3 Annual Northeast Arizona Substance Abuse Prevention Summit AGENDA by mm6889


									  3rd Annual Northeast Arizona Substance Abuse Prevention Summit
                                     Sept, 16, 2009—Northland Pioneer College PAC
                     Breakfast & Snacks: are provided by National Bank of Arizona on the south side of the foyer.

                     Bottled Water: is donated by Sparkeltts of Snowflake. Please consume a bottle before taking another so there is plenty for all.

                     Lunch: is catered by Starvin’ Marvin and served by volunteers. Pre-registered attendees receive a chit in their registration
             package to redeem for lunch. Late registrants will receive a lunch chit on a food availability basis. Lunch is served behind the
auditorium and dining seating is available in Room 115 or weather permitting, outdoors.

    Display booths: Please visit the display booths during registration and morning breaks. Booths likely will be dismantled after the correlating
                              speaker has presented. Don’t miss the opportunity to obtain information they provide.
            Arizona Attorney General’s Office ° Arizona Criminal Justice Commission ° Junior Leadership Academy °
                LDS Abuse & Recovery Program ° Legacy of Hope ° National Guard Demand Reduction Program °
                  Navajo County Drug Project ° Navajo County Health Department Teen Pregnancy Prevention °
                 Paws Up Paws Down Drug Dog Education ° Salvation Army Mountain Mission to Youth House &
                       Salvation Army Treatment Program° The Works, AZ LLC ° Veterans Affairs ° WeTip

                                   Registration Opens,
                            7:30   Breakfast/Snacks—National Bank of Arizona, Water—Sparkletts                     Foyer
                                   ° SEATING BY 8:00 am, please
                                   ° Opening by MC Barbara Bruce
                                   ° Intro of VIPs
                                   ° Shannon Willis, Miss Navajo County
                                   ° Welcome by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer (TBC)
                                   ° WeTip Award & Expansion Announcement (Susan Aguillar)
                                   ° General Announcements
                            8:15   ° Introduction of Primary Speaker                                               Auditorium
                            9:00   ° Primary Speaker: Robin Stamp: Internet Safety                                 Auditorium
                           10:30   Break                                                                           Foyer/lawn
                                   °MC Introduction of Keynote Speaker
                           10:45   Keynote Speaker: Susie Vanderlip, Legacy of Hope                                Auditorium
                           12:15   Lunch—Starvin’ Marvin, service in hallway behind auditorium, enter from north   Dining: Room 115/Foyer/lawn
                            1:00   Breakouts - A
                            2:00   Breakouts - B
                            3:00   Breakouts - C
                            4:00   Dismissal – Pick up certificates as you depart & thank you for attending
                                  Agenda and schedule subject to Change

                                  National Bank Breakfast & Snack Service:
                                  South side of foyer

                                  Lunch Service:
                                  Hallway behind auditorium

            Fo                    Lunch Dining Areas:
                                  Room 115
                                  Outdoors & Lawn (weather permitting)

                                  Displays & Display Presentations:
                                  Foyer Area
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                                  Room 115
                                  Room 119
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                                                 Morning Session
 With the proximity of Snowflake Junior High to this venue, those students have been invite to attend this morning’s unique
  session on a space available basis. We encourage all attendees to tightly fill seats near the front of the auditorium and to
                          leave upper raked seating and floor space available for student seating.
Students must depart immediately after the Keynote Session and perusal of displays. Please allow them to exit the auditorium
                         immediately after the Keynote session before registrants break for lunch.
           Registered Attendees: Kindly move to forward seating and please don’t leave empty chairs in between
                                             Agenda & Times Subject to Change

Primary Speaker:
                 Robin Stamp has been on staff with the Office of the Attorney General since August 2006. As a member of the Community
                 Services program he is responsible for spearheading the Attorney General’s Internet Safety School Outreach Plan. Mr. Stamp
                 is responsible for presentations and curriculum for school and parents to address the issues of on-line predators and cyber
                 bullying. He has worked with local law enforcement, the U.S. Attorney’s office, the F.B.I., and the Arizona Crime Prevention
                 Association to deliver the message of Internet safety into every home and school statewide. His provocative presentation will
                 be a great eye-opener for adults and youth alike on the dangers lurking in cyberspace that can quickly lead predators to your
                 front door.
                 Further materials and information are available at the lunch break at the AzAG booth in the foyer.

