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					Governor’s Commission for a Drug Free Indiana
                 A Division of the




             Comprehensive Community Plan
      County: Whitley

      LCC: Whitley County DFI

      Date Due: January 31, 2011

      Date Submitted: February 5, 2011

       New Plan             Plan Update X




       LCC Contact: Nancy Prickett
       Address: PO Box 449
       City: Columbia City IN 46725
       Phone: 260-609-4309
       Email: Nancy_Prickett@yahoo.com

       County Commissioners: Whitley County Government Center
       Address: 202 W Van Buren Street Suite 103
       City: Columbia City IN 46725
       Zip Code: 46725
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                                    Plan Summary

Mission Statement: To create a drug-free environment in Whitley County through
education in our citizenry, formal assessment of needs, coordination of local and
surrounding area services, strategic use of prevention plans, and incorporation of a
consistent justice plan.

History: Whitley County Drug-Free Indiana Coalition was formed in and has
attempted to include representatives from areas of interests such as youth, parents,
religious, business, media, schools, youth-serving organizations, civil and volunteers
groups, health care professionals, juvenile justice, Office of Family and Children, law
enforcement (City, County, and State), and treatment centers. The coalition works with
these representatives to address substance abuse issues facing Whitley County. Since its
formation, the coalition has held monthly meetings with an average attendance of 37
community members, which includes youth representatives from the three area high
schools. The coalition serves as the recognized Local Coordinating Council (LCC) for the
Governor's Commission for a Drug-Free Indiana. The Coalition operates primarily as a
channeling agency for the distribution of funds to provide for drug and alcohol
prevention, treatment, and law enforcement activities. The Council has been represented
in several community events targeting youth and adults in drug and alcohol prevention.

According to the census, the following data represents the make up of Whitley County,
which is a rural community in Northeast Indiana.
      ey County Demographic Snapshot
Population                                                                              32,504
Households                                                                              13,010
Families                                                                                 7,560
Median Age                                                                                  38.4
Per Capita Income                                                                      $24,248
Median Household Income                                                                $49,996
Average Household Size                                                                      2.48

The largest city in Whitley County is Columbia City. Other communities in the County
include Churubusco, South Whitley, Larwill, and several small unincorporated areas. The
County has three school systems consisting of: Whitley County Consolidated in Columbia
City and the surrounding area; Smith-Green Community Schools in Churubusco, which is
joint with a Noble County township; and Whitko Community Schools in South Whitley,
which includes two townships in Kosciusko County.

Summary of the Comprehensive Community Plan: D-FI identified
three problems to be addressed in the coming year. They are:

           1. Substance abuse among youth and adults continues to be a problem in Whitley
           County (WC).
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      2. There continues to be a high rate of drug and alcohol related criminal activity in
      the county.
      3. Individuals who abuse substances continue to seek affordable
      treatment, yet many people are uninsured or underinsured and lack the financial
      resources to obtain treatment.


A needs assessment was conducted to help determine the problem statements for this
Plan. Key findings of the needs assessments are as follows:

         o 96% are aware of adults in Whitley County who have an alcohol problem.
         o 96% are aware of adults in Whitley County who have a drug problem.
         o 79% are aware of youth in Whitley County who use alcohol and/or have
           alcohol problems.
         o 79% are aware of youth in Whitley County who use drugs.
         o 58% feel that marijuana use can lead to the use of other drugs.
         o On a scale of 1-5 where 1 is “not at all,” 50% scored “Services/treatment for a
           drug or alcohol problem in Whitley County are affordable” either a 1 or 2.
         o 70% felt that youth at least “somewhat” perceived alcohol, tobacco, and drug
           use as harmless.


       Following approval by the Governor’s Commission for a Drug-Free Indiana, D-FI
will work with community organizations to plan and implement programs which address
the problems and objectives identified in the plan. The County Commissioners will have
final approval of funding allocations from the County Drug-Free Communities Fund to
support such programs. Organizations and agencies receiving funding from D-FI will be
required to report their progress and use of funding at the monthly meetings.
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                              Membership List

