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Our coalition -- Part of a cohesive group which is more than the sum of its parts: Mayor’s Alliance on Substance Abuse Fayette County ASAP Bluegrass Regional.

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2 Our coalition -- Part of a cohesive group which is more than the sum of its parts: Mayor’s Alliance on Substance Abuse Fayette County ASAP Bluegrass Regional Prevention Center Community Partners Together create:

3 Two or more agents working together to produce a result not obtainable by any of the agents independently

4 Our coalitions have successfully worked together to: Focus our energy Share our resources

5 Sources of Funding KY-ASAP $36,671 KY-ASAP $36,671 Champions $3,027 Champions $3,027 Youth Coalition $1,485 Youth Coalition $1,485 Keep It Real EUDL Grant$65,000 (two years) Keep It Real EUDL Grant$65,000 (two years) Drug-Free Communities Grant$125,000 Drug-Free Communities Grant$125,000

6 KY-ASAP: $36,671 (FY10 grant of $15,600, plus $21,071 carryover) Personnel $9,240 Tobacco 5,750 Alcohol 4,230 Prescription Drug Abuse 286 Administration 2,267 Total $24,938 Carryover ($11,733 minus 10% admin $1,173) $10,560

7 KY-ASAP Funds Detail Personnel:$9,240 (L Sugarman, administrator) (L Sugarman, administrator) Tobacco Committee: Nicotine replacement patches $5,000 (Three cessation classes; total of 53 (Three cessation classes; total of 53 participants. Most recent class had a graduation rate of 76% – highest in KY) Youth-produced Tobacco PSA’s $750 (Shown on 50 screens in regional cinemas) (Shown on 50 screens in regional cinemas)

8 KY-ASAP Funds, continued Alcohol Committee: Purchase of 14 Passive Alcohol Indicators $4,000 (Used in conjunction with Drug Court, D.U.I. traffic stops; anticipated increased usage this fall when UK is back in session)

9 KY-ASAP Funds, continued Alcohol Committee: Alcohol Committee: Parents Who Host Social Host Campaign $230 Parents Who Host Social Host Campaign $230 (Printing of 4,200 retailer push cards; distributed to 11 establishments and to Citizen Police Academy participants) (Printing of 4,200 retailer push cards; distributed to 11 establishments and to Citizen Police Academy participants)

10 KY-ASAP Funds, continued Prescription Drug Abuse Committee: Faces of Substance Abuse Conference $1000 (Attended by 160 professionals representing over 70 organizations; Second annual conference planned for 2011) (Attended by 160 professionals representing over 70 organizations; Second annual conference planned for 2011)

11 KY-ASAP Funds, continued Prescription Drug Abuse Committee: LFUCG Drug Diversion Program $2,165 ( Envelopes and mailing for 2,082 posters distributed ( Envelopes and mailing for 2,082 posters distributed to pharmacies & other medical providers in Fayette County)

12 KY-ASAP Funds, continued Youth Coalition for Alcohol Education: Community Luncheon:$286 (Materials for luncheon attended by 60 community leaders & youth; 8 new YCAE members recruited.)

13 Champions: $3,027 State pass-through of Federal Funds (Final allocation; program discontinued) Faces of Substance Abuse Conference $1000 Rx Drug Focus Groups 474 (117 students from 10 high schools participated) Bi-monthly Board Meetings 578 (Joint meetings of Mayor’s Alliance and FC ASAP) Annual Meeting 650 (Food, trophies for July 2009 meeting attended by 31 members) Administration Fee: 303 Total $3,005 Carryover: $23

14 Youth Empowerment System (YES) Grant $1485 (State Block grant pass through Federal $) Meeting Expenses: $489 (11 meetings, each attended by youth) Luncheon: $501 (60 community members attended) Admin. Fee: $135 Support for Youth Coalition for Alcohol Education Support for Youth Coalition for Alcohol Education Photo from Sticker Shock, one of the youth programs which followed a meeting last year.

15 Youth Coalition for Alcohol Education Major projects: Radio spots on Clear Channel Radio spots on Clear Channel Community Luncheon Community Luncheon Alco-pops presentations Alco-pops presentations Sticker Shock Sticker Shock Freshmen Orientations Freshmen Orientations

16 Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL) Grant KSP Grant from OJJDP $65,000 over 2 years Six Years of the Keep It Real Campaign to Reduce Underage Drinking and Internet Video Contest

17 (EUDL) Grant, continued Lexington Family Magazine $180 (6 articles, monthly coverage distributed to 72,000 in Fayette County) Video Editing Services$19,000 (Includes website, cable channel buys, poster development, WKYT and all aspects of contest)

18 (EUDL) Grant, continued Awards Ceremony $2133 (Trophies, cash awards, food & drink, rental, printing) Cinema Buys $1684 (Seen on 50 screens throughout Fayette County and in Elizabethtown; total of 6,000 showings)

19 (EUDL) Grant, continued Television$235 ( Purchased 75 showings on WKYT-TV) Contract work$1425 (L. Sugarman to work With publicity, school coordination, interaction with students and specific schools)

20 Drug Free Communities (DFC) Grant $125,000 (First year of five-year Federal grant (CSAP) Personnel $27,290 (1.FTE Coordinator) (1.FTE Coordinator) Mileage $580 Mileage $580 Contracts $18,170 (.5 FTE; Evaluation services: L. Sugarman; D. Loeffler) (.5 FTE; Evaluation services: L. Sugarman; D. Loeffler)Training D. Bernier (Required DC meeting) $1411 D. Bernier (Required DC meeting) $1411 (Information utilized for year 7 plan) S.Tankersley$345 S.Tankersley$345 (Px Academy; PACT; Rx drugs) Youth PRIDE Conference$947 Youth PRIDE Conference$947 (4 Youth; 1 chaperone)

21 DFC Grant, continued Rx Drug Focus Groups $381 (Gained valuable information from 117 participants which will be utilized for planning effective prevention efforts) Community Readiness Survey (TriEthnic Center) $1820 (In-depth interviews on Underage Drinking with 6 key community leaders; analysis and report on community attitudes and readiness to address issue.) Parents Who Host Campaign$25 (Utilized campaign for Social Host marketing) Underage drinking is one of the issues addressed by DFC Grant

22 DFC Grant, continued Supplies $136 (S. Tankersley Business cards, office) Utilities, Telephone 150 (Pro-rated charges) Administration Fee$11,536 (Compliance) Note: Utilization is for 9 months Anticipated Carryover: $22,000

23 Effective Collaboration Shared vision for a drug-free community Shared vision for a drug-free community Shared commitment and leadership Shared commitment and leadership Shared resources: Shared resources: Funding Funding Volunteers Volunteers In-kind Donations In-kind Donations Shared planning and evaluation Shared planning and evaluation Shared ownership of results Shared ownership of results

24 And many more organizations and individuals Equals success that is more than the sum of its parts Thanks for all you do to make it work!


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