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					Bay Area Substance Education Services - BASES

BASES Teen Center Newsletter
Volume 5, Issue 1 www.basesteencenter.org February 2005

about their goals and learn from their collective experiences. They also show empathy toward one anBASES other and learn to identify and share is expanding its their feelings. commitment to Each teen has a weekly indiprovide the best vidual session with their counselor possible serScott Kelly, Executive Director where they develop specific treatvices for adolesment goals to address their individcent substance abusers in the Reual needs. Many assignments incovery High Program. After the teens have had some time to relax volve practicing new behaviors and unwind from their school day, within these small groups. With the addition of these they begin their therapeutic day small groups, teens are offered with Recovery Skills Group. more opportunities to work on their Teens are divided into one of three small groups with individual specific issues in a caring environcounselors. Group sizes normally ment. Once each week, teens are divided into gender specific groups. range from 3 to 5 teens. During these small groups, These groups address concerns speteens evaluate one another on their cific to males and females in recovery. progress, receive staff feedback The remainder of the theraMany people comment that we have a peutic day is spent in large educadifficult job in our work with teen subtional groups. These groups introstance abusers. Helping people change duce the young person to chemical is a very rewarding job when you see it dependency as a chronic illness happen. We recently came across these figures about patient compliance while teaching the necessary skills rates for following the treatment recto help them change their lifestyle.

Director’s Update

ommendations for chronic illnesses: Heroin Addiction 60% Diabetes <50% High Blood Pressure <30% With these numbers in mind, we feel fortunate to see more than 2/3 of teens follow their recommendations to avoid further substance abuse problems. Change is hard for everyone. But, change for teenagers is something they see and do everyday!

Multi-media presentations assist staff in addressing the various learning styles and help to captivate the imagination and creativity of teens. By creating a comfortable learning environment, incorporating current technology and utilizing small groups to develop healthy peer relationships, teens that participate in the Recovery High program are shown how they can become a healthy, responsible young adult. For those teens that show early warning signs of problematic use and don’t need intensive services, they can attend the Life Skills Program on Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00-6:00. They learn various skills that will improve their quality of life such as problem-solving, communication, stress management, employability factors, personal responsibility and self-esteem to reduce their level of risk for substance abuse in the future.

Substance Abuse Services for Adolescents
1. Drug and Alcohol Assessments 2. Recovery Skills Groups—Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 3:00-4:00 3. Gender Groups / 12 Step Intro Meetings—Wednesday 3:00-4:00 4. Educational Groups—Sunday, Monday & Wednesday 4:00-6:00 5. Life Skills Groups—Tuesday & Thursday 4:00-6:00 6. Parent Education & Support Groups—Sunday 4:00-6:00 7. Drug Testing—Sunday 3-6, Monday-Thursday 10-6, Friday 10-5 BASES BOARD OF DIRECTORS & STAFF

Don Heise-President, Kraag Lieberman-Vice-President, Debbie Neidhamer-Secretary, Ike Boss-Treasurer, Chuck Adams, Bruce Herbert, Lorna Lewis, Anna Young Scott Kelly-Executive Director, Celia Partida-Program Director Tory Werth-Prevention Specialist, Jen Vollmer-Counselor, Nicole Partida-Office Assistant

