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1 Executive Director: Evan Dittman 120 Chestnut Street Port Allegany, PA Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Inc. is funded in part by the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs, 1 Department of Health and Counties of Cameron, Elk and McKean.

2 CAMERON, ELK, MCKEAN SINGLE COUNTY AUTHORITY ANNUAL REPORT Fiscal Year Table of Contents: 2 Introduction 3 Description of the Service Delivery System 4 Goals of the SCA 5 Membership of the Council/Commission (Listing Drug & Alcohol Resources) 6 Administrative Report 7 Personnel Report 8 Agency Organizational Chart 9 Prevention/Intervention Case Management Report Targeted Populations 28 Outpatient Treatment Report Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient - Client Demographics Outpatient Outcome-Based Report Inpatient Treatment Report 52 Inpatient-Client Demographics Inpatient Outcome-Based Report Fiscal Report Expenditures/Revenues Disclaimer 70 2

3 Introduction Mission Statement The mission of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Inc. (ADAS) is to provide quality substance abuse services for the residents of Cameron, Elk and McKean Counties. Purpose To provide a full continuum of alcohol and other drug, prevention, intervention, and treatment services for the residents of Cameron, Elk and McKean counties. Values All people have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. All people should have access to needed services that achieve optimum outcomes. All people should be empowered to exercise informed choice. Background Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Inc. is the Single County Authority (SCA) for Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties. As such, it is a Private Executive Commission, which is overseen by a Governing Board that is made up of eleven members. Of these eleven members, three are from Cameron County, four members are from Elk County and four members are from McKean County. The appointment of Board Members is approved by the Commissioners of the respective county the Board Member resides in. As a governing board, they have oversight of the Executive Director, fiscal and audit matters, as well as the authorization of contracts and other corporate matters. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Inc. is a Functional SCA in that it provides direct services as well as contracts with the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programming (BDAP). Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Inc. provides Inpatient, Outpatient, Prevention, and Case Management Services. 3

4 ANNUAL REPORT July 1, 2008 through June 30, Description of the Service Delivery System Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services, Inc. (ADAS) is the Single County Authority (SCA) responsible for facilitating the provision of a comprehensive and balanced system of quality substance abuse, prevention, intervention, treatment and case management services for Cameron, Elk and McKean Counties. Client entry into the Cameron, Elk, and McKean County drug and alcohol treatment system occurs primarily through the Care Management Department. The client is given an appointment with the Care Manager in one of the five outpatient facilities. A Care Manager evaluates the client and recommends the appropriate level of care using several evaluation and placement tools including the PCPC, ASI and ASAM criteria. Since ADAS is a functional unit, clients typically enter the appropriate level of care immediately. If a client is under the age of eighteen and requires inpatient care, or has special needs requiring referral outside the catchment area, the Care Manager calls the Executive Director to arrange the services and secure the funding. The SCA provides funding, based on availability of funds, for uninsured/under insured clients. A client becomes eligible for SCA funded drug and alcohol services by going through the liability determination process that focuses on family income. The greater the income, the greater the financial participation by the client for his/her treatment. Contacts for services provided by the Cameron, Elk, and McKean Single County Authority are: Administrator - SCA Andrew Lehman Prevention/Education Services - Lindie Gnan SAP Consultation/Treatment - Lindie Gnan Outpatient Intervention/Treatment - Jennifer Greenman Inpatient Treatment Jessica Clark Case/Care Management Services Amy Zimmerman Intensive Outpatient Services - Jennifer Greenman