County LCC Name: Whitley County Drug Free Indiana

#       Name         Organization       Race   Gender        Category
1    Brian
     Anspasch        CCPD               W      M        Law Enforcement
                     Work Release/
2    Marcy Bear      Com Correction     W      F        Justice
3
     Rob Bell        CCHS SADD          W      M        Education
     Kelly
4    Bergman         AWC Boycouts       W      M        Prevention
5    Bill Brice      Sheriff’s Dept     W      M        Law Enforcement
                     Com Correction
6    Vicki Burney    Work Release       W      M        Justice
                     Prosecutor’s
7    Patty Cook      Office             W      F        Justice
     Ruthie          Communities
8    Cooper          that Care          B      F        Other
                     Prosecutor’s
9    Mike Christie   Office             W      M        Justice
10 Mike Engle        Sheriff’s Dept     W      M        Law Enforcement
     Marcus
11   Gatton          Sheriff’s Dept     W      M        Law Enforcement
12   Scott Geist     Sheriff’s Dept     W      M        Law Enforcement
13   Angie Glick     CHS SADD           W      F        Education
     Greg
14   Hockemeyer      Legal Firm         W      M        Business
15   Mark Hodges     Sheriff’s Dept     W      M        Law Enforcement

16   Julie Jensen-   WCSCA& D           W      F        Justice
     Kelley          Com Correction
     Tracey
17   Peterson        Literacy Council   W      F        Other

18   Sean Martin     WC Sheriff         W      M        Law Enforcement


19   Drew Miller     Bowen Center       W      M        Treatment


20 Dale Moser        Pastor             W      M        Religion
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21   Amy Motter      Probation           W   F   Judiciary/Probation


22 Jan Noble         ARC                 W   M   Treatment
     Sharon
23   Persons         Child Services      W   F   Other


24 Krista Pope       YIC                 W   F   Education
     Nancy           LCC
25   Prickett        Coordinator         H   F   Other
     Matt
26   Rentschler      Prosecutor          W   M   Justice
     Kelly           Governor’s
27   Sickafoose      Commission          W   M   Other
                     WSCA&D
28   Jill Snyder     Com Corrections     W   F   Justice
     Jason
29   Spencer         Sheriff’s Dept      W   M   Law Enforcement
     Chip
30   Stephenson      DTF                 W   M   Law Enforcement


31   Chuck Vogely    Sheriff’s Dept      W   M   Law Enforcement
                     Columbia City
32   Andy Weaver     SADD                W   M   Education
     Patty
33   Weybright       Whitko SADD         W   F   Education
34                   After school Ctrl
     Jeff Wike       The Center          W   M   Other
35   Abbey           Columbia City               Youth
     Chambers        SADD                W   F
36                   Columbia City               Youth
     Emily Radke     SADD                W   F
37   Christin        Columbia City               Youth
     Rethlake        SADD                W   F
38   Shelbi          Columbia City               Youth
     Simpkin         SADD                W   F
39   Maddie          Columbia City               Youth
     Pattee          SADD                W   F
40   Julianna        Churubusco                  Youth
     Campbell        SADD                W   F
41   Chantal         Churubusco                  Youth
     Battenberg      SADD                W   F
42                   Churubusco                  Youth
     Shelby Bering   SADD                W   F
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43   Kayla         Churubusco            Youth
     Helfrich      SADD          W   F
44   Amanda        Churubusco            Youth
     Alderfer      SADD          W   F
45                                       Youth
     Sage Sroufe   Whitko SADD   W   F
46                                       Youth
     Zach Jones    Whitko SADD   W   M
47                                       Youth
     Ashley Rudd   Whitko SADD   W   F
48                                       Youth
     CeCe Cherry   Whitko SADD   W   F
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                          Problem Identification

   A. Problem Statement #1: Substance abuse among youth and adults
      continues to be a problem in Whitley County (WC).

B. Supportive Data:

   1. WC Prosecutor’s Office reported from formal juvenile petitions in 2007, 88 case
      filings; 2008, 146 case filings; in 2009, 188 case filings.
   2. WC Probation reported the following numbers of juveniles referred to the
      department:
              2007 – 240
              2008 –184
              2009 - 188
   3. WC Probation reported the following number of juveniles referred to the
      department for drug and/or alcohol use:
              2007 – 54
              2008 - 58
              2009 - 30
   4. Whitley Superior Court Alcohol and Drug Program (WSCADP) reported the
      number of adults in substance abuse programs are as follows: 2007, 520; 2008,
      503; and in 2009, 439.
   5. WSCADP reported the number of indigent adults in substance abuse programs
      are as follows: 2007, 141; 2008, 167; and in 2009, 154.