Keynote Speaker:
                  Susie Vanderlip: CSP, CPAE is a California-based youth and family issues expert and author. She will present an
                  extraordinarily entertaining, dramatic and thought-provoking one-woman show, Legacy of Hope®, a program that stimulates
                  positive communication between parents and teens. Legacy of Hope® has been presented for one million youth and adults in
                  47 states and Canada. Stamp delivers eye-opening information on Internet dangers that can lead predators to your front door.

                  Using 30-years professional dance and acting experience, she delivers insight into the emotions of today’s kids gained from
                  23 years working with families of alcoholics/addicts, and the occasional tweaking of information by clinical psychologist
                  husband Dr. Ken Vanderlip. Further information and publications are available for sale during the lunch break, in the foyer.

              This event is organized by the Navajo County Drug Project (www.navajocountydrugproject.com)
                            under direction of The Works Az, LLC (www.theworksaz.vpweb.com)
                        and hosted by the Community Support Coalition of Greater Show Low Area

                                 Breakout Sessions—A—1-1:55 pm
                                                                  Display Talks

                                                                       1-1:25 pm:
Display Talk 1: Community Issues and Solutions for Veterans—Respecting and Protecting our Protectors
Presenter: Elaine Sawyers, Veterans Services, grew up in Lakeside and returned after graduating from Arizona State University, with bachelors
and a masters degrees in social work. She worked for Navapache/Summit Hospital for 15 years. She has provided counseling, social work services
and OEF/OIF Outreach for the Show Low Veterans Affairs Clinic for the last two years.
Synopsis: Information on issues with veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. This includes new research and
information on traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder and military sexual trauma. There is a special emphasis on substance abuse
with veterans. Information regarding local VA services as well as those services that are available nationwide will be rolled out.
Recommended For: Service providers, veterans, military, law enforcement, counselors
Location:      Display Booth, Foyer

                                                                   1:30-1:55 pm:
Display Talk 2: WeTip Crime Line
Presenter: Susan Aguilar, WeTip Chief Executive Officer, Vice President, WeTip Board of Directors, has been on staff with WeTip for over 31
years. She has coordinated the management of hundreds of specialized programs and services within the organization to positively impact crime in
the United States. She has coordinated the WeTip National Conference and has conducted more than 1,000 training seminars nationwide for law
enforcement officers, and corporate security on how to effectively implement the program. She graduated with an associate degree in psychology, a
bachelors in business administration and a masters in business organizational management.
Presenter: Sue Mandell, WeTip Director, Program Development, specializes in creating programs specifically related to corporate security,
schools, insurance and municipalities. She’s made more than 500 presentations nationwide and she worked as the liaison to major law enforcement
agencies and corporate security across America. Ms. Mandell has 15 years experience in training management in safety and risk management and
she has served as WeTip the Director of Program Development for six years. Ms. Mandell graduated from the University of Phoenix in business
administration and has a masters degree in organizational management.
Synopsis: Crime in our communities is a direct result of apathy. Residents in communities have lost hope in their ability to make things safer and
more secure in their own neighborhoods. The WeTip Community Safety Seminar is a proactive class that provides some basic tools to aid citizens
in taking back their communities from the criminals that threaten their safety. People are afraid, they are frustrated, and they are angry. The WeTip
plan helps to turn anger into action by joining hands and finding a solution through the use of the WeTip anonymous Community safety hotline
Recommended For: Law enforcement, community members, general public
Location:       Display booth, foyer