5 2. Goals Of The Single County Authority (SCA) The Board of Directors and the Executive Director are responsible for the planning and implementation of state and federally funded drug and alcohol services for Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties. In order to be effective in this endeavor the Board has established the following goals: a. To make a full continuum of services available and accessible to Cameron, Elk, and McKean County residents at a reasonable fee. b. To review and evaluate drug and alcohol services, projects and special problems in relation to the incidence and prevalence of alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse. c. Continue to work with BHARP, SCA Directors, MH/MR directors, and consultants to manage Health Choices for the twenty-three county north central region. d. Continue to manage the client database to be used as an indicator of client characteristics and trends for future planning purposes. e. Continue quality services, which will ensure the continuation of State Licensure as monitored by the DOH Division of Drug and Alcohol Program Licensure. f. Provide staff training to enhance employee certification and knowledge of new techniques available to the drug and alcohol field. g. To provide adequate salaries and benefits in order to retain skilled, competent, and professional employees. h. Collaborate with schools, agencies, and businesses in order to establish drug-free schools and workplaces. i. Continue to provide technical assistance to school districts for Student Assistance Programs (SAP) and drug and alcohol prevention curriculum. j. Expand awareness programs for local communities to reduce and prevent substance abuse and use. k. Promote family and parenting education programs to help children and families establish healthy, meaningful, and drug-free lifestyles. l. Continue service implementation reporting into web-based PBPS system to establish goals and objectives for prevention in the community. m. Continue to contract with providers for a full continuum of care for drug and alcohol services. 5

6 3. Membership of the Cameron, Elk, McKean County Board of Directors (As of June 30, 2009) Ms. Crystal Karenchak, ELK COUNTY, (Board Chair Person) Mr. Benjamin Bickford, CAMERON COUNTY, (Board Vice Chair Person) Mr. John Walker, MCKEAN COUNTY (Board Treasurer) Ms. Kathy Roche, MCKEAN COUNTY, (Board Secretary) Mr. Tom Barton, Mr. Scott Atwell, Mr. Dennis Crotzer, Ms. Kimball Nelson, Ms. Dusty Pantuso, Mr. Adam Johnson, CAMERON COUNTY ELK COUNTY ELK COUNTY MCKEAN COUNTY MCKEAN COUNTY CAMERON COUNTY *Note As of June 30, 2009 there was one vacant position for Elk County. 4. Listing of SCA Functions and Services As a Functional Unit, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services provides the following functions and services in-house : Administrative Case and Care Management Inpatient Treatment (Non-Hospital Rehab) Intensive Outpatient Treatment Intervention (Student Assistance Program) Outpatient Treatment Prevention 6

7 ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ANDREW LEHMAN The following administrative accomplishments were realized through the work and cooperation of the Board of Directors, administration, and employees of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services, Inc., during the fiscal year. - Continuation of ACT 152/BHSI/IGT/Services - Continued CIS operation and compliance - Utilized SCA budget resources effectively, without either returning state funds or creating a budget deficit - Continued juvenile probation D&A program (Youthful Offenders, 1 st time Offenders Programs) - Retained full compliance with State Licensing Requirements - Provided 214 hours of external and 947 hours of internal training for ADAS staff - Provided modest fiscal yearend bonus to employees - 17 employees with CAC/CPS/CAAP Certification - Update computer capabilities for Administration, Outpatient, Inpatient, and Clerical departments, including internet access and on-line reporting capabilities for all staff - Hosted ten drug and alcohol trainings, providing almost 60 hours of BDAP/PCB approved coursework. - Continued treatment outcome based evaluation - Continued Performance Based Prevention (PBPS) reporting - Continued to work with local hospitals in an attempt provide more localized detoxification services - Work with and continued Board membership for Cameron, Elk & McKean County Family Services Systems Reform, Collaborative Board, Integrated Children s Service Plan, Tobacco Coalition, and Systems of Care. - Provided active representation on PACDAA and BHARP committees - Provide services to all local family centers - Continued Port Allegany and St. Marys Intensive Outpatient Program - Continue to maximize use of available funding streams for drug and alcohol services - Maintained contracts for all necessary levels of care to assure access to appropriate, quality treatment services. - Continued Certification for the agency as a Commonwealth approved training provider for Student Assistance Program - Continued to provide quality Outpatient and Prevention Services in Potter Co. 7