End of Year 1 Update:
   1. The WC Prosecutor’s office reported 89 formal juvenile petitions filed in 2010.
   2. The WC Probation Dept reported 183 juveniles were referred to the probation
       department.
   3. The WC Probation Department reported that of the 183 juveniles referred 59 were
       referred for drugs and alcohol.
  4. Whitley Superior Court Alcohol and Drug Program (WSCADP) reported 447 adult
      in the substance abuse programs in 2010.
  5. WSCADP reported the number of indigent adults in substance abuse programs
      in 2010 was 204.

End of Year 2 Update:
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Final Update (end of Year 3):
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   2.
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C. Goals:
   1. There will be a reduction of substance abuse referrals among youth and adults by
      10%.

End of Year 1 Annual Benchmarks:
  1. The WC Prosecutor's Office reported a 47% decrease in juvenile petitions in 2010.
  WC Probation Dept.'s number of juveniles referred to their department remained
  fairly consistent with 188 being filed in 2009 and 183 in 2010. WC Probation Dept.'s
  number of juveniles referred to the department for drug and/or alcohol use as
  compared to the total number was 32%, which is 16% greater than last year, but only
  1% greater than 2008. The WSCADP reported that in 2010 there were 8 more adults
  participating in the substance abuse program than in 2009.

End of Year 2 Annual Benmarks:
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Final Report (end of Year 3):
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D. Objectives:

  1. Support alternative activities for youth.
  2. Support prevention and education programs provided through schools and other
      community organizations.
  3. Continue to support alternative education.
  4. Continue to support school based activities.
  5. Support community initiatives and program planning that identify and prevent
     substance abuse problems in youth and adults in WC.

End of Year 1 Update
  1. Provided funding to The Center After-School Central Project Alert curriculum to
     motivate students against drug use, provide skills and strategies to resist drugs,
     and establish new non-use attitudes and beliefs.
  2. Provided funding to Whitko, Columbia City and Churubusco High School SADD
     chapters for in-school drug and alcohol prevention activities.
  3. Provided funding to the Whitley County Literacy Council to assist adults with drug
     and alcohol issues in obtaining their GED.
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   4. Provided funding to local area SADD Chapters for the implementation of a county
      wide student-oriented event known as “The SADD Experience.”
   5. Purchased lunch for all Youth Council members in attendance at monthly D-FI
      meetings. During this meeting, they coordinate the SADD Experience and share
      ideas for how to combat drug and alcohol issues at their respective schools and
      within the community.

End of Year 2 Update:
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Final Update (end of Year 3):
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A. Problem Statement #2: There continues to be a high rate of drug and alcohol
related criminal activity in the county.

B. Supportive Data:
   1. WC Prosecutor’s Office reported the following number of adult OWI arrests:
             2007 – 202
             2008 –199
             2009 –210
 2. WC Prosecutor’s Office reported the following number of adult drug arrests:
             2007 – 99
             2008 – 105
             2009 – 145
   3. WC Prosecutor’s Office reported the following number of public intoxication arrests:
             2007 – 35
             2008 – 32
             2009 – 54
  4. WC Law Enforcement reported the following number of crashes involving drugs
      and/or alcohol: 2007, 23; 2008, 20; 2009, 20.
  5. WC Law Enforcement reported no fatal crashes in 2007 or 2008 involving drugs
      and/or alcohol. There were 2 fatal accidents being reported in 2009 involving drugs
      and/or alcohol.
  6. WC Drug Task Force reported the total number of cases investigated worked;
             2007 - 158
             2008 - 143
             2009 - 64
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   7. WC Prosecutor’s Office reported 83 minor (18-20) in possession of alcohol cases
      filed in 2009.

End of Year 1 Update:
  1. WC Prosecutor’s Office reported 165 OWI arrests in 2010.
  2. WC Prosecutor’s Office reported 184 adult drug cases filed in 2010.
  3. WC Prosecutor’s Office reported 34 public intoxication cases filed in 2010.
  4. WC Law Enforcement reported 6 crashes involving drugs and/or alcohol.
  5. WC Law Enforcement reported no fatal crashes in 2010 involving drugs and/or
     alcohol.
  6. WC Drug Task Force reported 161 total cases filed. Of those cases 133 were over
     purchase of pseudoephedrine cases; 18 meth labs; 32 meth lab dumps; 7 dealing or
     possession of marijuana; 4 thefts; 3 paraphernalia; 3 prescription frauds; 2 dealing
     or possession of a Controlled Substance I, II, III or IV, 1 dealing a legend drug and
     1 minor in possession of alcohol.
  7. WC Prosecutor’s Office reported 79 minor (18-20) in possession of alcohol cases
     were filed in 2010.