                                                    Breakout Presentations 1 pm-1:55 pm

Presentation: Current Trends in Drug Use in Arizona
Presenter: Doug Hebert, Drug Enforcement Administration, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix, has over 25 years experience. He
began his career with the DEA in 1983 in Phoenix. He was reassigned in 1984 as Special Agent to the San Diego Field Division and Carlsbad, Ca.,
resident Office. During that time, he targeted numerous domestic and international drug trafficking organizations in the US, Mexico, South America
& the Far East.
Synopsis: An overview of drug activity in the state; boarder stability, conflicts and bloodshed from drug trafficking and drug cartels; downturn of
Mexican meth production and upturn of heroin export; dangers, trends and predictions to anticipate in our short- and long-term future
Recommended for: Law enforcement, government, general pubic
Location:      PAC Auditorium

Presentation: RX 360— An in-depth look at adolescent prescription drug abuse
Presenter: Colleen Pyra, Program Manager, the Partnership for a Drug Free America, Arizona Affiliate. She has worked with the non-profit
organization for three years and has dedicated her life to substance abuse prevention work. She manages multiple statewide programs for The
Partnership educating about effective, research-based ways to keep Arizona’s kids healthy and drug free. She holds a bachelor’s degree in
communications from ASU and resides in Phoenix.
Synopsis: Prescription drug abuse is on the rise and killing our kids. Learn about this growing trend and find out what you can do to educate kids
and caregivers. This presentation will also look at the developing adolescent brain.
Recommended for: Educators, parents, youth mentors, youth, caregivers
Location:      Room 115

Presentation: Arizona Youth Survey 2010—Gathering Community Based Risk-Taking Behavioral Information
Presenter: Michelle Nitche, a researcher for the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission’s Statistical Analysis Center, has conducted criminal justice
research for five years, including participation in the Arizona Arrestee Reporting Information Network project, conducts independent research on
gender influence as a mediator or predictor of alcohol use, and works on a rande of research and policy projects. She has been the project manager
of the Arizona Youth Survey since 2005. As project manager, she designs surveys, recruits schools, administers surveys, and analyses data.
Additionally, she is a member of the Arizona Underage Drinking Committee, a subcommittee of the Arizona Substance Abuse Partnership. She
received her bachelor and master degrees from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University.
Synopsis: A biennial survey of 8th, 10th, and 12th grade students across Arizona. The Arizona Youth Survey (AYS) determines the incidence and
prevalence of adolescent problem behaviors (substance use, violence, delinquency, gang involvement, and school safety issues) among Arizona
youth, and the risk and protective factors (family, school, community, and peer/individual) that are correlated with these behaviors. The data fro the
AYS gives each participating school a better understanding substance use and other problematic behavior prevalence among their students.
Additional risk and protective factor data is extremely valuable in informing school and community-based prevention programming. Together, these
data prove very valuable for establishing need in grant applications, identifying opportunities to improve outcomes for youth by addressing specific
risk and protective factors, and tracking the performance of prevention programs already in place. This presentation gives participants a of the
background of the survey, results from the 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2008 surveys, and information on how to involve schools i in the upcoming 2010
Recommended for: Education Administrators, Educators, Grant Writers
Location:       Room 119