8 PERSONNEL REPORT At the end of the fiscal year Alcohol & Abuse Services, Inc. was employing a complement of 36 employees which remained the same as the previous fiscal year. Merit increments of 5% were given to all employees effective on the employees anniversary month. We had a prosperous fiscal year. As a thank you for the hard work and efficient use of resources by employees the organization awarded a year end bonus. Very few changes occurred in personnel during fiscal year The following are the minimal changes in each department: Case Management - After being a D&A Case Management Specialist Trainee for one year, Helen Schott was promoted to D&A Case Management Specialist in October Inpatient Bruce Holes resigned on October 25, 2008 from his position as Residential Worker. Eric Swift filled this vacancy on October 27, Jessica Clark, Inpatient Director, received her CAC (Certified Addiction Counselor) in January Outpatient E. Lee Trayer, D&A Treatment Specialist in Port Allegany, received her CAC (Certified Addiction Counselor) in May After being a D&A Treatment Specialist Trainee in Bradford for one year, Joshua Preston was promoted to D&A Treatment Specialist in May Prevention This department remained unchanged during the fiscal year. Clerical This department also remained unchanged during the fiscal year. Administration There were no changes in Administration during this fiscal year. 8

9 COUNTY DRUG & ALCOHOL ADMINISTRATOR Andrew Lehman ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Tammy Conway SUPERVISORS CLERICAL OUTPATIENT CASE MANAGEMENT PREVENTION INPATIENT Tammy Conway Jennifer Greenman Andrew Lehman Lindie Gnan Jessica Clark Support Staff Therapists Case Managers Prevention Spec. Therapists Bradford Bradford Bradford Bradford Maple Manor Nancy Burke Terry Songer Amy Zimmerman Greta Billings David Shaffer Judith LeRoy Joshua Preston Karen Bird Mary Gregg Angela Eckstrom Alision Gigliotti Mark Boyle Port - Outpatient Port Allegany Port Allegany Port Allegany Residential Workers Krystal Meade E. Lee Trayer Helen Schott Heidi Aikens Minerva Albaugh Mindy Clark St. Marys St. Marys St. Marys Bruce Holes Irene McCandless Margaret Robinson Sheri Timm Nicole Bullers John Hrusth Cook Gloria Ours Kane Kane Mary Jo Bowley Rae Nelson Coudersport/Inpt. Coudersport Coudersport Andrea Falk Darlene Manning Patti Gamble Port - Administration Cassandra Ryder 9

10 Prevention Services PROGRAMS AT GLANCE AOD Environmental Prevention Program is a generic program. This program focuses on Alcohol and Other Drugs environmental strategies. EXCLUDES Tobacco-related strategies, which are recorded under Tobacco Prevention Program. o Program Information Through this program we provide support and Technical Assistance to school related to their AOD policies and procedures. Specific to the Student Assistance Program and their Drug Free Policies. Examples of activities include participation in Safe and Drug Free Schools Tasks forces and SAP school maintenance. This program is delivered through single services activities. o Community: This program encourages schools to regularly look and evaluate their school policies and procedures related to AOD issues in the community. Through the evaluation process they are able to establish clear and specific guidelines related to AOD issues in their schools. o Federal Strategy- ENVIRONMENTAL o Services provided- 10 Events or activities o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, promote 10 ATOD Public Policy Campaign for General Population in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties ATOD Alternative Activity Program is a generic program that promotes ATOD free alternatives in the community and school districts. The goal of this program is to provide various school/community ATOD-free recreational and/or social activities. These activities also include recognition events. o Program Information Individuals participate in this program through numerous activities in our communities. Activities include family support programs, after school drug free events, peer to peer programs, and other numerous events that promote an ATOD free lifestyle. This program is delivered through recurring services and single services activities. o Community: This program reinforces and promotes an ATOD free lifestyle through recognition and the idea that you do not have to include ATOD to have an enjoyable time. It also recognizes individuals who have continued to live ATOD free. o Federal Strategy- ALTERNATIVES o Services provided- 156 Events or activities o Individuals Impacted- 9,772 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, support 300 students in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with alternative activities ATOD Community Events Programs is a generic program that impacts individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties through community awareness events and community collaboration efforts. These prevention programs are designed to specifically impact individuals living in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties through programs and activities held within the communities. Examples: Community Health Fairs, Community Awareness Campaigns and Events. 10