End of Year 2 Update
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Final Update (end of Year 3):
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C. Goals:

  1. There will be a 10% increase in arrests for drug-related crimes.
  2. There will be a 10% increase in arrests for alcohol-related crimes.

End of Year 1 Annual Benchmarks:
     1. The WC Prosecutor’s Office reported an increase of 21% in drug arrests when
        compared to 2009. WC Drug Task Force reported a substantial increase in
        cases filed in 2010 (161) when compared to 2009 (64). However, restructuring
        took place in 2009. The 2010 number of cases filed are similar to that of 2008
        (143) and 2007 (158), but still represent an increase.
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      2. The WC Prosecutor's Office reported a decrease of 39 cases involving OWI
         arrests. WC Prosecutor’s Office report minor (18-20) in possession of alcohol
         cases remain consistent in 2009 and 2010. The WC Prosecutor’s Office reported
         20 less public intoxication arrests than in 2009.


End of Year 2 Annual Benchmarks:
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Final Report (end of Year 3):
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D. Objectives:

  1. Support jail programs.
  2. Continue to support efforts of the Whitley County Work Release Center.
  3. Support local law enforcement agencies in addressing drug and alcohol
     offenses.
  4. Support local judicial agencies in addressing drug and alcohol offenses.

End of Year 1 Update:
    1. Provided funding to the Whitley County Literacy Council to assist in the
    preparation for individuals incarcerated in the WC Jail to help obtain their GED.
    2. Provided funding for programming fees for assessments, MRT & cognitive
    behavioral program at the Whitley County Work Release Center.
    3. Provided funding to Whitley County Sheriff's Department in an effort to monitor
    illegal drug activity from a remote location through the use of a web-based
    surveillance camera.
    4. Provided funding to the WC Sheriff Department's K-9 Unit to help combat drug
    offenses, and intercept narcotic shipments and distributors. Provided funding to the
    Drug Task Force to help combat drug offenses.
    5. Provided funding to the Whitley Superior County Alcohol/Drug Program for
    Prime for Life workbooks and Change Company journals.

End of Year 2 Update:
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Final Update (end of Year 3):
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  4.
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A. Problem Statement #3: Individuals who abuse substances continue to
seek affordable treatment, yet many people are uninsured or underinsured
and lack the financial resources to obtain treatment.

B. Supportive Data:
  1. The Bowen Center Treatment Facility reported that adults in the substance abuse
       program in 2007, 149; 2008, 103; 2009, 118.
  2. The Bowen Center Treatment Facility reported that juveniles in the substance abuse
      program in 2007, 149; 2008, 49; 2009, 69.
  3. The Addictions Recovery Center reported that in 2007, 39; 2008, 33; and in 2009
      26 clients were enrolled in substance abuse programs.
  4. The Lighthouse Homeless Shelter reported the number of adults in the substance
      abuse program in 2007, 60; 2008 32; 2009, 57.
  5. The Bowen Center Treatment Facility reported that 97 individuals reported
      being at 100% of the poverty level, 32 at 150% poverty, 17 at 200% poverty and 41
      were below 200% of the poverty level in 2009.
   6. The Addictions Recovery Center reported reported that in 2009, of the 26 clients in
       substance abuse programs, 11 of them indicated they were unemployed with no
       income, and 18 of them were below 200% of poverty level.
   7. The Lighthouse Homeless Shelter reported that of the 57 adults served in 2009, 37
      reported being 200% below the poverty level.

End of Year 1 Update:
  1. The Bowen Center Treatment facility reported 132 adults participated in the
      substance abuse program in 2010.
  2. The Bowen Center Treatment Facility reported 21 juveniles participated in the
      substance abuse programs.
  3. The Addictions Recovery Center reported 34 individuals were enrolled in the
      program in 2010.
  4. The Lighthouse Homeless Shelter reported the number of adults in the substance
     abuse program in 2010 was 16.
  5. The Bowen Center Treatment Facility reported that 85 individuals reported being
     at 100% of the poverty level, 27 at 150% poverty, 17 at 200% poverty and 24
     reported being below 200% of the poverty level in 2010.
  6. The Addictions Recovery Center reported that of the 34 individuals enrolled in the
      program in 2010, 9 (26%) indicated they had no income and 24 (71%) were at or
      below 200% of the poverty level.
  7. The Lighthouse Homeless Shelter reported that all 16 (100%) adults who
     participated in the substance abuse program in 2010 were over 200% below
     poverty level.

End of Year 2Update :
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   1.
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Final Update (end of Year 3):
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C. Goals:

      1. The number of adults in substance abuse treatment will increase by 10%.
Update: The number of adults in substance abuse treatment will increase by 15%.

End of Year 1 Annual Benchmarks:
   1. There was an increase in the number of adults in substance abuse treatment
programs at treatment facilities in 2010, about 10% for Bowen Center and about a 23%
increase for ARC. Since we met our goal, we will increase the percentage to 15%.


End of Year 2 Annual Benmarks:
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Final Report (end of Year 3):
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D. Objectives:

 1. Continue to support effective outcome-based treatment initiatives.
 2. Support community initiatives related to housing individuals with drug
    and alcohol related problems.
 3. Support programs that provide treatment services to the financially
    disadvantaged.
 4. Support AA and NA
 5. Support treatment of incarcerated individuals.
 6. Raise awareness of the treatment services available in Whitley County.

End of Year 1 Update:
  1. Provided funding to Bowen Center and ARC for treatment of substance abuse for
     adults and juveniles who are unable to pay for such treatment. They use outcome-
     based treatment programs.
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 2. A committee was formed to determine what could be done for the community, but
    have not yet reported their findings.
 3. Provided funding to the Bowen Center for substance abuse counseling to individuals
    who are unable to pay for such treatment. Provide funding to ARC for substance
    abuse programs for adults and juveniles who are at or below 150% of the poverty
    level.
 4. ARC is providing NA meetings.
 5. Treatment of incarcerated individuals is not taking place at this time.
 6. Bowen Center provides brochures in the area and provides them at area fairs.

End of Year 2 Update:
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Final Update (end of Year 3):
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Please attach the County’s Fiscal Report for review!


Next Annual Update Due: 01/2012

Next Comprehensive Community Plan Due: 01/2013

Date of Community Consultant Review:

Disclaimer:

You agree that the information provided within this Plan is subject to the following Terms
and Conditions. These Terms and Conditions may be modified at any time and from time
to time; the date of the most recent changes or revisions will be established by the
Commission and sent electronically to all Local Coordinating Councils.

Terms and Conditions:

The information and data provided is presented as factual and accurate. I hereby
acknowledge that I can be asked to submit proper documentation regarding the data
submitted within the Plan. Failure to do so could result in a “denied approval” by the
Commission under IC 5-2-6-16.

The Local Drug Free Communities Fund must be spent according to the goals identified
within the plan. I hereby acknowledge that I can be asked to submit proper
documentation regarding funds that are collected, allocated, and disbursed within the
county. Failure to do so could result in a “denied approval” by the Commission under IC
5-2-6-16.


                                         Initials: NP
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                  Whitley County
 LOCAL DRUG FREE COMMUNITIES FUND INFORMATION
(1)        Amount deposited into the drug-free communities fund during the most
      recent, complete calendar year, per the County Auditor:

             The Whitley County Auditor’s office deposited $52,318.47 into the LCC’s
              Drug-Free Community Fund from fees collected last calendar year, 2010.
              Please note the grants were based on $45,000.00, the amount collected in our
              fiscal year.

             $-0- rolled over from unused funds from the previous years.

             $45,000.00 is the total amount available for programs and administrative
              costs for the upcoming calendar year.

             $11,250.00 was approved for administrative costs leaving $33,750.00 available
              for the upcoming year for programming.

(2)        Funding approval by category, including a brief description of the purpose
      of the grant funding:

               APPLICANT/PROJECT &                          AMOUNT          AMOUNT
              PROGRAM DESCRIPTION                          REQUESTED        GRANTED
Prevention/Education
WHITKO HIGH SCHOOL S.A.D.D. National SADD                  $ 5,.000.00      $ 2,000.00
convention registration and lodging.
 W.C. LITERACY COUNCIL Provide GED prep,                   $ 4,000.00       $ 1,250.00
services and curriculum for adults with substance abuse
issues.
COLUMBIA CITY HIGH SCHOOL S.A.D.D. Provide                 $ 1,500.00       $ 1,000.00
student led education to raise the awareness among peers
about the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
ANTHONY WAYNE CENTRAL BOY SCOUTS                           $ 2,000.00       $ -0-
Provide education about the dangers of drugs and alcohol
and other destructive decisions.
CHURUBUSCO S.A.D.D. Provide education and                  $ 1,200.00       $ 1,000.00
awareness activities to promote “you are not alone in
saying NO to drugs.”
AFTER SCHOOL CENTRAL A safe, supervised after-             $ 4,500.00       $ 3,500.00
school program designed for enrichment, education and
recreation, providing Project Alert curriculum.
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ALTERNATIVE LEARNING PROGRAM Provide an
alternative education in a positive and supportive
atmosphere. Purchase stationary exercise machines and
sports equipment and gear.                                    $ 2,642.00         $ -0-
SADD EXPERIENCE A county wide event targeted at
students in grades 8-12 to have a fun night out with
rides and games and let them know that you don’t
need drugs and alcohol to have fun.                           $ 2,500.00         $ 2,500.00
                                            TOTAL(S)          $23,342.00         $11,250.00
                                                                AMOUNT            AMOUNT
                                                              REQUESTED          GRANTED
Treatment/Intervention
ADDICTIONS RECOVERY CENTER Provide                            $ 4,155.00         $ 2,598.40
financial assistance for treatment services for individuals
that are at or below 150%poverty.
BOWEN CENTER Provide substance abuse treatment for            $ 4,000.00         $ 2,598.40
the indigent.
WORK RELEASE PROGRAM Programming fees for                     $ 5,047.00         $ 2,598.40
assessments, MRT & cognitive behavioral program.
WHITLEY SUPERIOR COURT ALCOHOL/DRUG                           $ 3,454.80         $ 3,454.80
PROGRAM Prime for Life workbooks for 132 clients
and Change Company Journals for 84 clients.
                                         TOTAL(S)             $16,656.80         $11,250.00
                                                                AMOUNT           AMOUNT
Criminal Justice Services                                     REQUESTED          GRANTED
DRUG TASK FORCE Controlled buy money to decrease              $ 6,000.00         $ 4,200.00
the amount of drugs circulating in the County.
WHITLEY COUNTY K-9 UNIT NARC training bags,                   $ 3,334.80         $ 2,970.00
aggression training suit, dog food and roadside tool
kit/search kit.
WHITLEY COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT                           $ 4,080.00         $ 4,080.00
Web-based covert surveillance camera & Data SIM annual
plan
                                              TOTAL(S)        $13,414.80         $11,250.00

(3)       Total amount of dollars approved (including previous annual deposit and all
      unused/rolled over dollars) and dollars awarded (percentages included):

      CATEGORY                Percentage of         Dollars          Percentage of         Dollars
                                 Dollars           Approved         Dollars Approved      Awarded
                               Approved
Prevention/Education              25%         $11,250.00                   25%           $11,250.00

Treatment/Intervention            25%         $11,250.00                   25%           $11,250.00
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Criminal Justice Services       25%        $11,250.00                  25%       $11,250.00

Administrative                  25%        $11,250.00                  25%       $11,250.00

TOTAL(S)                       100%        $45,000.00              100%          $45,000.00


(4)        Describe the grant process and requirements for the grantees:

        A finance committee is comprised of volunteer board members. Applications
        are reviewed by this committee and a recommendation is made to the full
        coalition. A finance committee member explains the recommendations and the
        coalition votes.

        All applicants must attend 6 meetings throughout the funding year, provide a 5-10
        minute oral program report, complete written reports, and provide statistics and
        objective updates for the Comprehensive Community Plan.


(5)        Provide administrative expenses (be specific):

                                EXPENSE                                      COST
       Coordinator’s Salary                                                    $8,000.00
       Conference Registration                                                   $60.00
       Student Lunches                                                  $         552.00
       Post Office Box                                                  $         100.00
       Ice Carving                                                      $         175.00
       Year Book Ad                                                     $         125.00
       Website development and maintenance, and other projects                 $2,238.00
                                                            TOTAL(S)          $11,250.00

(6)        Provide summary explanation of amount of any unused dollars from
      previous years:
               n/a

(7)        Additional Comments:
             n/a

				
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