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B A SE S TEE N C ENTE R

VOLU ME 5 , ISSUE 1

BASES TEAM MEMBERS
(as of 12/31/04) HALL OF FAME—$10,000+ Charles & Mary Adams Anonymous Foundation Lawrence & Sandra Bergmann Charlevoix County Community Foundation Char-Em United Way City of Charlevoix First Congregational Church Offield Family Foundation Oleson Foundation Rainbow Shoppe, Inc Mason & Lynne Rosenthal Ellen Schuiling Charles Whitney Foundation WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS $5,000-9,999 Community Church of God Consumers Power Co. Don & Kay Heise Lexalite International Lion's Club of Charlevoix Carol Morris Petoskey-Harbor Springs Community Foundation George & Mary Smith MVP AWARD—$2,500-4,999 Community Reformed Church Frey Foundation Great Lakes Energy Ironton Congregational Church Don Kelly Nu-Core Women’s Ski Tour Inc. CY YOUNG AWARD—$1,000-2,499 Mike & Ramona Bergeon Warner Blow Bern & Ruth Cannan Cemex Charlevoix State Bank Christ Episcopal Church Citizens Bank Mike & Rhea Dow Thomas & Sue Erber Stephen Guthrie Joanna Kolodziej Street Legends Roadway Solutions, Inc United Methodist Women Vacation Properties Network Woodrow & Margaret Wilson John & Anna Young PERFECT GAME CLUB—$500-999 James & Patricia Aikin American Legion Auxiliary Susan Boal Charlevoix Roast and Toast Charlevoix Screen Masters Cinema III Neil Cross David & Nancy Fowler Sulane Hamilton Bruce Herbert Jim & Louise Hilligan Lou Hollow Kappa Sigma Sorority Lakeshore Tire & Auto Service James Lange Manthei Development Corp. Andrea Naylor Northwest Heating & Air Randall Chiropractic Rotary Club of Charlevoix Virginia Rountree Frank & Beth Shepherd Doug Way GRAND SLAM CLUB—$250-499 Advanced Drywall James Alger Barnard Grange #689 Dennis Batdorff Karen Benning Bethany Lutheran Church Ike & Joyce Boss Sheldon & Karla Buckmaster Mark Covell Ben & Leslie Cunningham Richard Dexter Marjorie Dinwiddie Don's IGA Doug & Teresa Drenth Naghmana Farrukh Reed & Janet Freidinger Sally Ganakas Edith Gilbert Norm & Sue Goodwin Tom & Ann Hanna Steven & Anne Hansen Lawrence & Edie Irish Adrienne Ives Elbert & Beverly Kaiser Bill & Dorothy Kenny Kiwanis Club of Charlevoix Kiwanis Youth Foundation David & Debra Kring Kwikie Duplicating Kraag Lieberman John Lignell Carolyn McPherson Andrew Neumann Order Of The Eastern Star - Chp. 72 Rita Orlowski Roger & Cynthia Postmus
P.O. Box 22 Charlevoix, Michigan 49720 Phone (231) 237-9551 Fax (231) 237-9552

BASES Teen Center is supported By Char-Em United Way
Rudolph & Virginia Scharschmidt David Strawbridge Fran & Tina Themm Top Rank Disposal VFW Post 1153 Weathervane Terrace Inn & Suites Paul & Linda Weston John & Zita Winn Wolohan Lumber Stuart & Lois Wood Sonny & Billie Wright HOME RUN CLUB—$100-249 Ace Hardware Richard & Julie Ager Susan Anderson Antrim Dells Golf Club Assured Roofing Paul & Yumi Barden Barnard Methodist Church Lee & Sue Barta Bartlett Sand & Gravel Howard Beck Lawrence & Gennette Boss Leroy & Janet Buchanan Sally Buckner John & Mary Campbell Carlson's Home Improvements Dalene & Timothy Chick Dave & Julie Christiansen Tim & Sharon Coen Margo Cohen Teri Crane Joanne Curtis Daman Electric John & Barbara Danley DCL, Inc. John & Barbara Dempsey Richard Dexter East Jordan Iron Works FIA - Charlevoix / Emmet Counties John M. Frey Karen Frolich Shawn & Terri Gallup Bill & Pat Gauthier GLF, Ltd Shelby & Bernice Goss Haggard's Plumbing & Heating Linda Hance Donald & Janice Hand Larry & Betsy Hanson Harbor Health and Fitness Center Hartman Law Firm Jim & Anne Heier Elizabeth Hoffman Tom & Laurie Howell Walt & Ann Hufford Steve & Karen Jarema Donald & Eleanor Jesmore Hal & Kathy Johnson Robert & Margo Johnson Dennis & Karen Joy Lorraine Kelly Glenn & LaRue Kenney William Kenney Local Lodge D-480 - Cement, Lime & Gypsum Workers Leonhard & Rebecca Maendel Fredrick & Barbara Malpass Daniel & Tonya Mann Pat McKeown Ford, Inc. Helen Meggison Jack & Char Meyering Michigan Appraisal Michigan Office Ways Michigan Scientific David & Deborah Miller Jeff & Anne Miller Nick & Deneille Moes Morning Star Gems Francis & Marcella Murdick Ed & Pam Newcomb Northern Michigan Allergy and Asthma Center, P.C. Northern Michigan Urology Petoskey Cardiology Phillips Energy Fred & Louise Pivitt Jeff & Nancy Porter Jim Potter Preferred Title Ranger and Associates, Inc. Real Estate One Resort Reservations, Inc. Susan Robertson Todd Russell Sears of Charlevoix Bruce Shanahan Sky Electric Clayton & Kathryn Smith Dorothy Smith Southpoint Collision, Inc St. Matthew's Church Bill & Andrea Stahl Sam Supernaw Jr. Roderic Tinney Ronald & Mary Tomanek Charles & Christine Unbehaun United Methodist Church Leon & Madeline Vercruysse VFW Auxiliary #1153 Fredrick & Gloria Vanduyne Rick Wertz Builders Whitley Floor Covering Sam & Colleen Wilcenski Timothy Wilcox Jim & Dorothy Willis Wilmot Electric Harry & Jo Wood Jean Young Beverly Zelt Lonny & Sandra Zietz Zonta Group