11 o Program Information Generally the services provided through this program include support of community events and activities, sponsored by community collaborative boards and coalitions. These programs are delivered through single service activities. o Community: Support services were also provided through this program, by agency staff, to many of the community events and activities that were attended throughout the year. Through agency representation we were able to also impact other professionals and the community through this collaboration effort. COMMUNITY BOARD and GROUP PARTICIPATION o Family Resource Network o McKean County Collaborative Board o McKean County Tobacco Coalition o Cameron County Collaborative Board o Federal Strategy INFORMATION DISSEMINATION o Services provided- 169 events o Individuals Impacted- 298 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, identify 1000 individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties for attending ATOD health fairs and promotional events. The ATOD Community Prevention Partnership Program is a generic program that impacts individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties through community awareness events and community collaboration efforts. These prevention programs are designed to engage partners from various sectors of the community in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of prevention activities. Examples: Tobacco Coalition, Heroin Task Force, Advisory Councils. Note: This also includes providing TA to school districts related to the planning, implementation, and evaluation of prevention activities. Program Information Generally the services provided through this program include support of community boards and coalitions through are regular attendance; support of their activities and events; and Technical Assistance. These programs are delivered through single service activities. o Community: Support services were also provided through this program, by agency staff, to many of the community events and activities that were attended throughout the year. Through agency representation we were able to also impact other professionals and the community through this collaboration effort. o Federal Strategy COMMUNITY-BASED PROCESS o Services provided- 256 meetings or events o Individuals Impacted- 560 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, attend 50 meetings and events with community teams (boards, coalitions, etc.) in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties By 6/30/2009, facilitate 10 Technical Assistance and Planning session for boards, coalitions, and groups in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties By 6/30/2009, assist 100 members of boards, coalitions, and organizations in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with ATOD related information and community issues. 11

12 By 6/30/2009, facilitate 20 ATOD policies technical assistance sessions for schools in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties ATOD Education Program is a generic program that impacts individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties through Drug and Alcohol Education Programs. These prevention programs are designed to specifically impact individuals living in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties through speaking engagements that offer specific Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Informational programs. o Program Information Generally the services provided through this program include speaking engagements to residents of Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties. These programs are delivered through single service activities. o Community: These services are provided to community members in several arenas such as; schools, business, factories, community boards, and other community events. o Federal Strategy INFORMATION DISSEMINATION o Services provided- 41 meetings or events o Individuals Impacted- 710 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 1000 students in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties on the harmful effects of ATOD`s By 6/30/2009, educate 800 individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with life skills and ATOD related information The ATOD Information Dissemination Program is a generic program that provides individuals with materials related to ATOD issues. This program complements all other prevention activities and programs by disseminating information in written and/or audio-visual format. It includes distribution of ribbons, pamphlets, handouts, newsletters, videos, books, PSA's and media campaigns, and Incentives such as pens or pencils. o Program Information - Residents are given brochures, pamphlets, and other media related materials. This programs services are delivered through single service activities, though they generally co inside with other activities; such as health fairs, community events, etc. o Community: Provide ATOD related materials and information to the community. Through the year our agency participates in a great number of activities that enable us to provide literature and materials related to Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs. o Federal Strategy- INFORMATION DISSEMINATION o Services provided- 68 events o Individuals Impacted- 22,512 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, disseminate ATOD related information and materials to the general population in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties By 6/30/2009, disseminate 3000 Media Marketing Materials and ATOD information to schools in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties 12