Workshop: How to Pass, Support, and Promote a Social Host Ordinance
Presenters: Jeffrey Smythe, Chief of Police Show Low, AZ, became a police officer in 1986 at ASUPD and worked there for three years. This
gave him a foundation in dealing with campus related issues of underage drinking and substance abuse. He served on the Scottsdale PD for 19+
years and left as a Lieutenant. During his tenure he worked several specific details in the downtown area that had a high concentration of bars per
square mile and many substantive drinking issues. He was the supervisor of the Bike Unit for 2 years with the primary issues being public order in
the bar district. Chief Smythe also implemented a “controlled disbursal” response plan for SPD that was directed at arresting and calling parents
after teenage parties rather than just breaking them up and having kids possibly drive home impaired. He became Show Low Police Chief in June
2008. At the urging of the Navajo County Drug Project, he sought and quickly and successfully passed a social hosting ordinance in Show Low.
Roy Tullgren, Executive Director – Pastor Gospel Rescue Mission, Tucson, serves as a Commissioner on the Pima County – Tucson Commission
on Addiction and Prevention, Chair of the Community Prevention Coalition in Tucson, Chair of the Media & Marketing Outreach Committee for the
Commission and Coalition, member of the Arizona Substance Abuse Partnership – Community Advisory Board for the Governor’s office, and a
member of the Pima County Juvenile Services Coordinating Council.
Synopsis: A Social Host Ordinance holds parents and/or property owners responsible and liable for underage drinking parties that occur on their
property. These ordinances are currently in 5 AZ cities and one county, with several other cities in the process of approval. Social Host Ordinances
are being passed in hundreds of cities and counties throughout the country. This workshop will address how to properly write the ordinance (copies
of approved ordinances will be distributed), how to present the ordinance to your political leaders for their support and passage, and how your
communities and coalitions can support law enforcement efforts of the ordinance though specific activities such as observations, tip lines, marketing
and education.
Recommended for: Town & county government, law enforcement, MADD, SADD, judicial, attorneys, courts
Location:                Room 124

                                 Breakout Sessions—B—2-2:55 pm
                                                                 Display Talks

                                                                  2-2:25 pm:
Display Talk 3: Strengthening Our Communities: National Guard’s Drug Demand Reduction Program
Presenter: Sgt. 1st Class Richard Mabry, Jr., has been a member of the Armed Services for over 20 years. He deployed in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom in 2006-2007. He began service with the National Guard Drug Demand Reduction program in 2000. He currently serves as the
Arizona National Guard Drug Demand Reduction Program Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge. The Drug Demand Reduction Team has
supported Torros, Maryvale Wake up, Meth Nucleus Group, 29th St Coalition, Westside Coalition, Kino Weed & Seed, Liberty Partnership, Williams
Alliance and numerous other organizations and schools throughout the state
Synopsis: xxxx
Recommended For: Educators, youth counselors, youth paramilitary leaders, youth program leaders
Location:             Display Booth, Foyer

                                                                  2:30-2:55 pm:
Display Talk 4: Paws Up, Paws Down
Presenter: Michelle Denton—has a master’s degree in forensics and has aided BIA, PLPD, USFS and NCSO in forensic investigations/discovery.
She teaches drug awareness classes at American Indian Christian Mission School; aids in drug intervention and education at Show Low
Community Counseling Center and will be contracted under a grant from White Mountain Women’s Club to do weekly drug prevention education
with K9s at Show Low and Blue Ridge schools this year.
Recommended For: Educators, educational administrators, residential school directors, charter schools, law enforcement, counseling centers,
youth organizations, government
Location:             Display Booth, Foyer

                                                   Breakout Presentations 2 pm-2:55 pm

Presentation: Gang Prevention & Awareness Update
Presenter: DPS Sgt. Jon Wisner, Arizona Department of Public Safety, Criminal Investigations Division, Gang Enforcement Bureau, for the past
eight years with 27 years in law enforcement. He has worked patrol, drug task force, vehicle theft task force and State Gang Task Force. He holds a
criminal justice bachelors degree from Michigan State University. He is assisted by Detective Claridge.
Synopsis: Overview of gang trends in Arizona, Particularly Northeastern Arizona
Recommended for: Educators, government, law enforcement, general public
Location:              PAC Auditorium

Presentation: LDS Addiction and Recovery Programs
Presenter: Chris Frazier is the Office Manager at the Snowflake Arizona LDS Family Services Office. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a
master’s degree in social work and a few classes short of a master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. Besides supervision of the office, and
providing counseling, he also supervises 15 LDS Addiction Recovery Groups in Northeastern Arizona. He loves to work in his field of study and has
a passion for learning about leading research in the area of mental health.
Synopsis: LDS Family Services facilitates Christian 12-Step Addiction Recovery Groups in this area. These groups last around an hour and are
free of charge, and no referral is necessary. They are open to anyone regardless of religious affiliation. This breakout session will describe how this
12-step group operates, and how the steps relate to the Gospel to assist those struggling with addictive behaviors.
Recommended for: LDS members, educators, administrators, those in recovery or read for recovery, those with family members needing
Location:              Room 115

Presentation: Underage Drinking: Our Number One Problem
Presenters: Sgt Brian Swanty, Navajo County DUI Task Force, is a 16-year veteran of the Highway Patrol Division of the AZDPS. He is a Certified
Drug Recognition Expert Instructor and a SFST Instructor. He has been the Project Coordinator for the White Mountain DUI Task Force since 2004.
He is accompanied by Officer Dennis Milius, who’s been with the Highway Patrol Division for 10 years. He is a Certified Drug Recognition Expert
Instructor, SFST Instructor, DITEP Instructor, Law Enforcement Phlebotomist, and Collision Reconstructionist. He spent a 90-day special detail
working Undercover Narcotics with the Navajo County MCAT in 2008. Milius has been the Agency Coordinator for the White Mountain DUI Task
Force since 2004
Synopsis: This session will address the problem of Underage Drinking and Law Enforcements role with education and enforcement
Recommended for: Law enforcement, MAAD, SAAD, youth, general public
Location:              Room 119

Presentation: Replicating the Junior Leadership Academy for at Risk Youth in Your School District
Presenters: Gilbert M. Alvidrez, MEd, Program Originator & Project Coordinator; Dr. Mary Jeanne Munroe, Navajo County School
Superintendent & Navajo County Drug Project Education Chairperson
Assistance From: JLA III 209 OJT Educators and Academy Participants
Synopsis: Ensuring the ladder for success is leaning against the right wall is the goal for the Junior Leadership Academy. Join the breakout
session of a proven program, JLA, to receive the structural format and resources to meet the needs of youth in your community. The ladder “rungs”
to success include self-awareness, goal setting, collaboration and choices (decision-making strategies), which guide achievement to benefit
individuals, families and communities. This interactive breakout provides guidance: material and human resources, to conduct a leadership program
in your community. The success of the last 3 years provides the motivation to assist communities to successfully meet the needs to today’s youth.
Mentors/coaches are available, as are print materials, to assist in developing a program to meet local needs.
Recommended for: Teachers, Education administrators, juvenile probation, youth counselors, CPS, diversion programs
Location:               Room 124

Breakout Sessions—C—3-3:55 pm
                                                                  Display Talks
                                                                     3-3:25 pm:
Display Talk 5: SAMMY House & Salvation Army Treatment
Presenter: Dave Sherman—White Mountains Officer in Charge
Synopsis: When children are bored they opt for something that may put them in a regrettable place or situation that may follow them for the rest of
their lives. To prevent this scenario, The White Mountain Salvation Army has opened Salvation Army Mission to Mountain Youth (SAMMY) House in
Lakeside at 4367 W. White Mountain Blvd. SAMMY House welcomes youth ages 7-17 with activities such as Wii, computer lab, games and a
conversation pit, homework help and hangout, tutoring and more.
Recommended For: Counselors, service providers, counseling centers, youth, parents
Location:        Display Booth, Foyer

Display Talk 6: Child Protective Services in Today’s Arizona
Presenters: Karen Edmonson has worked in different areas of child welfare/CPS in Arizona for 19 years. She began her career as an ongoing
worker, assisting families toward reunification, permanency for children, and assisting teens in independent living programs. Later she investigated
reports of abuse and neglect, and provided families with opportunities to resolve issues that caused CPS involvement. She also supervised a CPS
intake and ongoing unit for several years and was able to provide assistance and direction to CPS workers, with the emphasis on child safety and
respectful communication with families. Lately she primarily has facilitated family meetings. The importance of extended family and community is
immeasurable, especially in our present times of economic crisis. Extended family and community are key to successful family interventions and/or
to the reunification process…of children with their parents.
Synopsis: Discussion of how the cuts in the Arizona budget have affected programs and services that CPS had offered in the past. New
direction…where do we go from here: Community resources, family resources, and basis services that CPS can still provide.
Recommended for: Social agencies, education administrators, justice workers, law enforcement, foster parents, CFT participants
Location:               Display Booth, Foyer

                                                    Breakout Presentations 3 pm-3:55 pm

Panel: Overview of Drug Issues in WMAT
Moderator: April Olivar, White Mountain Housing Authority
Participants: WMAT-Tribal Chairman, Ronnie Lupe (Or a representative if he is unable to attend), Whiteriver Police Department-
Assistant Chief-Raymond Burnette. BIA-Criminal Investigations, WMAT-Tribal Social Services, CPS Supervisor-Cora Hinton, and a
personal testimony from Rinda Declay.
Synopsis: Overview of Drug Issues in WMAT
Recommended for: Law enforcement, tribal agencies, general public
Location: PAC Auditorium

Presenter: Barbara Bruce; Barbara Bruce is producer, director and host of White Mountain Radio's DRUGNET. Widowed, she found herself in a
relationship in 1994 with a drug addict, alcoholic and con-artist, and discovered she had a "black belt in co-dependency." Barbara ignored the signs
until she finally found herself heartbroken and financially depleted. After loosing everything she had as a result of this co-dependent relationship,
she enrolled in therapy, read everything she could find on addiction/recovery and became a devotee to ALANON and 12 Step Programs. Barbara
chose to share her story to benefit others. Barbara started the world’s first radio talk on tobacco and brought the Hazelden 12 Step Stop Smoking
Program to Arizona. Her tobacco show actually segued into DRUGNET. Today Barbara says she keeps that co-dependency in check by doing the
DRUGNET show each week.
Synopsis: Many don’t recognize the many faces of co-dependency. Some have heard the label but don’t understand what identifies one as "co-
dependent." Answer the questionnaire and see if the term applies to you. If you discover that you are co-dependent, what then? This breakout
session will provide you with information on various therapies available. Then, there is support. While there are many existing 12 Step Programs for
the co-dependent, such as AL-ANON and ALA-TEEN, there is another 12 Step Program that specifically addresses the needs of the co-dependent
person: CODA (Co-Dependents Anonymous). Find out how to start one in the White Mountains
Recommended for: 12-step providers, DrugNet listeners, counselors, family & friends of addicts, general public,
Location:               Room 119

Presentation: Involving Youth in Service Learning
Presenter: Gus Percouco has led a varied life as soldier, a career sheriff’s captain, a resturantuer, radio broadcaster and trucker before entering
social services. He worked for the state of Nevada as CPS and E lder Protective Services investigators and directed social service programs for the
Navajo and Piute Tribes at different times. Before retiring in May, he was the criminal justice instructor for Winslow High School. He has been
awarded the US Army National Freedom Medal, the Veterans of Foreign War Distinguished Service Award, the Arizona Judicial Branch
Achievement Award, and the Arizona Governor’s 2009 Service Learning Award Winner.
Synopsis: To introduce to the listener the method(s) by which Percouco motivated youth to become involved in projects last year. He will also
explain, how he used life experience to explain to students that there is an obligation for each of us, to give back to our communities, what
community means. That it's not all about taking, but giving back through community service. It's a relatively simple philosophy. He will discuss how
he challenged each student to simply stop and think about how the community that they live in serves them, and, what they can do to see that some
form of service is returned to that community. He will also explain that the most important thing that we can do as adults, is listen to the student. He
believes this is the most important aspect, student inclusion. Letting the students know, that their input and their thoughts are valuable. Synopsis:
He will encouraged audience involvement in discussion on motivating youth in community service either through a simple Q&A, specific random
Recommended for: Educators, youth, government, chambers of commerce, non-profit/volunteer organizations
Location:               Room 124

                        THANK YOU TO SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS
Hosted by the Greater Show Low Drug Prevention Coalition—Organized by Navajo County Drug pProject & The Works AZ,


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