BASES Teen Center offers many drug and alcohol free after-school social and recreational opportunities, at no cost, for young adults in the surrounding area from Monday thru Friday. The Teen Center has 2 pool tables, ping pong, a dart board, video games, basketball, foosball, computer games, chess, checkers, board games, cards, comfortable seating, concessions, a pop machine and adult supervision at all times. Along with all of these great recreational opportunities, the Teen Center also houses thousands of used books for sale year ‘round. There are shelves loaded with great titles at low prices (hardcover $1 and paperbacks 25 cents). Most importantly BASES Teen Center is a safe, drug and alcohol free facility where teens can be who they are while enjoying social and recreational opportunities throughout the year.

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BECOME A BASES TEAM MEMBER
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Hall of Fame World Series Champion MVP Award Cy Young Award $10,000+ $5,000+ $2,500+ $1,000+ Perfect Game Club Grand Slam Club Home Run Club $500+ $250+ $100+ My gift of $____________________

All charitable contributions are tax deductible, IRS designation 501(c)3.
Please make checks payable to: BASES Mail to: 208 West Lincoln, Charlevoix, MI 49720

BASES Teen Center a non-profit organization

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During the two hours of Trick or Treat time for Halloween, over 150 people visited the Teen Center and got their pick of candy from the counter, viewed the renovations of 2003 and the new theater set-up in the backroom. Many enjoyed an opportunity to warm up a bit before venturing onward through the neighborhood.

Learn more about Recovery High online at: www.basesteencenter.org
Recovery High is an adolescent substance abuse intervention program that is proving itself to be highly effective in addressing adolescent substance abuse. The program is a collaborative effort between BASES, Charlevoix Probate Court and Boyne City Schools. Learning more about this program could save a kids life!

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Permit No. 25 Charlevoix, MI 49720

BASES 208 W. Lincoln Charlevoix, MI 49720 BASES Phone: 231-547-1144 Teen Center: 231-547-2298 Fax: 231-547-4970 E-mail: info@basesteencenter.org Web-site: www.basesteencenter.org

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BASES ANNUAL ACTIVITY REPORT & TRENDS
TEEN SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
Group Name Teen Substance Abuse Education Group Sign-ins (D/R Group) # of Teen Substance Abuse Education Groups (D/R Group) Avg. Attendance at Teen Substance Abuse Education Groups (D/R Group) Teen Substance Abuse Intervention Group Sign-ins (Recovery Skills Group) # of Teen Substance Abuse Intervention Groups (Recovery Skills Group) Avg. Attendance at Teen Substance Abuse Intervention Groups (Rec. Skills) Life Skills Education Group Sign-ins # of Life Skills Groups Avg. Attendance at Life Skills Groups Girls Group Sign-ins # of Girls Groups Avg. Attendance at Girls Groups Parent Group Sign-ins # of Parent Groups Avg. Attendance at Parent Groups 2004 2,780 149 18.7 2,043 159 12.8 272 16 17 217 39 6 520 46 11.3 2003 2,293 140 16.4 1,401 134 10.5 x x x 82 24 3 427 44 9.7 2002 2,398 147 16.3 1,435 145 9.9 x x x x x x 616 47 13.1 2001 2000

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES
Activity Title Teen Assessments Adult Assessments # of Adult Substance Abuse Education Classes Zero Tolerance Class Participants Alcohol Highway Safety Education Class Participants Outpatient Clients—Adults 6.3 x x x x x x 544 50 10.9 6.9 x x x x x x 752 49 15.3 Outpatient Client Sessions—Adults Drug Tests done on-site Community Service Hours performed at Teen Center location No Charge Counseling Sessions Community Presentations Phone Calls—annual outgoing only Phone Calls—Avg. Weekly outgoing Phone Calls—Avg. Daily incoming Administrative Meetings Executive Director only 2004 85 30 14 107 29 9 33 2,039 187 46 13 10,343 199 45 153 2003 75 51 19 105 53 11 45 1,526 313 57 25 9,147 175.9 40 166 2002 66 55 24 89 55 14 86 1,378 228 66 24 7,797 149.9 35 157 2001 79 18 24 97 52 5 45 790 357 58 67 6,320 121.5 25 184

1,944 1,513 148 13.1 960 153 100 15.1 1,058 154

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Over 2,000 drug tests were done at BASES in 2004 423 Groups or Classes were conducted at BASES in 2004 In 2004, nearly $50,000 in services to local teens at no cost Teens from 33 different counties in Michigan have benefited from Recovery High Services


				
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