13 ATOD In-Service Training is a generic program that impacts groups in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties through trainings specific to ATOD information. These prevention programs are designed to specifically impact teams, schools, and boards. Examples: SAP Awareness Training, SAP Leadership Training, etc. o Program Information These programs provide individuals with specific information related to services ADAS provides in the community. o Community: Target Audience is general school personnel and community board members. These activities provide individuals with specific information about ADAS services, to support their positions. o Federal Strategy COMMUNITY-BASED PROCESS o Services provided- 8 trainings o Individuals Impacted- 264 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, train 50 Student Assistance Team Members in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties on Student Assistance Program Attendance Program is an innovative program. This program is agency specific for staff based in the school setting. These individuals work with identified high risk students, with truancy and attendance issues. This program works one on one, and in a small group setting. This program runs K-12. o Program Information this program impacts student who has been identified as truancy issues in Schools. Students are identified and then referred to this school based program. Participants work with prevention specialists to brainstorm and problem solve their truancy issues. The staff also works closely with school administration and personnel to identify ways work with school related truancy issues. The staff also works closely with the parents to implement good school behaviors. This program is delivered through single service activities. o Community: This program has a large impact on the community through the efforts of the school and the prevention staff to combat truancy issues in the Bradford School District. This program has been in existence for three years at the Elementary and High School levels. o Federal Strategy- PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION AND REFERRAL o Services provided- 315 Events o Individuals Impacted- 5,215 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, identify 200 students in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with truancy and attendance issues. By 6/30/2009, promote 100 recognition events and activities for students in Bradford School District. DUI Education/Intervention Programs- This program is used to educate those individuals who have been convicted of a DUI violation and provide intervention services when needed. o Program Information The services provided through this program are to identify AOD users. This program impacts those individuals who may be involved with the justice system. Individuals are generally referred from the Court system and within our 13

14 agency. This component offers education related to ATOD issues. This program is delivered through recurring service activities. o Community: These programs educate participants about the impact of ATOD related issues to the community. Also it provides them with education about current laws and the punishments associated with those laws. o Federal Strategy- PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION AND REFERRAL o Services provided- 57 Groups (lasting 4 weeks) o Individuals Impacted- 128 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 800 individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with life skills and ATOD related information Incredible Years Program is a SAMSHA approved model program. The Incredible Years series features three comprehensive, multi-faceted, and developmentally based curricula for parents, teachers, and children. The program is designed to promote emotional and social competence and to prevent, reduce, and treat behavioral and emotional problems in young children (2 to 8 years old). This impacted families of Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties through this SAMSHA approved model program, by providing education and ATOD related information to parents of student ages o Program Information We run this program in collaboration with other local agency services for parents and caregivers in the community. Participants are identified through local collaborative efforts. This program is delivered through recurring service activities. o Community: This program has a great deal of community collaboration associated with it. Community agencies and organizations refer participants to the program. It helps parent and caregivers support an ATOD free lifestyle, through positive interaction with their children. o Federal Strategy- EDUCATION o Services provided- 27 Groups (lasting 6 to 8 weeks) o Individuals Impacted- 129 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 400 family members in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with family management and ATOD information programs Life Skills Training (LST) is a SAMSHA approved model program. Life Skills Training (LST) is a program that seeks to influence major social and psychological factors that promote the initiation and early use of substances. Life Skills has distinct elementary (8 to 11 years old) and middle school (11 to 14 years old) curricula that are delivered in a series of classroom sessions over 3 years. The sessions use lecture, discussion, coaching, and practice to enhance students' self-esteem, feelings of selfefficacy, ability to make decisions, and ability to resist peer and media pressure. o Program Information Students participate in this evidence based program throughout the community schools. We utilize this program in several different ways. We use this program in classroom education, small group programs, and students who are referred through the student assistance program. This program is delivered through recurring service activities. o Community: Provides ATOD and life skills information to students who live in our communities. This program emphasizes the importance of social skills, 14

15 communication, appropriate refusal skills, and how to live ATOD free. This encourages students to have happy and health lives in our communities. o Federal Strategy- EDUCATION o Services provided- 54 Groups (lasting 6-8 weeks) o Individuals Impacted- 667 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 800 individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with life skills and ATOD related information Parenting Programs is a generic program. Programs that promote ATOD awareness and education for parents and families. o Program Information These programs are specific education or awareness programs for parents who attend speaking engagements or other events that are more informational. These provide parents with resources and information about ATOD. This program is delivered through single service activities. o Community: These programs help support the families in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties by providing them with appropriate ATOD related information and materials. Allowing them to recognize problem behaviors and to help them communicate concerns about ATOD issues. o Federal Strategy- INFORMATION DISSEMINATION o Services provided- 8 Events o Individuals Impacted- 72 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 400 family members in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with family management and ATOD information programs Project Towards No Tobacco Use (TNT) is a SAMSHA approved model program. Project Towards No Tobacco Use (TNT) is a comprehensive, classroom-based curriculum designed to prevent or reduce tobacco use in youth 10 to 15 years old in grades five through ten. o Program Information Students participate in this evidence based program through a referral process established with our schools and the local District Justices. Student who are identified for this program, are those who have been in violation of School Tobacco Policies. This program is also used as a classroom education program. This program is delivered through recurring service activities. o Community: These programs help support the youth access law, and promoting schools policies to be tobacco free. o Federal Strategy- EDUCATION o Services provided- 5 Groups (lasting 6-8 weeks) o Individuals Impacted- 7 15

16 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 1000 students in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties on the harmful effects of ATOD`s 16

17 Strengthening Families Program is a SAMSHA approved model program. The Strengthening Families Program I (SFP-I) involves elementary school aged children (6 to 12 years old) and their families in family skills training sessions. SFP uses family systems and cognitive-behavioral approaches to increase resilience and reduce risk factors for behavioral, emotional, academic, and social problems. o Program Information We run this program in collaboration with other local agency services for parents, caregivers, children, and families. Participants are identified through the local school system. This program is delivered through recurring service activities. o Community: This program has a great deal of community collaboration associated with it. Community agencies and organizations refer participants to the program. It helps parent and caregivers support an ATOD free lifestyle, through positive interaction with their children. o Federal Strategy- EDUCATION o Services provided- 88 Groups (lasting 6 to 8 weeks) o Individuals Impacted- 1,035 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 400 family members in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with family management and ATOD information programs Student Assistance Program is an innovative program. This program provides intervention service within the school setting intended to identify and address problems negatively impacting student academic and social growth. Services include assessment, consultation, referral and/or small group education for SAP identified youth. The services are provided by cross-disciplinary staff including substance abuse and mental health professionals. Support programs provided to school students who have been identified as being at risk or using substances. o Program Information Individuals participate in this program through the referral process of the schools student assistance program. Students may also be referred to our agency to administer a Drug and Alcohol Screening for support services. This process happens once the student has been referred to our agency through SAP and after completing the school process of Parent Consent, in accordance with the Privacy Protection Act. The Student will be assessed by a Liaison to determine need of support services. Liaisons attend Student Assistance Team meetings at a minimum of two times a month. They conduct the screenings as needed. This program is delivered through single services activities. 17

18 o Community: This program provides a resource component to community schools through liaison services. These services impact schools, students, and parents living in our communities. o Federal Strategy- PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION AND REFERRAL o Services provided- 329 SAP Meetings or Screenings o Individuals Impacted- 688 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, coordinate 200 SAP referrals for school districts in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties o The Prevention Department acts as the Commonwealth Approved Trainer for the following programs: Student Assistance Training (SAP), SAP Awareness Training, SAP Leadership Training, and SAP Team Maintenance and Revitalization. TAG- Helping Teens Stop Using Tobacco is an Evidence Bases Program. TAG is a comprehensive, classroom-based curriculum designed to prevent or reduce tobacco use in youth 10 to 15 years old in grades five through ten. o Program Information Students participate in this evidence based program through a referral process established with our schools and the local District Justices. Student who are identified for this program, are those who have been in violation of School Tobacco Policies. This program is also used as a classroom education program. This program is delivered through recurring service activities. o Community: These programs help support the youth access law, and promoting schools policies to be tobacco free. o Federal Strategy- EDUCATION o Services provided- 22 Groups (lasting 6-8 weeks) o Individuals Impacted- 65 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 1000 students in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties on the harmful effects of ATOD`s TAP- Tobacco Awareness Program is an Evidence Bases Program. TAP is a comprehensive, classroom-based curriculum designed to prevent or reduce tobacco use in youth 10 to 15 years old in grades five through ten. o Program Information Students participate in this evidence based program through a referral process established with our schools and the local District Justices. Student who are identified for this program, are those who have been in violation of School Tobacco Policies. This program is also used as a classroom education program. This program is delivered through recurring service activities. o Community: These programs help support the youth access law, and promoting schools policies to be tobacco free. o Federal Strategy- EDUCATION o Services provided- 18 Groups (lasting 6-8 weeks) o Individuals Impacted

19 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 1000 students in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties on the harmful effects of ATOD`s Too Good For Drugs (TGFD) is a SAMSHA approved model program. Too Good For Drugs (TGFD) is a school-based prevention program designed to reduce the intention to use alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drugs in middle and high school students. o Program Information Students participate in this evidence based program throughout the community schools. We utilize this program primarily through classroom education. This program is delivered through recurring service activities. o Community: These programs help support students to make appropriate decisions and to understand consequences associated with the decisions they make. o Federal Strategy- EDUCATION o Services provided- 693 Groups, last 6-8 weeks o Individuals Impacted- 4,318 o Objective(s): By 6/30/2009, educate 1000 students in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties on the harmful effects of ATOD`s 19

20 Prevention Department Totals for by RISK FACTOR GOALS and OBJECTIVES Goal : By 6/30/2009 Reduce C-Availability of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs among the general population in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties by 5%. By 6/30/2009, attend 50 meetings and events with community teams (boards, coalitions, etc.) in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties By 6/30/2009, disseminate 15,000 Media Marketing Materials and ATOD information to individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties. By 6/30/2009, promote 10 ATOD Public Policy Campaign for General Population in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties By 6/30/2009, facilitate 10 Technical Assistance and Planning session for boards, coalitions, and groups in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties Goal : By 6/30/2009 reduce S-availability of alcohol, tobacco & other drugs among communities in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties by 5 %. By 6/30/2009, disseminate 3000 Media Marketing Materials and ATOD information to schools in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties By 6/30/2009, educate 1000 students in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties on the harmful effects of ATOD`s By 6/30/2009, support 300 students in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with alternative activities By 6/30/2009, train 50 Student Assistance Team Members in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties on Student Assistance Program By 6/30/2009, facilitate 20 ATOD policies technical assistance sessions for schools in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties Goal : By 6/30/2009 reduce I-Favorable attitudes toward the problem behavior among individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties by 5%. By 6/30/2009, educate 800 individuals in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with life skills and ATOD related information By 6/30/2009, coordinate 200 SAP referrals for school districts in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties By 6/30/2009, assist 100 members of boards, coalitions, and organizations in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with ATOD related information and community issues. Goal : By 6/30/2009 reduce F-Favorable parental attitudes and involvement in the By 6/30/2009, educate 400 family members in Cameron, Elk, and McKean Counties with family management and ATOD information programs 20

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