Presentation on theme: "A formalized, multi-sector, county-wide coalition encompassing all of Ingham County to achieve its vision of reducing use and misuse of alcohol, and other."— Presentation transcript:
A formalized, multi-sector, county-wide coalition encompassing all of Ingham County to achieve its vision of reducing use and misuse of alcohol, and other drugs to plan, coordinate, and evaluate substance abuse prevention and treatment services available in our county www.drugfreeingham.org
Ingham County has successfully convened a wide variety of stakeholders from around the county with 17 active voting members and 30 participating non-voting members Health, Human Services, Courts, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Providers, Schools, Law Enforcement, Workforce development, Government officials, pharmaceuticals, local colleges and the Lansing Lugnuts are represented
The vision of ISAP is that: use and misuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs are reduced in Ingham County prevention and treatment services are more available, accessible and affordable for everyone within the county cultural and social norms shift so that alcohol misuse, drug and tobacco use by adults; and alcohol, tobacco, and drug use by youth in the county is perceived as negative behavior by all community members county residents are increasingly engaged in healthy lifestyles
Coalition sustainability and capacity building Use of data and data-driven decision making Alcohol: Access and Use adults youth Tobacco Other drugs and misuse of prescription drugs
Surveyed Ingham County Youth in grades 6, 8, 10, and 12 in 2004, 2006, and 2008 A county sample was established in 2006 and 2008 for comparison purposes (2004 was not a representative county sample) Measures risk and protective factors within the four domains: community, family, school, and peer/individual Risk and Protective factors have been shown to influence the likelihood of academic success, school dropout, substance abuse, violence, and delinquency among youth
2008 Ingham County Prevention Needs Assessment Data For all age groups, alcohol is the most frequently used drug. Cigarettes and marijuana are the next most frequently used for older youth.
One individual, between 1983 and 2005, had 397 incident reports. In 374 of these, the subject was the accused, and in 23 the victim. The subject was arrested 124 times. One individual, between 1983 and 2005, had 397 incident reports. In 374 of these, the subject was the accused, and in 23 the victim. The subject was arrested 124 times. Medical: hospital visits, average $493/visit X 90: $44,353 $44,353 Shelter ( food/treatment): $480/year x 20 years : $9,600 $9,600 Patrol Officer: $38.46/hour x 1,191 hours: $45,806 $45,806 Dispatch: $34/hour x 66.1 dispatch hours: $2,247 $2,247 Jail: $33.40/hour x 248 hours + food costs ($341): $8,624 $8,624 Fire Department: $400/transport x 90 transports: $36,000 $36,000 Court: $175 x 300: $52,500 $52,500 Attorney: $120 x 280: $33,600 $33,600 Pros.: $137 x 20 : $2,740 $2,740 Co. Jail: $47.56 x 100: $4,676 $4,676 TOTAL: $239,646.36 $239,646.36
Become an active, voting member of our county’s substance abuse prevention coalition. Pass a resolution to endorse the activities of the county’s coalition and assist the coalition in providing data. Host or support a local community awareness presentation.
ISAP coalition meets the third Thursday of the at the South Precinct, corner of Holmes and S. Cedar Coffee and light breakfast, 8:00 – 8:30 Meeting 8:30-10:00