had its Halloween Dance this past Saturday and that there were 500 youth middle to high school in attendance.  He also announced that November 20 is Transgender Day of Remembrance.

The Annual meeting is scheduled Monday, December 6, at 1:30, at Central Library, Browning Room B. 

Prevention Committee will meet today after the general membership meeting.

The next Executive Committee Meeting is Monday, November 18, at noon, via Microsoft Teams.

Wally Paynter moved to adjourn the meeting; the motion was seconded by Kim Ashby.  The motion passed, and President Dee Lewis adjourned the meeting.

Submitted by Dan Miller

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

1 November 2021

Meetings:

Booth at the Community Resource Fair on September 18

Fall Festival: 

Cleaned and stocked it

Brothers transported to the festival 7:00 am Sunday morning

Jodi Uebelhack and friends from VCCC took it back to YWCA

Financial Review:

Reserved Conference Room at 501 John for Family Court group meetings

Projects, gathering information for:

Interview with Channel 44 re: SUD and OUD prevention

Felony Statistics Summary Report
10/01/2021 – 10/31/2021
Drugs
Total: 162
Dealing in a Narcotic Drug: 5
Dealing in a Schedule I Controlled Substance: 4
Dealing in a Schedule IV Controlled Substance: 2
Dealing in Marijuana: 5
Dealing in Methamphetamine: 14
Possession of a Controlled Substance: 10
Possession of a Narcotic Drug: 11
Possession of Cocaine: 2
Possession of Marijuana: 39
Possession of Methamphetamine: 51
Possession of Paraphernalia: 12
Unlawful Possession of Syringe: 7

Executive Commitee Meeting

Substance Abuse Council of Vanderburgh County

Executive Board Meeting

Agenda

November 15, 2021

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  1. Approval of Minutes
    1. October 18, 2021
  1. Announcements
  1. Financials and Reports
    1. Drug Free Community Fund fees
    1. Financial Reports
  1. Old Business/Project Update

a.  Fall Festival Booth:  proceeds to volunteer organizations

b.  Screening Committee Report:  Rule changes/Policy for at-risk grantees, Grant Application timeline.

c.  Nominating Committee; Elections

  • New Business

a.  Meeting schedule for 2022

b.  Proposal to segregate fundraising profits into the Taste Account

c.  Operating budget for 2022

d.  Orientation of new Officers

  • Adjournment

Next Executive Board Meeting, December 13, at noon

Next SAC Meeting , December 6, 2021, at 1:30, EVPL Central Campus, Browning Room B

Treatment Committee: 

Prevention Committee:  December 6, after SAC membership meeting

Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice: