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




             Comprehensive Community Plan
     County: Floyd

     LCC: Floyd County ATOD Task Force

     Date Due: October 2010

     Date Submitted: 10/22/10

     New Plan           Plan Update   X




     LCC Contact: Connie S. Keith, CPP
     Address: P.O. Box 331
     City: New Albany, IN 47151
     Phone: 502.445-1941
     Email: floydcountylcc@sbcglobal.net

     County Commissioners: Floyd County Commissioners
     Address: Room 214 City County Building
     City: New Albany
     Zip Code: 47150
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                                 Plan Summary

Mission Statement: The mission of the ATOD Task Force is to provide an
organization through which the community can plan and implement efforts to address the
problems of substance abuse and dependency in the Floyd County community.

History: The Floyd County Community Education Council founded the Task
Force/LCC in 1983 as a response to a community survey, which indicated that alcohol and
other drugs made up six of the top ten concerns of citizens.

Over the last 25 years, the LCC has provided community education as well as participated
in prevention/education, treatment/intervention and law enforcement/justice initiatives,
in collabration with numerous community agencies and/or organizations. Through the
grant process from the drug free community fund collections, agencies can receive
funding to help implement programs that address substance abuse.

The LCC has a coordinator who is a Certified Prevention Professional.

 The LCC works collaboratively with the Floyd County Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Coalition, which allows a more comprehensive approach in addressing tobacco and
environmental smoke issues. In 2007, the State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup
identified Floyd County as ranking in the top ten of the communities identified as “high
need” for alcohol-related SPF- SIG funding. The rankings of communities were based on
six indicators from the 2004 Uniform Crime Reports: 1) number of alcohol-related fatal
auto accidents; 2) the rate of alcohol-related fatal auto accidents; 3) number of alcohol-
related crashes; 4) rate of alcohol-related crashes; 5) number of arrests for public
intoxication; and 6) rate of public intoxication arrests. The LCC partnered with Our Place
Drug and Alcohol Education Services to write the SPF-SIG grant. Floyd County received
that grant in October 2008.

General County Information: Floyd County is a suburban community that is
considered a bedroom community of Louisville, Kentucky, a major metropolitan area.
Floyd County’s population of approximately 72,570 consists of 92.8% white, 5% black and
1.5% Hispanic (US Census 2006). In recent years, there has been a steady increase in the
Hispanic population. According to Kids Count in Indiana 2006, there are approximately
4,800 youth aged 15 to 19 in Floyd County. According to US Census Data, the under 18
year old population accounts for approximately 24% of the total population. Median
household income for Floyd County is $47,243. However, income rates for those living in
outer lying areas of the county are much higher than those living in the city of New
Albany, which has one of the largest subsidized housing complexes in the state.
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Summary of the Comprehensive Community Plan:

Planning for the 2008, Comprehensive Community Plan included a Community Forum
Luncheon that involved training on the SPF process, as well as the development of the
problem statements and brainstorming a list of possible objectives. A sub-committee was
formed that finalized the objectives and assisted in gathering supportive data. Invitations
were sent to numerous social service professionals, community leaders, law enforcement
and justice personnel, local elected officials, Floyd County Step Ahead Council members,
school corporation personnel, healthcare professionals, and individuals with interest in
alcohol, tobacco and other drug issues. A public notice was also placed in the local
newspaper.

The LCC identified 3 significant problems to be addressed within the Comprehensive
Community Plan:
(1) Youth use and adults abuse alcohol in Floyd County
(2) Youth and adults use marijuana in Floyd County
(3) Youth and adults misuse and abuse prescription drugs in Floyd County

Following approval by the State Commission, the LCC will work with community
organizations to plan and implement programs, which address the problem statements
and objectives identified in the plan. The objectives outlined in the following plan are
feasible and important in addressing alcohol, tobacco and other abuse related issues
within this community.

The new plan will be the framework to structure how the county DFCF will be allocated to
community organizations.

The new plan reflects efforts to be undertaken by both the LCC and the community at
large.
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                              Membership List

County LCC Name: Floyd County ATOD Task Force
#     Name       Organization      Race       Gender          Category
1    Nancy Morton        Brandon's House      Caucasian   F    Treatment
2      Kurt Fetz          Floyd Tobacco       Caucasian   M    Non Profit
                       Prevention/Cessation
3    Amy Schendiau        Clark Co. Youth     Caucasian   F      Youth
                              Shelter
4    Laura Fleming-       Clark Co. Youth     Caucasian   F      Youth
        Balmer                Shelter
5      Liz Hattab           Counseling        Caucasian   F    Treatment
                          Mediation Ctr.
6     Don Harshey           Community         Caucasian   M   Judiciary
                            Corrections
7    Rick Applegate     FC Adult Probation    Caucasian   M   Judiciary

8      Steve Bush       FC Commissioner       Caucasian   M       Local
                                                               Government
9         Keith           FC Prosecutor        Other      M   Judiciary
       Henderson
10     Frank Loop       FC Sheriff's Office   Caucasian   M       Law
                                                              Enforcement
11   Jackie Estephan    Juvenile Probation      Other     F      Youth
12      Bob Allen              4-H            Caucasian   M      Civic
                                                              Organization
13    Janna Hocker         Governor's         Caucasian   F   Government
                          Commission
14     Christine           Interfaith         Caucasian   F     Religion
       Harbson         Community Council
15    Vince Klein      NAFC School Corp.      Caucasian   M    Education
16    Angie Silver     NAFC School Corp.        Other     F    Education
17    Steve Harris           NAPD             Caucasian   M       Law
                                                              Enforcement
18    MeriBeth          Our Place Drug &      Caucasian   F    Treatment
    Adams-Wolf             Alcohol Ed.
19     Danny            Our Place Drug &      Caucasian   M    Treatment
     Fergerson             Alcohol Ed.
20 Danielle Archer      Special Olympics      Caucasian   F    Non Profit
21 Mary Ann Sodrel        Business and        Caucasian   F      Civic
                       Professional Women
22   Jamey Abersold       Abersold Jazz       Caucasian   M     Business
23    Scott Johnson      YMCA of So. IN       Caucasian   M    Non Profit
24    Connie Keith       LCC Coordinator      Caucasian   F    Non Profit
25     Doug Drake      Personal Counseling    Caucasian   M    Treatment
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26   Glenn Hancock          Floyd County        Caucasian    M          Judiciary
                          Superior 2 Judge
27     Chris Rowe             Probation         Caucasian    M          Judiciary
28   Barbara Sillings       Business and        Caucasian    F            Civic
                        Professional Women
29   Doug Drake         Personal Counseling     Caucasian    M          Treatment
30    Chris Lane          Lane Law Office       Caucasian    M           Business
31 Jennifer Roberts        Youth Services       Caucasian    F            Youth
                           New Directions
32 Krystal Angevine       Floyd Memorial        Caucasian     F         Medicine
                              Hospital
33    Liz Ferguson       Family & Children      Caucasian     F         Non Profit
                                First
34      Daraius           Floyd Superior 2       Other       M          Judiciary
        Randelia        Professional Services
35    George Shultz      FC Sheriff's Office    Caucasian    M             Law
                                                                       Enforcement
36    Megan Hardin          Floyd Central       Caucasian     F          Student
                            High School
37      Ben Bezy        Faithpoint Methodist    Caucasian    M           Religion
                               Church
38     John Taylor       Family & Children      Caucasian    M          Non Profit
                                First
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                          Problem Identification

A. Problem Statement #1:

In Floyd County youth use and adults abuse alcohol.

B. Supportive Data:

Prevention/Education
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade Monthly use prevalence rate for Alcohol:
     NAFC School Corporation 33.1 %, which is higher than the neighboring
     county, Greater Clark County Schools 33%, and higher than the State Rate
     28.4%
   Daily and Special Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs - 10th grade Binge
     Drinking prevalence rate: NAFC School Corporation 22.8 %, which is lower
     than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 24.7% and
     higher than the State Rate 19.5%
   Indiana Department of Education 07/08 expulsions and suspensions, due to
     alcohol, drugs, and/or weapons for New Albany-Floyd County School Corporation:
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     Floyd Central High School               17
     New Albany High School                  29
     Hazelwood Middle School                 12
     Highland Hills Middle School            6
     Scribner Middle School                  5
     Total for NAFC School Corporation: 69
    Afternoons Rock- Served 292 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
     Students-DSA 14 which includes Floyd County, pre and posttest indicate the
     following:                        Pretest n=1114      Posttest n=918
     Monthly Alcohol Use               8.35%               5.23%
     Monthly Alcohol/ 4-5 drinks 0.99%                     0.65%
Treatment/Intervention
    Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
     89 Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not have
     data broken down by specific substances
    Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
    Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
     services to 530 Floyd County residents
    Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 18 Youth and 11 Adults from
     Southern Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program and 90
     Individuals in their 10-Week Individual and Family Drug and Alcohol Education
     Program-22 of those referrals were alcohol specific
Law Enforcement/Justice
    FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2005, there were 702 driving under the influence
     of alcohol- 1 juvenile, and 375 drunkenness arrests-2 juveniles, in Floyd
     County*2006 Data N/A
    2008 Indiana Traffic Safety Facts Report-2007 Total Drivers in Alcohol
     Related Collisions-240 and 5 Alcohol Related Fatalities
    Indiana State Police 2007 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: DUI Arrests:
     2007-407

General County Information
According to the IPRC-Floyd County Profile: Alcohol Sales Outlets Rate per 1,000
Person:      2006- Floyd County 1.6           Indiana 1.7

Annual Alcohol Spending per Household:
Floyd County 515     Indiana 501     U.S. 545



End of Year 1 Update:
 1. Prevention/Education
   2009 IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade Monthly use prevalence rate for Alcohol:
     NAFC School Corporation 32.2 %, which is a decrease of 0.9 %, and the same
     rate as Greater Clark County Schools 32.2%, the neighboring county, and
     higher than the State Rate 27.3%
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      2009 Daily and Special Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs - 10th grade
       Binge Drinking prevalence rate: NAFC School Corporation 20.6%, which is a
       decrease of 2.2%, and is higer than the neighboring county, Greater Clark
       County Schools 20.1% and higher than the State Rate 19.2%
      School Expulsions—New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School
       Corporation
                     2004-2005   2005-2006   2006-2007   2007-2008
       Total            125         147         148          133
       Alcohol          n/a          7           3            1
       Drugs            n/a          32          28          22
      Afternoons Rock- Served 290 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
       Students-DSA 14 - Floyd County, pre and posttest indicate the following:
                                       Pretest n=454         Posttest n=454
       Monthly Alcohol Use                    11.2%                0%
       Preception of Harm/ 4-5 drinks
       Once or twice each weekend             82.7%                98.5%

  2.   Treatment/Intervention
      Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
       Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not have data
       broken down by specific substances
      Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
      Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
       services to 530 Floyd County residents*these are 08 numbers that I
       included in the revisions to the CCP in January
      Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from
       Southern Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program
      Bliss House had 39 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
       Abuse Program

 3.    Law Enforcement/Justice
      FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2006, there were 714 driving under the influence
       of alcohol, and 385 drunkenness arrests-5 juveniles, in Floyd
       County*2007 Data N/A
    Alcohol Related Arrests, 2007—Floyd County Sheriff’s Department
             2007             18-24             25-65+        Race (Of those Reported)
       Offense            Male Female        Male Female White Black Hispanic
       DUI                 70       23       235       64      36      26        26
       Liquor Laws         29        6        0         0      30       5         1
       Drunkenness         32        9       109       34      17       7        14
    Alcohol Related Arrests, 2007—New Albany Police Department
    2007        Under 18*           18-24            25-65+             Race (Of those
                                                                          Reported)
Offense        Male Female     Male     Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
DUI             2       0        23       12      108      37       15      20       n/a
Liquor Laws     8       5        22        3       1        0       22       4       n/a
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Drunkenness      0         0         19         7        80           23   11   8   n/a
      *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—15 white
   
     2007 Alcohol Related Cases Reported from Prosecutor’s Office
    2007                                 Total      Dismissed Guilty Pending
                                         Cases
    OWI w/ ACE of .08 or more—           143        33           43     67
    Misdemeanor, Class C
    OWI w/ACE of .15 or more—            198        39           64     94
    Misdemeanor, Class A
    OWI—Misdemeanor, Class C             74         19           10     45
    OWI—Felony, Class D                  70         9            15     46
    2009 Indiana Traffic Safety Facts Report-2008 Total Drivers in Alcohol
     Related Collisions-147 and 2 Alcohol Related Fatalities
    Indiana State Police 2008 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: DUI Arrests:
     2008-629


End of Year 2 Update:
 1. Prevention/Education
   2010 IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade Monthly use prevalence rate for Alcohol:
     NAFC School Corporation 37.2 %, which is an increase of 5.0 %, and higher
     than the same rate as Greater Clark County Schools 32.0%, the neighboring
     county, and higher than the State Rate 30.3%
   2010 Daily and Special Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs - 10th grade
     Binge Drinking prevalence rate: NAFC School Corporation 24.0%, which is
     an increase of 3.4%, and is higher than the neighboring county, Greater Clark
     County Schools 22.0% and higher than the State Rate 18.7%
   According to Kids Count 2008, in 2007 there were 5,081 total suspensions and
     expulsions. This is aggregate data so no details are available
   Charges from Probation Department
                                       2007                2008-February, 2009
         Minor Possession              19                  23
         Minor Consumption             16                  17
         Public Intoxication           None reported       10
         Illegal Consumption           3                   3
   Indiana University Southeast is a regional campus of the Indiana University
     System. In fall, 2008, they opened residential lodges to house 400 students. In
     2006 two alcohol violations were reported on campus according to campus police.
     In 2009, 20 alcohol violations were reported on campus in student housing.
   Afternoons Rock- Served 307 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
     Students-DSA 14

  2.   Treatment/Intervention
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      Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
       104 New Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not
       have data broken down by specific substances
      Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Anon meeting each week
      Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
       services to 1726 Floyd County residents
      Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 16 Youth and 57 Adults from Floyd
       County in their Early Intervention Program
      Bliss House had 26 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
       Abuse Program

 3.    Law Enforcement/Justice

      Floyd County Alcohol Related Arrests:

      2008—Floyd County Sheriff’s Department
             2008            18-24             25-65+    Race (Of those Reported)
       Offense          Male Female        Male Female White Black Hispanic
       DUI                77        21      267       73  40      30       29
       Liquor Laws        55        11       0         0  64       2        2
       Drunkenness        28         5      106       24  15      13       10

2008—New Albany Police Department
   2008      Under 18*          18-24                 25-65+               Race (Of those
                                                                             Reported)
Offense      Male Female        Male     Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
DUI            1       0          31         6       94      32        14      17       n/a
Liquor Laws    9       5          42        10        0       0        49       3       n/a
Drunkenness    1       0          23         6       78      18        11      11       n/a
    Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—12 white, 2 black, 1 Hispanic

   2008 Alcohol Related Cases Reported from Prosecutor’s Office
     2008                                 Total      Dismissed      Guilty Pending
                                          Cases
     OWI w/ ACE of .08 or more—           180        8              17      155
     Misdemeanor, Class C
     OWI w/ACE of .15 or more—            217        18             18      181
     Misdemeanor, Class A
     OWI— Misdemeanor, Class C            102        13             2       87
     OWI—Felony, Class D                  89         4              6       79


      Indiana Traffic Safety Facts Report-2009 Total Drivers in Alcohol Related
       Collisions-136 and 0 Alcohol Related Fatalities
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        Indiana State Police 2009 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: DUI Arrests:
         2008-896


Final Update (end of Year 3):
  1.
  2.
  3.
  4.
  5.


C. Goals:

1. Fewer youth and adults will use and/or abuse alcohol, and fewer problems related to
alcohol will be seen in the community. This will be measured by monitoring the baseline
supportive data as well as the annual benchmarks and documenting the change in rates.


End of Year 1 Annual Benchmarks:

     1. Prevention/Education
      2009 IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade Monthly use prevalence rate for Alcohol:
        NAFC School Corporation 32.2 %, which is a decrease of 0.9 %, and the same
        rate as Greater Clark County Schools 32.2%, the neighboring county, and
        higher than the State Rate 27.3%
      2009 Daily and Special Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs - 10th grade
        Binge Drinking prevalence rate: NAFC School Corporation 20.6%, which is a
        decrease of 2.2%, and is higer than the neighboring county, Greater Clark
        County Schools 20.1% and higher than the State Rate 19.2%
      School Expulsions—New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School
        Corporation
                                2004-           2005-           2006-            2007-
                                  2005             2006             2007              2008
              Total              125             147             148              133
              Alcohol            n/a               7               3                1
              Drugs              n/a              32              28               22
        Afternoons Rock- Served 290 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
         Students-DSA 14 - Floyd County, pre and posttest indicate the following:
                                         Pretest n=454         Posttest n=454
            o Monthly Alcohol Use                      11.2%                 0%
            o Preception of Harm/ 4-5 drinks
            o Once or twice each weekend               82.7%                 98.5%


2.       Treatment/Intervention
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        Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
         Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not have data
         broken down by specific substances
        Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
        Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
         services to 530 Floyd County residents
        Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from
         Southern Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program
        Bliss House had 39 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
         Abuse Program

3.     Law Enforcement/Justice
      FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2006, there were 714 driving under the influence
       of alcohol, and 385 drunkenness arrests-5 juveniles, in Floyd
       County*2007 Data N/A
      Alcohol Related Arrests, 2007—Floyd County Sheriff’s Department
             2007           18-24            25-65+      Race (Of those Reported)
       Offense          Male Female      Male Female White Black Hispanic
       DUI               70       23      235       64     36     26       26
       Liquor Laws       29        6       0         0     30      5        1
       Drunkenness       32        9      109       34     17      7       14

    Alcohol Related Arrests, 2007—New Albany Police Department
    2007     Under 18*        18-24          25-65+      Race (Of those
                                                           Reported)
Offense     Male Female  Male     Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
DUI          2       0     23       12   108       37 15     20       n/a
Liquor Laws  8       5     22        3     1        0 22      4       n/a
Drunkenness  0       0     19        7    80       23 11      8       n/a
        *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—15 white
       2007 Alcohol Related Cases Reported from Prosecutor’s Office
      2007                                 Total      Dismissed Guilty Pending
                                           Cases
      OWI w/ ACE of .08 or more—           143        33           43     67
      Misdemeanor, Class C
      OWI w/ACE of .15 or more—            198        39           64     94
      Misdemeanor, Class A
      OWI—Misdemeanor, Class C             74         19           10     45
      OWI—Felony, Class D                  70         9            15     46
      2009 Indiana Traffic Safety Facts Report-2008 Total Drivers in Alcohol
       Related Collisions-147 and 2 Alcohol Related Fatalities
      Indiana State Police 2008 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: DUI Arrests:
       2008-629
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End of Year 2 Annual Benchmarks:

1.        Prevention/Education
         2010 IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade Monthly use prevalence rate for Alcohol:
          NAFC School Corporation 37.2 %, which is an increase of 5.0 %, and higher
          than the same rate as Greater Clark County Schools 32.0%, the neighboring
          county, and higher than the State Rate 30.3%
         2010 Daily and Special Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs - 10th grade
          Binge Drinking prevalence rate: NAFC School Corporation 24.0%, which is
          an increase of 3.4%, and is higer than the neighboring county, Greater Clark
          County Schools 22.0% and higher than the State Rate 18.7%
         According to Kids Count 2008, in 2007 there were 5,081 total suspensions and
          expulsions. This is aggregate data, so no details are available
          Charges from Probation Department
                                            2007                2008-February, 2009
              Minor Possession              19                  23
              Minor Consumption             16                  17
              Public Intoxication           None reported       10
              Illegal Consumption           3                   3
         Indiana University Southeast is a regional campus of the Indiana University
          System. In fall, 2008, they opened residential lodges to house 400 students. In
          2006 two alcohol violations were reported on campus according to campus police.
          In 2009, 20 alcohol violations were reported on campus in student housing.
         Afternoons Rock- Served 307 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
          Students-DSA 14

     2.   Treatment/Intervention
         Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
          104 New Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not
          have data broken down by specific substances
         Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
         Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
          services to 1726 Floyd County residents
         Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 16 Youth and 57 Adults from Floyd
          County in their Early Intervention Program
         Bliss House had 26 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
          Abuse Program

 3.       Law Enforcement/Justice

         Floyd County Alcohol Related Arrests:

         2008—Floyd County Sheriff’s Department
              2008              18-24            25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
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        Offense           Male    Female     Male    Female White Black       Hispanic
        DUI                77       21       267       73    40    30            29
        Liquor Laws        55       11        0         0    64     2             2
        Drunkenness        28        5       106       24    15    13            10

2008—New Albany Police Department
   2008      Under 18*          18-24                 25-65+               Race (Of those
                                                                             Reported)
Offense      Male Female        Male     Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
DUI            1       0          31         6       94      32        14      17       n/a
Liquor Laws    9       5          42        10        0       0        49       3       n/a
Drunkenness    1       0          23         6       78      18        11      11       n/a
    Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—12 white, 2 black, 1 Hispanic

   2008 Alcohol Related Cases Reported from Prosecutor’s Office
     2008                                 Total      Dismissed      Guilty Pending
                                          Cases
     OWI w/ ACE of .08 or more—           180        8              17      155
     Misdemeanor, Class C
     OWI w/ACE of .15 or more—            217        18             18      181
     Misdemeanor, Class A
     OWI— Misdemeanor, Class C            102        13             2       87
     OWI—Felony, Class D                  89         4              6       79


       Indiana Traffic Safety Facts Report-2009 Total Drivers in Alcohol Related
        Collisions-136 and 0 Alcohol Related Fatalities
       Indiana State Police 2009 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: DUI Arrests:
        2008-896


Final Report (end of Year 3):

   1.
   2.
   3.

D. Objectives:

  1. Prevention and Education
   A. Improve and increase prevention/education programs provided by the schools
     and other community organizations with an emphasis on proven prevention
     strategies and curriculum
   B. Continue to support after school and summer programs for all children and
     youth
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     C. Increase general public awareness of local issues related to alcohol use, as well as
      efforts and programs to reduce alcohol use and/or abuse abuse in our community
     D. Address the issue of binge drinking and alcohol consumption by minors
     E. Implement a social norms education campaign within the community
     F. Reduce access to alcohol by working with alcohol providers to card, to limit
      alcohol marketing, and to educate parents about the consequences of hosting
      parties, and/or the problems associated with the accessibility of alcohol in the home
     G. Recruit and train new LCC members with an emphasis on youth involvement
     H. Increase protective factors in an effort to promote healthy behaviors among
      youth

 2. Treatment and Intervention
  A. Continue to support affordable, effective, treatment programs/services,
    provided by credentialed professionals
  B. Identify adults and youth with addictions earlier and refer those individuals to
    treatment
  C. Create a resource guide for law enforcement, physicians, and other agencies, that
    outlines the treatment and intervention options that can be used as a resource
    referral, to distribute to those in need of services
  D. Continue to advocate and support intervention programs for youth and families

 3. Law Enforcement and Justice
  A. Advocate and support appropriate training and programs for local police officers
    and justice agencies to address crimes that involve and/or are alcohol related
  B. Continue to advocate and support the School Resource Officers and program
  C. Continue to advocate and support aggressive enforcement of imparied drivers
    through saturation partrols and DUI roadblocks
  D. Continue to advocate for clear consistent consequences for all offenders


End of Year 1 Update:
    Prevention and Education
   2009 IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade Monthly use prevalence rate for Alcohol:
    NAFC School Corporation 32.2 %, which is a decrease of 0.9 %,
   2009 Daily and Special Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs - 10th grade
    Binge Drinking prevalence rate: NAFC School Corporation 20.6%, which is a
    decrease of 2.2%,
   Over 1,2oo Elementary Students participted in BABES, Beginning Alcohol
    Addiction Basic Education Studies, primary prevention program
   The LCC has provided funding for 8 Prevention/Education and/or After
    School/Summer programs
   The LCC and Our Place Drug and Alcohol Education Services formed a
    partnership, and was awarded the grant the SPF-SIG Grant, to address the
    issue of binge drinking and alcohol consumption, and during the second funding
    cycle
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 
    Alcohol Related to Underage Drinking Problems—Floyd County Key Informant
     Survey




     Treatment and Intervention
    The LCC has provided funding for 10 Treatment and Intervention programs
    Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
     Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not have data
     broken down by specific substances
    Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
    Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
     services to 530 Floyd County residents
    Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from Southern
     Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program
    Bliss House had 39 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
     Abuse Program
    With the funding from the Governor’s Portion of the Safe and Drug Free
     Schools Grant from ICJI the LCC was able to partner with the Info Link of
     Southern Indiana to create a resource guide for law enforcement, physicians, and
     other agencies, that outlines the treatment and intervention options that can be
     used as a resource referral, to distribute to those in need of services
 
    Law Enforcement and Justice
    The LCC has provided funding for 9 Law Enforcement and/or Justice
     programs
    FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2006, there were 714 driving under the influence
     of alcohol, and 385 drunkenness arrests-5 juveniles, in Floyd
     County*2007 Data N/A
    Alcohol Related Arrests, 2007—Floyd County Sheriff’s Department
           2007             18-24          25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
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       Offense            Male Female      Male Female White Black Hispanic
       DUI                 70     23       235      64      36    26       26
       Liquor Laws         29      6        0        0      30     5        1
       Drunkenness         32      9       109      34      17     7       14
    Alcohol Related Arrests, 2007—New Albany Police Department
    2007        Under 18*         18-24            25-65+         Race (Of those
                                                                     Reported)
Offense        Male Female    Male    Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
DUI             2       0      23       12     108       37    15      20      n/a
Liquor Laws     8       5      22        3       1        0    22       4      n/a
Drunkenness     0       0      19        7      80       23    11       8      n/a
     *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—15 white
      2007 Alcohol Related Cases Reported from Prosecutor’s Office
    2007                                   Total       Dismissed Guilty Pending
                                           Cases
    OWI w/ ACE of .08 or more—             143         33         43       67
    Misdemeanor, Class C
    OWI w/ACE of .15 or more—              198         39         64       94
    Misdemeanor, Class A
    OWI—Misdemeanor, Class C               74          19         10       45
    OWI—Felony, Class D                    70          9          15       46
   2009 Indiana Traffic Safety Facts Report-2008 Total Drivers in Alcohol
     Related Collisions-147 and 2 Alcohol Related Fatalities
   Indiana State Police 2008 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: DUI Arrests:
     2008-629
   The LCC Cordinator and other members of the Executive Committee meet with the
     prosecutor to advocate for clear consistent consequences for all offenders, as well as
     advocating for an increase in the amount of the counter measure fee that is
     assessed and collected in the county

End of Year 2 Update:
     Prevention and Education
   2010 IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade Monthly use prevalence rate for Alcohol:
    NAFC School Corporation 37.2 %, which is an increase of 5.0
   2010 Daily and Special Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs - 10th grade Binge
    Drinking prevalence rate: NAFC School Corporation 24.0%, which is an
    increase of 3.4%,
   Over 1,0oo Elementary Students participted in BABES, Beginning Alcohol
    Addiction Basic Education Studies, primary prevention program
   Afternoons Rock- Served Afternoons Rock- Served 307 Floyd County
    Elementary and Middle School Students-DSA 14
   Lights on Afterschool-500 Students and 100 Parent participates
   Bridge to Success Summer Camps had over 100 Students and 60 Parent
    participates, 94% of particpates completing the Attitude and Behavior survey stated
    their intention to refuse ATOD use
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     The LCC has provided funding for 11 Prevention/Education and/or After
      School/Summer programs
     The LCC Coordinator and ED of Our Place Drug and Alcohol Education
      Services attended the EDUL conference
     The LCC and hosted an Underage and Binge Drinking Town Hall meeting in
      April
  
     Treatment and Intervention
     The LCC has provided funding for 10 Treatment and Intervention programs
     There are 105 Safe Place intervention sites in our community
     Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
      104 New Floyd County Individuals and/or Families
     Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
      services to 1726 Floyd County residents
     Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 16 Youth and 57 Adults from Floyd
      County in their Early Intervention Program
     Bliss House had 26 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
      Abuse Program 22 Participates completed the program
      Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services in training ER personnel in SIBIRT-
      which is a method for early addiction identification and referal for treatment
     90% of the participates in the Alternative to Expulsion Group, can identify 2
      specific learned skills and actions to avoid and/or refuse ATOD use

 3.    Law Enforcement/Justice

     Floyd County Alcohol Related Arrests:

     2008—Floyd County Sheriff’s Department
             2008            18-24             25-65+    Race (Of those Reported)
       Offense          Male Female        Male Female White Black Hispanic
       DUI               77         21     267        73  40      30       29
       Liquor Laws       55         11       0         0  64       2        2
       Drunkenness       28          5     106        24  15      13       10

2008—New Albany Police Department
   2008      Under 18*          18-24                 25-65+                Race (Of those
                                                                              Reported)
Offense       Male Female        Male     Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
DUI             1       0          31         6        94     32        14      17       n/a
Liquor Laws     9       5          42        10         0      0        49       3       n/a
Drunkenness     1       0          23         6        78     18        11      11       n/a
    Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—12 white, 2 black, 1 Hispanic

   2008 Alcohol Related Cases Reported from Prosecutor’s Office
     2008                                 Total      Dismissed Guilty Pending
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                                          Cases
      OWI w/ ACE of .08 or more—          180        8          17     155
      Misdemeanor, Class C
      OWI w/ACE of .15 or more—           217        18         18     181
      Misdemeanor, Class A
      OWI— Misdemeanor, Class C           102        13         2      87
      OWI—Felony, Class D                 89         4          6      79


     Indiana Traffic Safety Facts Report-2009 Total Drivers in Alcohol Related
      Collisions-136 and 0 Alcohol Related Fatalities
     Indiana State Police 2009 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: DUI Arrests:
      2008-896
     The LCC has provided funding for 8 Law Enforcement and/or Justice
      programs

Final Update (end of Year 3):
  1.
  2.
  3.
  4.
  5.

A. Problem Statement #2:

In Floyd County youth and adults use marijuana.

B. Supportive Data:

Prevention/Education
    IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Marijuana:
     NAFC School Corporation 16.5 %, which is lower than the neighboring county,
     Greater Clark County Schools 18.7% and higher than the State Rate 13.5%
    Indiana Department of Education 07/08 expulsions and suspensions, due to
     alcohol, drugs, and/or weapons for New Albany-Floyd County School Corporation:
     Hazelwood Middle School                12
     Highland Hills Middle School           6
     Scribner Middle School                 5
     Total for NAFC School Corporation: 69
    Afternoons Rock- Served 292 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
     Students-DSA 14 which includes Floyd County, pre and posttest indicate the
     following:                       Pretest n=1114     Posttest n=918
     Monthly Marjuana Use             1.08%              0.65%
Treatment/Intervention
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    Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
     89 Floyd County Individuals and/or Families *most providers do not have
     data broken down by specific substances
   Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
   Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
     services to 530 Floyd County residents
   Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 18 Youth and 11 Adults from
     Southern Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program and 90
     Individuals in their 10-Week Individual and Family Drug and Alcohol Education
     Program-43 of those referrals were drug specific
Law Enforcement/Justice
   FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2005, 716 drug abuse violations arrests, 35 of
     those being juvenile arrests, in Floyd County*2006 Data N/A
   Indiana State Police 2007 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: Troopers from
     the Sellersburg District disrupted a major marijuana growing operation that
     resulted in the destruction of several hundred plants as well as recovering ten
     pounds of marijuana and the arrest of two suspects during a traffic
     stop*distribution area of marijuana is unknown, however relevant to community
     problem

General County Information
According to the IYI Kids Count-Floyd County:
Economics:
2007-Unemployment Rate                                          4.1
2005-% of Children in Proverty                                  15.4
2007-% of Students Receiving Free Lunches/Text Books            28.6
2007-% of Students Receiving Reduced Priced Lunches             4.6
# of Children Enrolled in Hoosier Healthcare                    6,302

Safety-2007:
# of Juvenile Delinquency Case Filings                   165
# of Juvenile Status Case Filings                        84
# of Juveniles Committed to the Department of Correction 9

Education-2007:
# of Alternative Education Enrollment                           550
# of Expulsions and Suspensions                                 5,081
# of Public School Student Dropouts                             153


End of Year 1 Update:
  1. Prevention/Education
    IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Marijuana:
     NAFC School Corporation 17.3 %, which is an increase of 0.8 %, and lower
     than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 19.9% and
     higher than the State Rate 14.6%
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     According to the ATOD Survey, students reported in their lifetime they have used
      marijuana one to five times:
     8th grade=7.4%, 10th grade=15.4%, and 12th grade=14.6%. Students also
      reported using marijuana 40+ times in their lifetime at the following
      rates: 10th grade=10.1% and 12th grade=14.1%.
     School Expulsions—New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School
      Corporation
                     2004-2005   2005-2006   2006-2007   2007-2008
      Total             125         147         148          133
      Alcohol           n/a          7           3            1
      Drugs             n/a          32          28          22
     Afternoons Rock- Served 290 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
      Students-DSA 14- Floyd County, pre and posttest indicate the following:
                         Pretest n=454       Posttest n=454
      Monthly Marjuana Use            2.3%                 0.5%
      Preception of Harm/ to          83.6%                98.5%
      smoke marjuana once a month

 2.   Treatment/Intervention
     Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
      Floyd County Individuals and/or Families *most providers do not have data
      broken down by specific substances
     Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
     Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
      services to 530 Floyd County residents
     Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from
      Southern Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program
     Bliss House had 39 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
      Abuse Program

 3.   Law Enforcement/Justice
     FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2006, 735 drug abuse violations arrests, 37 of
      those being juvenile arrests, in Floyd County*2007 Data N/A
     Indiana State Police 2008 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: Troopers from
      the departments’s majuana eradication program disrupted a major indoor
      marijuana growing operation that resulted in the destruction of several hundred
      plants and arrest of two suspects. It was also discovered that thses suspects were
      stealing power from a power line for several years, to provide power for their
      elaborate operation. *distribution area of marijuana is unknown, however
      relevant to community problem


     Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
        Other Drug           18-24            25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
         Violations
                         Male Female       Male Female White Black Hispanic
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     2006               149      29      204       69     35      97        5
     2007               110      25      187       62     29      88        3
     2008               108      18      167       46     26      65       11
    Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
      Other      Under 18          18-24          25-65+          Race (Of those
      Drug                                                           Reported)
    Violations
               Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
    2006        29       2      80      17    111      39      41      76      n/a
    2007        28       2      48      12     90      33      12      55      n/a
    2008        25       3      74      13    102      31      16      56      n/a
       *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
        three years
        Other Drug Violations, 2007—Prosecutor’s Office
       2007               Class                        A              B     C      D
       Cocaine—Dealing/Possession, Felony              22             17    8      43
       Methamphetamine—Dealing/Possession, Felony      5              9     2      7
       Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Felony            0              0     8      44
       Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Misdemeanor       235            0     0      0

End of Year 2 Update:
  1. Prevention/Education
    IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Marijuana:
      NAFC School Corporation 21.7 %, which is an increase of 4.4 %, and higher
      than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 17.6% and higher
      than the State Rate 16.8%
    According to the ATOD Survey, students reported in their lifetime they have used
      marijuana one to five times:
    8th grade=7.2%, 10th grade=13.5%, and 12th grade=17.8%. Students also
      reported using marijuana 40+ times in their lifetime at the following
      rates: 10th grade=14.2% and 12th grade=17.5%
    According to Kids Count 2008, in 2007 there were 5,081 total suspensions and
      expulsions. This is aggregate data, so no details are available

       The number of disciplinary actions which are drug related reported by NAFCCS is
        reported in the following table. *Through April 9, 2009

         Number of Tobacco/Drug related Disciplinary Summary—NAFCCS
                                       2005-2006        2007-2008 2008-
                                                       2006-2007
                                                                   2009*
         Tobacco                 36          68         106        61
         Controlled Substance    24          35         53         44
       Afternoons Rock- Served 307 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
        Students-DSA 14
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 2.    Treatment/Intervention
      Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
       104 New Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not
       have data broken down by specific substances
      Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
      Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
       services to 1726 Floyd County residents
      Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 16 Youth and 57 Adults from Floyd
       County in their Early Intervention Program
      Bliss House had 26 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
       Abuse Program

 3.    Law Enforcement/Justice
      Indiana State Police K 9- named Kilo-12 month activity:
      Over the last 12 months the K9 team has participated in 12 Public Appearances.
       During these appearances for various civic / public organizations the team
       promoted Alcohol and Drug Abuse Awareness, Participated in IDENTI KID with
       the Sheriff’s Dept and performed K9 Demonstrations. The K9 proves to be a
       valuable tool with the youth as it captures their attention during the entire
       presentation.
      During the period of July 09 – June 2010 the K9 Team conducted 60 searches
       yielding narcotic finds of marijuana, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine.
       These seizures resulted in 37 criminal arrests being made. Approximately $42,000.
       was seized in suspected narcotic profits with one particular traffic stop on I-65
       yielding $32,000. in suspected narcotic proceeds.




      Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
          Other Drug          18-24            25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
          Violations
                          Male Female       Male Female White Black Hispanic
       2006               149       29      204       69      35       97      5
       2007               110       25      187       62      29       88      3
       2008               108       18      167       46      26       65     11
  
      Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
        Other      Under 18          18-24           25-65+         Race (Of those
        Drug                                                          Reported)
      Violations
                 Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006        29       2      80      17     111      39     41     76       n/a
      2007        28       2      48      12      90      33     12     55       n/a
      2008        25       3      74      13     102      31     16     56       n/a
      *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
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         three years
     
                Table 24. Other Drug Violations, 2008—Prosecutor’s Office
         2008              Class                       A    B    C     D
         Cocaine—Dealing/Possession                    20 14 7         14
         Methamphetamine—Dealing/Possession, Felony    4    3    0     13
         Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Felony          0    0    23 38
         Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Misdemeanor     280 0     0     0




Final Update (end of Year 3):
  1.
  2.
  3.
  4.
  5.


C. Goals:

1. Fewer youth and adults will use marijuana, and fewer problems related to marijuana
will be seen in the community. This will be measured by monitoring the baseline
supportive data as well as the annual benchmarks and documenting the change in rates.


End of Year 1 Annual Benchmarks:

1.        Prevention/Education
         IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Marijuana:
          NAFC School Corporation 17.3 %, which is an increase of 0.8 %, and lower
          than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 19.9% and
          higher than the State Rate 14.6%
         According to the ATOD Survey, students reported in their lifetime they have used
          marijuana one to five times:
         8th grade=7.4%, 10th grade=15.4%, and 12th grade=14.6%. Students also
          reported using marijuana 40+ times in their lifetime at the following rates: 10th
          grade=10.1% and 12th grade=14.1%.
         School Expulsions—New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School
          Corporation
                         2004-2005   2005-2006   2006-2007   2007-2008
          Total             125         147         148          133
          Alcohol           n/a          7           3            1
          Drugs             n/a          32          28          22
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     Afternoons Rock- Served 290 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
      Students-DSA 14- Floyd County, pre and posttest indicate the following:
                         Pretest n=454       Posttest n=454
      Monthly Marjuana Use            2.3%                 0.5%
      Preception of Harm/ to          83.6%                98.5%
      smoke marjuana once a month

 2.   Treatment/Intervention
     Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
      Floyd County Individuals and/or Families *most providers do not have data
      broken down by specific substances
     Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
     Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
      services to 530 Floyd County residents
     Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from
      Southern Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program
     Bliss House had 39 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
      Abuse Program

 3. Law Enforcement/Justice
   FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2006, 735 drug abuse violations arrests, 37 of
    those being juvenile arrests, in Floyd County*2007 Data N/A
   Indiana State Police 2008 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: Troopers from
    the departments’s majuana eradication program disrupted a major indoor
    marijuana growing operation that resulted in the destruction of several hundred
    plants and arrest of two suspects. It was also discovered that thses suspects were
    stealing power from a power line for several years, to provide power for their
    elaborate operation. *distribution area of marijuana is unknown, however
    relevant to community problem
   Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
       Other Drug            18-24            25-65+        Race (Of those Reported)
        Violations
                         Male Female      Male Female White Black Hispanic
    2006                 149       29      204        69     35      97         5
    2007                 110       25      187        62     29      88         3
    2008                 108       18      167        46     26      65        11
   Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
     Other         Under 18         18-24            25-65+           Race (Of those
     Drug                                                               Reported)
   Violations
                Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
   2006          29       2      80      17      111      39      41      76       n/a
   2007          28       2      48      12       90      33      12      55       n/a
   2008          25       3      74      13      102      31      16      56       n/a
     *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
      three years
Comprehensive Community Plan                                                       25


       Other Drug Violations, 2007—Prosecutor’s Office
      2007               Class                        A      B       C   D
      Cocaine—Dealing/Possession, Felony              22     17      8   43
      Methamphetamine—Dealing/Possession, Felony      5      9       2   7
      Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Felony            0      0       8   44
      Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Misdemeanor       235    0       0   0



End of Year 2 Annual Benchmarks:

  1. Prevention/Education
    IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Marijuana:
     NAFC School Corporation 21.7 %, which is an increase of 4.4 %, and higher
     than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 17.6% and higher
     than the State Rate 16.8%
    According to the ATOD Survey, students reported in their lifetime they have used
     marijuana one to five times:
    8th grade=7.2%, 10th grade=13.5%, and 12th grade=17.8%. Students also
     reported using marijuana 40+ times in their lifetime at the following rates: 10th
     grade=14.2% and 12th grade=17.5%
    According to Kids Count 2008, in 2007 there were 5,081 total suspensions and
     expulsions. This is aggregate data, so no details are available

      The number of disciplinary actions which are drug related reported by NAFCCS is
       reported in the following table. *Through April 9, 2009

        Number of Tobacco/Drug related Disciplinary Summary—NAFCCS
                                  2005-2006            2007-2008 2008-
                                                2006-2007
                                                                  2009*
        Tobacco                 36          68         106        61
        Controlled Substance    24          35         53         44
      Afternoons Rock- Served 307 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
       Students-DSA 14

 2.    Treatment/Intervention
      Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
       104 New Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not
       have data broken down by specific substances
      Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
      Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
       services to 1726 Floyd County residents
      Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 16 Youth and 57 Adults from Floyd
       County in their Early Intervention Program
Comprehensive Community Plan                                                                         26


      Bliss House had 26 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
       Abuse Program

 3.    Law Enforcement/Justice
      Indiana State Police K 9- named Kilo-12 month activity:
      Over the last 12 months the K9 team has participated in 12 Public Appearances.
       During these appearances for various civic / public organizations the team
       promoted Alcohol and Drug Abuse Awareness, Participated in IDENTI KID with
       the Sheriff’s Dept and performed K9 Demonstrations. The K9 proves to be a
       valuable tool with the youth as it captures their attention during the entire
       presentation.
      During the period of July 09 – June 2010 the K9 Team conducted 60 searches
       yielding narcotic finds of marijuana, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine.
       These seizures resulted in 37 criminal arrests being made. Approximately $42,000
       was seized in suspected narcotic profits with one particular traffic stop on I-65
       yielding $32,000. in suspected narcotic proceeds.
  
      Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
          Other Drug          18-24            25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
          Violations
                          Male Female       Male Female White Black Hispanic
       2006               149       29      204       69      35       97      5
       2007               110       25      187       62      29       88      3
       2008               108       18      167       46      26       65     11
  
      Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
        Other      Under 18          18-24           25-65+         Race (Of those
        Drug                                                          Reported)
      Violations
                 Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006        29       2      80      17     111      39     41     76       n/a
      2007        28       2      48      12      90      33     12     55       n/a
      2008        25       3      74      13     102      31     16     56       n/a
      *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
      three years
  
             Table 24. Other Drug Violations, 2008—Prosecutor’s Office
      2008              Class                       A    B    C     D
      Cocaine—Dealing/Possession                    20 14 7         14
      Methamphetamine—Dealing/Possession, Felony    4    3    0     13
      Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Felony          0    0    23 38
      Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Misdemeanor     280 0     0     0
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Final Report (end of Year 3):

  1.
  2.
  3.

D. Objectives:

 1. Prevention and Education
  A. Improve and increase prevention/education programs provided by the schools
    and other community organizations with an emphasis on proven prevention
    strategies and curriculum
  B. Continue to support after school and summer programs for all children and
    youth
  C. Increase general public awareness of local issues related to marijuana use as well
    as efforts and programs to reduce marijuana use in our community
  D. Implement a social norms education campaign within the community
  E. Recruit and train new LCC members with an emphasis on business involvement
  F. Increase protective factors in an effort to promote healthy behaviors among
    youth

 2. Treatment and Intervention
  A. Continue to support affordable, effective, treatment programs/services,
    provided by credentialed professionals
  B. Identify adults and youth with addictions earlier and refer those individuals to
    treatment
  C. Create a resource guide for law enforcement, physicians, and other agencies that
    outlines the treatment and intervention options that can be used as a resource
    referral, to distribute to those in need of services
  D. Continue to advocate and support intervention programs for youth and families
  E. Advocate for Drug-Free Workplaces, which include random drug testing and
    employee assistance programs

 3. Law Enforcement and Justice
  A. Advocate and support appropriate training and programs for local police officers
    and justice agencies to address crimes that involve and/or are marijuana related
  B. Continue to advocate and support the School Resource Officers and program
  C. Advocate and support collaborative marijuana eradication programs with local
    law enforcement including the Conservation Officers and State Police
  D. Continue to advocate for clear consistent consequences for all offenders



End of Year 1 Update:
 1. Prevention and Education
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     IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Marijuana:
      NAFC School Corporation 17.3 %, which is an increase of 0.8 %
     According to the ATOD Survey, students reported in their lifetime they have used
      marijuana one to five times:
     8th grade=7.4%, 10th grade=15.4%, and 12th grade=14.6%. Students also
      reported using marijuana 40+ times in their lifetime at the following
      rates: 10th grade=10.1% and 12th grade=14.1%.
     Afternoons Rock- Served 290 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
      Students-DSA 14- Floyd County, pre and posttest indicate the following:
                     Pretest n=454          Posttest n=454
       Monthly Marjuana Use                2.3%                 0.5%
       Preception of Harm/ to              83.6%                98.5%
       smoke marjuana once a month
     Over 1,2oo Elementary Students participted in BABES, Beginning Alcohol
      Addiction Basic Education Studies, primary prevention program
     The LCC has provided funding for 8 Prevention/Education and/or After
      School/Summer programs
 2.   Treatment and Intervention
     The LCC has provided funding for 10 Treatment and Intervention programs
     Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
      Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not have data
      broken down by specific substances
     Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
     Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
      services to 530 Floyd County residents
     Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from Southern
      Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program
     Bliss House had 39 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
      Abuse Program
     With the funding from the Governor’s Portion of the Safe and Drug Free
      Schools Grant from ICJI the LCC was able to partner with the Info Link of
      Southern Indiana to create a resource guide for law enforcement, physicians, and
      other agencies, that outlines the treatment and intervention options that can be
      used as a resource referral, to distribute to those in need of services

 3. Law Enforcement and Justice
  The LCC has provided funding for 9 Law Enforcement and/or Justice
    programs
  FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2006, 735 drug abuse violations arrests, 37 of
    those being juvenile arrests, in Floyd County*2007 Data N/A
  Indiana State Police 2008 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: Troopers from
    the departments’s majuana eradication program disrupted a major indoor
    marijuana growing operation that resulted in the destruction of several hundred
    plants and arrest of two suspects. It was also discovered that thses suspects were
    stealing power from a power line for several years, to provide power for their
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     elaborate operation. *distribution area of marijuana is unknown, however relevant
     to community problem
   Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
         Other Drug           18-24           25-65+        Race (Of those Reported)
         Violations
                          Male Female      Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006                149       29     204        69      35     97         5
      2007                110       25     187        62      29     88         3
      2008                108       18     167        46      26     65        11
   Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
       Other        Under 18         18-24           25-65+           Race (Of those
       Drug                                                             Reported)
    Violations
                 Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
    2006          29       2      80      17     111      39      41      76       n/a
    2007          28       2      48      12      90      33      12      55       n/a
    2008          25       3      74      13     102      31      16      56       n/a
     *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
      three years
    Other Drug Violations, 2007—Prosecutor’s Office
    2007                Class                        A    B     C     D
    Cocaine—Dealing/Possession, Felony               22 17 8          43
    Methamphetamine—Dealing/Possession, Felony       5    9     2     7
    Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Felony             0    0     8     44
    Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Misdemeanor        235 0      0     0
   The LCC Cordinator and other members of the Executive Committee meet with the
     prosecutor to advocate for clear consistent consequences for all offenders, as well as
     advocating for an increase in the amount of the counter measure fee that is
     assessed and collected in the county
End of Year 2 Update:
 1. Prevention and Education
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Marijuana:
     NAFC School Corporation 21.7 %, which is an increase of 4.4 %, and higher
     than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 17.6% and higher
     than the State Rate 16.8%
   According to the ATOD Survey, students reported in their lifetime they have used
     marijuana one to five times:
   8th grade=7.2%, 10th grade=13.5%, and 12th grade=17.8%. Students also
     reported using marijuana 40+ times in their lifetime at the following rates: 10th
     grade=14.2% and 12th grade=17.5%
   Over 1,0oo Elementary Students participted in BABES, Beginning Alcohol
     Addiction Basic Education Studies, primary prevention program
   Afternoons Rock- Served Afternoons Rock- Served 307 Floyd County
     Elementary and Middle School Students-DSA 14
   Lights on Afterschool-500 Students and 100 Parent participates
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    Bridge to Success Summer Camps had over 100 Students and 60 Parent
     participates, 94% of particpates completing the Attitude and Behavior survey stated
     their intention to refuse ATOD use
    The LCC has provided funding for 11 Prevention/Education and/or After
     School/Summer programs
    The LCC and hosted an “Lunch and Learn” about Marijuana-using local
     presenters that covered prevention/education, treatment/intervention and law
     enforcement
 
    Treatment and Intervention
    The LCC has provided funding for 10 Treatment and Intervention programs
    There are 105 Safe Place intervention sites in our community
    Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
     104 New Floyd County Individuals and/or Families
    Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
     services to 1726 Floyd County residents
    Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 16 Youth and 57 Adults from Floyd
     County in their Early Intervention Program
    Bliss House had 26 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
     Abuse Program 22 Participates completed the program
     Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services in training ER personnel in SIBIRT-
     which is a method for early addiction identification and referal for treatment
    90% of the participates in the Alternative to Expulsion Group, can identify 2
     specific learned skills and actions to avoid and/or refuse ATOD use
 

 3. Law Enforcement and Justice
  The LCC has provided funding for 8 Law Enforcement and/or Justice
    programs
  Indiana State Police K 9- named Kilo-12 month activity:
  Over the last 12 months the K9 team has participated in 12 Public Appearances.
    During these appearances for various civic / public organizations the team
    promoted Alcohol and Drug Abuse Awareness, Participated in IDENTI KID with the
    Sheriff’s Dept and performed K9 Demonstrations. The K9 proves to be a valuable
    tool with the youth as it captures their attention during the entire presentation.
  During the period of July 09 – June 2010 the K9 Team conducted 60 searches
    yielding narcotic finds of marijuana, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine. These
    seizures resulted in 37 criminal arrests being made. Approximately $42,000 was
    seized in suspected narcotic profits with one particular traffic stop on I-65 yielding
    $32,000. in suspected narcotic proceeds.
 
  Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
        Other Drug            18-24             25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
        Violations
                         Male Female        Male Female White Black Hispanic
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       2006                   149         29        204        69        35       97          5
       2007                   110         25        187        62        29       88          3
       2008                   108         18        167        46        26       65         11
  
      Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
        Other       Under 18          18-24           25-65+         Race (Of those
        Drug                                                           Reported)
      Violations
                 Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006        29        2      80      17     111      39     41     76       n/a
      2007        28        2      48      12      90      33     12     55       n/a
      2008        25        3      74      13     102      31     16     56       n/a
     *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
     three years
  
       Table 24. Other Drug Violations, 2008—Prosecutor’s Office
      2008               Class                       A     B    C                 D
      Cocaine—Dealing/Possession                     20 14 7                      14
      Methamphetamine—Dealing/Possession, Felony     4     3    0                 13
      Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Felony           0     0    23                38
      Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Misdemeanor      280 0      0                 0



Final Update (end of Year 3):
  1.
  2.
  3.
  4.
  5.

A. Problem Statement #3:

In Floyd County youth and adults misuse and abuse prescription drugs.

B. Supportive Data:

Prevention/Education
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Adderall/Ritalin:
     NAFC School Corporation 4.0%, which is higher than the neighboring county,
     Greater Clark County Schools 2.5% and higher than the State Rate 3.5%
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Narcotics:
     NAFC School Corporation 5.6%, which is higher than the neighboring county,
     Greater Clark County Schools 4.2% and higher than the State Rate 4.0%
   Indiana Department of Education 07/08 expulsions and suspensions, due to
     alcohol, drugs, and/or weapons for New Albany-Floyd County School Corporation:
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     Floyd Central High School                 17
     New Albany High School                    29
     Hazelwood Middle School                   12
     Highland Hills Middle School              6
     Scribner Middle School                    5
     Total for NAFC School Corporation: 69
Treatment/Intervention
    Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
     Floyd County Individuals and/or Families *most providers do not have data
     broken down by specific substances
    Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
    Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
     services to 530 Floyd County residents
    Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from
     Southern Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program and 90
     Individuals in their 10-Week Individual and Family Drug and Alcohol Education
     Program-43 of those referrals were drug specific
Law Enforcement/Justice
    FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2005, 716 drug abuse violations arrests, 35 of
     those being juvenile arrests, in Floyd County*2006 Data N/A
    Indiana State Police 2007 Annual Report, District 45 Sellersburg: Troopers from
     the Sellersburg District and members of the Drug Enforcement Section worked
     together in an uncover operation which resulted in the arrest of a local police
     officer who was dealing drugs at a local skating ring

General County Information
U.S. Census Bureau
                               Floyd County              Indiana
Housing Units 2006             31,210                    2,756,331

High School Graduates 2000, % of persons age 25+
                            82.4%                  82.1%
Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 2000, % of persons age 25+
                            20.4%                  19.4%




End of Year 1 Update:
 1. Prevention/Education
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for
     Adderall/Ritalin: NAFC School Corporation 3.5%, which is an decrease of
     0.5 %, and is higher than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County
     Schools 1.4% and higher than the State Rate 3.3%
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Tranquilizers:
     NAFC School Corporation 3.7%, which is an decrease of 0.5 %, and is lower
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       than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 4.7% and lower
       than the State Rate 4.3%
      IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Narcotics:
       NAFC School Corporation 3.3%, which is an decrease of 2.3 %, and is higher
       than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 4.4% and higher
       than the State Rate 3.7%
      According to the ATOD Survey, students reported in their lifetime they have used
       the following drugs one to five times:
      Ritalin/Adderall: 10th grade: 6.9% have used, 12th grade: 4.8%
      Tranquilizers: 8th grade: 5.7%, 10th grade: 6.9%, 12th grade: 7.6%
      Narcotics: 10th grade: 4.5%, 12th grade: 7.6%
      School Expulsions—New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School
       Corporation
                      2004-2005   2005-2006   2006-2007   2007-2008
      Total              125         147         148          133
      Alcohol            n/a          7           3            1
      Drugs              n/a          32          28          22

 2.    Treatment/Intervention
      Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
       Floyd County Individuals and/or Families *most providers do not have data
       broken down by specific substances
      Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
      Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
       services to 530 Floyd County residents
      Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from
       Southern Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program
      Bliss House had 39 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
       Abuse Program

 3. Law Enforcement/Justice
   FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2006, 735 drug abuse violations arrests, 37 of
    those being juvenile arrests, in Floyd County*2007 Data N/A
   Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
       Other Drug          18-24            25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
       Violations
                       Male Female       Male Female White Black Hispanic
    2006               149       29      204       69      35       97      5
    2007               110       25      187       62      29       88      3
    2008               108       18      167       46      26       65     11

      Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
        Other      Under 18          18-24          25-65+          Race (Of those
        Drug                                                          Reported)
      Violations
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                    Male     Female     Male    Female     Male     Female White Black Hispanic
       2006          29        2         80       17       111        39    41    76     n/a
       2007          28        2         48       12        90        33    12    55     n/a
       2008          25        3         74       13       102        31    16    56     n/a
       *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
        three years

End of Year 2 Update:
 1. Prevention/Education
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for
     Adderall/Ritalin: This year the IPRC ATOD survey questions changed and
     Adderall/Ritalin were not listed individually on the survey
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Tranquilizers:
     NAFC School Corporation 2.4%, which is an decrease of 1.3 %, and is higher
     than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 2.2% and higher
     than the State Rate 1.9.%
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Narcotics: This
     year the IPRC ATOD survey questions changed and the data now is collected for
     Prescription Painkillers- NAFC School Corporation 9.4%, and is higher
     than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 4.6% and higher
     than the State Rate 6.2%
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Prescription
     Drugs: NAFC School Corporation 7.6%, which is an increase of 4.1 %, and is
     higher than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 4.3% and
     higher than the State Rate 5.9.%
   According to Kids Count 2008, in 2007 there were 5,081 total suspensions and
     expulsions. This is aggregate data, so no details are available
   The number of disciplinary actions which are drug related reported by NAFCCS is
     reported in the following table. *Through April 9, 2009

        Number of Tobacco/Drug related Disciplinary Summary—NAFCCS
                                       2005-2006        2007-2008 2008-
                                                       2006-2007
                                                                   2009*
         Tobacco                 36          68         106        61
         Controlled Substance    24          35         53         44
       Afternoons Rock- Served 307 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
        Students-DSA 14

  2.    Treatment/Intervention
       Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
        104 New Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not
        have data broken down by specific substances
       Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
       Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
        services to 1726 Floyd County residents
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      Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 16 Youth and 57 Adults from Floyd
       County in their Early Intervention Program
      Bliss House had 26 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
       Abuse Program

 3.    Law Enforcement/Justice
      Indiana State Police K 9- named Kilo-12 month activity:
      Over the last 12 months the K9 team has participated in 12 Public Appearances.
       During these appearances for various civic / public organizations the team
       promoted Alcohol and Drug Abuse Awareness, Participated in IDENTI KID with
       the Sheriff’s Dept and performed K9 Demonstrations. The K9 proves to be a
       valuable tool with the youth as it captures their attention during the entire
       presentation.
      During the period of July 09 – June 2010 the K9 Team conducted 60 searches
       yielding narcotic finds of marijuana, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine.
       These seizures resulted in 37 criminal arrests being made. Approximately $42,000
       was seized in suspected narcotic profits with one particular traffic stop on I-65
       yielding $32,000. in suspected narcotic proceeds.
  
      Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
          Other Drug          18-24            25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
          Violations
                          Male Female       Male Female White Black Hispanic
       2006               149       29      204       69      35       97      5
       2007               110       25      187       62      29       88      3
       2008               108       18      167       46      26       65     11
  
      Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
        Other      Under 18          18-24           25-65+         Race (Of those
        Drug                                                          Reported)
      Violations
                 Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006        29       2      80      17     111      39     41     76       n/a
      2007        28       2      48      12      90      33     12     55       n/a
      2008        25       3      74      13     102      31     16     56       n/a
      *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
      three years
  

Final Update (end of Year 3):
  1.
  2.
  3.
  4.
  5.
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C. Goals:

1. Fewer youth and adults will misuse and/or abuse prescription drugs, and fewer
problems related to prescription drugs will be seen in the community. This will be
measured by monitoring the baseline supportive data as well as the annual benchmarks
and documenting the change in rates.


End of Year 1 Annual Benchmarks:

1.       Prevention/Education
        IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for
         Adderall/Ritalin: NAFC School Corporation 3.5%, which is an decrease of
         0.5 %, and is higher than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County
         Schools 1.4% and higher than the State Rate 3.3%
        IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Tranquilizers:
         NAFC School Corporation 3.7%, which is an decrease of 0.5 %, and is lower
         than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 4.7% and lower
         than the State Rate 4.3%
        IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Narcotics:
         NAFC School Corporation 3.3%, which is an decrease of 2.3 %, and is higher
         than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 4.4% and higher
         than the State Rate 3.7%
        According to the ATOD Survey, students reported in their lifetime they have used
         the following drugs one to five times:
        Ritalin/Adderall: 10th grade: 6.9% have used, 12th grade: 4.8%
        Tranquilizers: 8th grade: 5.7%, 10th grade: 6.9%, 12th grade: 7.6%
        Narcotics: 10th grade: 4.5%, 12th grade: 7.6%
        School Expulsions—New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School
         Corporation
                       2004-2005   2005-2006   2006-2007   2007-2008
         Total            125         147         148          133
         Alcohol          n/a          7           3            1
         Drugs            n/a          32          28          22

  2.     Treatment/Intervention
        Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
         Floyd County Individuals and/or Families *most providers do not have data
         broken down by specific substances
        Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
        Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
         services to 530 Floyd County residents
        Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from
         Southern Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program
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      Bliss House had 39 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
       Abuse Program

 3. Law Enforcement/Justice
   FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2006, 735 drug abuse violations arrests, 37 of
    those being juvenile arrests, in Floyd County*2007 Data N/A
   Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
       Other Drug          18-24            25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
       Violations
                       Male Female       Male Female White Black Hispanic
    2006               149       29      204       69      35       97      5
    2007               110       25      187       62      29       88      3
    2008               108       18      167       46      26       65     11

      Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
        Other      Under 18          18-24           25-65+         Race (Of those
        Drug                                                          Reported)
      Violations
                 Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006        29       2      80      17     111      39     41     76       n/a
      2007        28       2      48      12      90      33     12     55       n/a
      2008        25       3      74      13     102      31     16     56       n/a
      *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
       three years



End of Year 2 Annual Benchmarks:

 1. Prevention/Education
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for
     Adderall/Ritalin: This year the IPRC ATOD survey questions changed and
     Adderall/Ritalin were not listed individually on the survey
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Tranquilizers:
     NAFC School Corporation 2.4%, which is an decrease of 1.3 %, and is higher
     than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 2.2% and higher
     than the State Rate 1.9.%
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Narcotics: This
     year the IPRC ATOD survey questions changed and the data now is collected for
     Prescription Painkillers- NAFC School Corporation 9.4%, and is higher
     than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 4.6% and higher
     than the State Rate 6.2%
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Prescription
     Drugs: NAFC School Corporation 7.6%, which is an increase of 4.1 %, and is
     higher than the neighboring county, Greater Clark County Schools 4.3% and
     higher than the State Rate 5.9.%
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     According to Kids Count 2008, in 2007 there were 5,081 total suspensions and
      expulsions. This is aggregate data, so no details are available
     The number of disciplinary actions which are drug related reported by NAFCCS is
      reported in the following table. *Through April 9, 2009

      Number of Tobacco/Drug related Disciplinary Summary—NAFCCS
                                2005-2006             2007-2008 2008-
                                              2006-2007
                                                                 2009*
       Tobacco                 36          68         106        61
       Controlled Substance    24          35         53         44
     Afternoons Rock- Served 307 Floyd County Elementary and Middle School
      Students-DSA 14

 2.   Treatment/Intervention
     Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
      104 New Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not
      have data broken down by specific substances
     Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
     Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
      services to 1726 Floyd County residents
     Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 16 Youth and 57 Adults from Floyd
      County in their Early Intervention Program
     Bliss House had 26 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
      Abuse Program

 3.   Law Enforcement/Justice
     Indiana State Police K 9- named Kilo-12 month activity:
     Over the last 12 months the K9 team has participated in 12 Public Appearances.
      During these appearances for various civic / public organizations the team
      promoted Alcohol and Drug Abuse Awareness, Participated in IDENTI KID with
      the Sheriff’s Dept and performed K9 Demonstrations. The K9 proves to be a
      valuable tool with the youth as it captures their attention during the entire
      presentation.
     During the period of July 09 – June 2010 the K9 Team conducted 60 searches
      yielding narcotic finds of marijuana, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine.
      These seizures resulted in 37 criminal arrests being made. Approximately $42,000
      was seized in suspected narcotic profits with one particular traffic stop on I-65
      yielding $32,000. in suspected narcotic proceeds.
  
     Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
         Other Drug          18-24            25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
         Violations
                         Male Female       Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006               149       29      204       69      35       97      5
      2007               110       25      187       62      29       88      3
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       2008                   108         18        167        46        26       65         11
  
      Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
        Other      Under 18          18-24           25-65+         Race (Of those
        Drug                                                          Reported)
      Violations
                 Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006        29       2      80      17     111      39     41     76       n/a
      2007        28       2      48      12      90      33     12     55       n/a
      2008        25       3      74      13     102      31     16     56       n/a
      *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
      three years


Final Report (end of Year 3):

  1.
  2.
  3.




D. Objectives:


 1. Prevention and Education
  A. Improve and increase prevention/education programs provided by the schools
    and other community organizations with an emphasis on proven prevention
    strategies and curriculum
  B. Continue to support after school and summer programs for all children and
    youth
  C. Increase general public awareness of local issues related to prescription drug
    misuse and/or abuse as well as efforts and programs to reduce prescription drug
    misuse and/or abuse use in our community
  D. Implement a social norms education campaign within the community
  E. Recruit and train new LCC members with an emphasis on physicians and
    pharmacists
  F. Advocate and support prescription drug disposal programs
  G. Increase protective factors in an effort to promote healthy behaviors among
    youth

 2. Treatment and Intervention
  A. Continue to support affordable, effective, treatment programs/services,
    provided by credentialed professionals
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     B. Identify adults and youth with addictions earlier and refer those individuals to
      treatment
     C. Create a resource guide for law enforcement, physicians, and other agencies, that
      outlines the treatment and intervention options that can be used as a resource
      referral, to distribute to those in need of services
     D. Continue to advocate and support intervention programs for youth and families
     E. Advocate for Drug-Free Workplaces, which include random drug testing, and
      employee assistance programs

 3. Law Enforcement and Justice
  A. Advocate and support appropriate training and programs for local police officers
    and justice agencies to address crimes that involve and/or are drug related
  B. Continue to advocate and support the School Resource Officers and program
  C. Continue to advocate for clear consistent consequences for all offenders


End of Year 1 Update:
  1. Prevention and Education
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Adderall/Ritalin:
     NAFC School Corporation 3.5%, which is an decrease of 0.5 %,
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Tranquilizers:
     NAFC School Corporation 3.7%, which is an decrease of 0.5 %
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Narcotics:
     NAFC School Corporation 3.3%, which is an decrease of 2.3 %,
   Over 1,2oo Elementary Students participted in BABES, Beginning Alcohol
     Addiction Basic Education Studies, primary prevention program
   The LCC has provided funding for 8 Prevention/Education and/or After
     School/Summer programs

 2. Treatment and Intervention
  The LCC has provided funding for 10 Treatment and Intervention programs
  Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to 91
    Floyd County Individuals and/or Families*most providers do not have data
    broken down by specific substances
  Floyd County has 23 AA, 2 NA, and 1 Al-Alon meeting each week
  Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
    services to 530 Floyd County residents
  Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 15 Youth and 12 Adults from Southern
    Indiana in their Journey Intensive Outpatient Program
  Bliss House had 39 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
    Abuse Program
  With the funding from the Governor’s Portion of the Safe and Drug Free
    Schools Grant from ICJI the LCC was able to partner with the Info Link of
    Southern Indiana to create a resource guide for law enforcement, physicians, and
    other agencies, that outlines the treatment and intervention options that can be
    used as a resource referral, to distribute to those in need of services
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  3. Law Enforcement and Justice
   The LCC has provided funding for 9 Law Enforcement and/or Justice
     programs
   FBI Uniform Crime Reports 2006, 735 drug abuse violations arrests, 37 of
     those being juvenile arrests, in Floyd County*2007 Data N/A
    Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
         Other Drug         18-24            25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
         Violations
                        Male Female       Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006              149       29      204       69      35       97      5
      2007              110       25      187       62      29       88      3
      2008              108       18      167       46      26       65     11

       Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
         Other      Under 18          18-24           25-65+         Race (Of those
         Drug                                                          Reported)
       Violations
                  Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
       2006        29       2      80      17     111      39     41     76       n/a
       2007        28       2      48      12      90      33     12     55       n/a
       2008        25       3      74      13     102      31     16     56       n/a
       *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
        three years
    The LCC Cordinator and other members of the Executive Committee meet with the
     prosecutor to advocate for clear consistent consequences for all offenders, as well as
     advocating for an increase in the amount of the counter measure fee that is
     assessed and collected in the county
End of Year 2 Update:
    IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for
      Adderall/Ritalin: This year the IPRC ATOD survey questions changed and
      Adderall/Ritalin were not listed individually on the survey
    IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Tranquilizers:
      NAFC School Corporation 2.4%, which is an decrease of 1.3
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Narcotics: This
     year the IPRC ATOD survey questions changed and the data now is collected for
     Prescription Painkillers- NAFC School Corporation 9.4%
   IPRC ATOD Survey-10th grade monthly use prevalence rate for Prescription
     Drugs: NAFC School Corporation 7.6%, which is an increase of 4.1 %
   Over 1,0oo Elementary Students participted in BABES, Beginning Alcohol
     Addiction Basic Education Studies, primary prevention program
   Afternoons Rock- Served Afternoons Rock- Served 307 Floyd County
     Elementary and Middle School Students-DSA 14
   Lights on Afterschool-500 Students and 100 Parent participates
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    Bridge to Success Summer Camps had over 100 Students and 60 Parent
     participates, 94% of particpates completing the Attitude and Behavior survey stated
     their intention to refuse ATOD use
    The LCC has provided funding for 11 Prevention/Education and/or After
     School/Summer programs
    The LCC and hosted an “Lunch and Learn” about Prescription Drug Abuse-
     using local presenters that covered prevention/education, treatment/intervention
     and law enforcement
 
    Treatment and Intervention
    The LCC has provided funding for 10 Treatment and Intervention programs
    There are 105 Safe Place intervention sites in our community
    Brandon's House Counseling Center provided Free Master's Level Counseling to
     104 New Floyd County Individuals and/or Families
    Life Spring provided comprehensive behavioral health and addiction related
     services to 1726 Floyd County residents
    Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services served 16 Youth and 57 Adults from Floyd
     County in their Early Intervention Program
    Bliss House had 26 Admissions into the Women’s Residential Substance
     Abuse Program 22 Participates completed the program
     Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services in training ER personnel in SIBIRT-
     which is a method for early addiction identification and referal for treatment
    90% of the participates in the Alternative to Expulsion Group, can identify 2
     specific learned skills and actions to avoid and/or refuse ATOD use
 

 3. Law Enforcement and Justice
  The LCC has provided funding for 8 Law Enforcement and/or Justice
    programs
  DEA-Presception Drug Take Back-The Indiana State Police participated in this
    program and collected over 400 lbs. of perscription drugs
  Indiana State Police K 9- named Kilo-12 month activity:
  Over the last 12 months the K9 team has participated in 12 Public Appearances.
    During these appearances for various civic / public organizations the team
    promoted Alcohol and Drug Abuse Awareness, Participated in IDENTI KID with the
    Sheriff’s Dept and performed K9 Demonstrations. The K9 proves to be a valuable
    tool with the youth as it captures their attention during the entire presentation.
  During the period of July 09 – June 2010 the K9 Team conducted 60 searches
    yielding narcotic finds of marijuana, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine. These
    seizures resulted in 37 criminal arrests being made. Approximately $42,000 was
    seized in suspected narcotic profits with one particular traffic stop on I-65 yielding
    $32,000. in suspected narcotic proceeds.
 
  Other Drug Violations reported by Floyd County Sheriff’s Office
        Other Drug            18-24             25-65+       Race (Of those Reported)
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          Violations
                             Male      Female      Male      Female White Black          Hispanic
       2006                  149         29        204         69    35    97                5
       2007                  110         25        187         62    29    88                3
       2008                  108         18        167         46    26    65               11
  
      Other Drug Violations reported by New Albany Police Department
        Other       Under 18          18-24           25-65+         Race (Of those
        Drug                                                           Reported)
      Violations
                 Male Female Male Female Male Female White Black Hispanic
      2006        29        2      80      17     111      39     41     76       n/a
      2007        28        2      48      12      90      33     12     55       n/a
      2008        25        3      74      13     102      31     16     56       n/a
     *Race for the Under 18 is not included in the chart—76 white, 17 black, 3 Hispanic total for the
     three years
  
       Table 24. Other Drug Violations, 2008—Prosecutor’s Office
      2008               Class                       A     B    C                 D
      Cocaine—Dealing/Possession                     20 14 7                      14
      Methamphetamine—Dealing/Possession, Felony     4     3    0                 13
      Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Felony           0     0    23                38
      Marijuana—Dealing/Possession, Misdemeanor      280 0      0                 0



Final Update (end of Year 3):
  1.
  2.
  3.
  4.
  5.

Please attach the County’s Fiscal Report for review!


Next Annual Update Due: 10/11

Next Comprehensive Community Plan Due: 10/11

Date of Community Consultant Review: 10/31/10
Disclaimer:
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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: CSK




                                    Floyd 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 Floyd County Auditor’s office deposited $54,676.25 into the LCC’s
              Drug-Free Community Fund from fees collected last calendar year, 2009.

             $1,100.00 rolled over from unused funds from the previous years.
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             $75,000.00 total amount available for programs and administrative costs for
              the upcoming calendar year. *See additional comments

             $18,750.00 approved for administrative costs leaving $56,250.00 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
Clark County Youth Shelter/Family Education              $2500.00          $2000.00
Faithpoint United Methodist Church/Student               $2500.00          $2000.00
Ministries Prevention Program
Family & Children’s Place/Prevention Education           $2500.00          $2000.00
Floyd County ATOD Task Force/Community                   $2500.00          $1750.00
Education
Floyd County Prosecutor's Office/Prescription Drug       $2487.50          $1000.00
Education
Floyd County Step Ahead/Lights on Afterschool            $2475.00          $1000.00
Program
Floyd County Youth Services Bureau/Youth Mural           $2500.00          $1000.00
New Directions/Prevention Education                      $2500.00          $2000.00
Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services/BABES-                 $2500.00          $2000.00
Prevention Program
YMCA of Southern IN/DIAMONDS Prevention                  $2500.00          $2000.00
YMCA of Southern IN/Y-CAP Prevention Program             $2500.00          $2000.00
                                         TOTAL(S)        $27,462.50        $18,750.00


                                                          AMOUNT           AMOUNT
Treatment/Intervention                                   REQUESTED         GRANTED
Brandon's House Counseling Center/Free Substance         $2480.00          $2000.00
Abuse Counseling Services
Clark County Youth Shelter/Safe Place-Intervention       $2500.00          $2000.00
Program
Family & Children First/Alternative to Expulsion         $2500.00          $2000.00
Program
Floyd County Professional Services Alcohol & Drug        $750.00           $750.00
/Education Videos for Classes
Floyd County Professional Services Alcohol & Drug        $2500.00          $2000.00
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/Prime for Life Materials
Floyd County Professional Services Alcohol & Drug        $2400.00        $2000.00
/Spanish Speaking Contractual Service Provider
Floyd Memorial Hospital & Health Services/SBIRT,         $2408.00        $2000.00
Screening, Intervention, Referral Program
Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services/Early                  $2500.00        $2000.00
Intervention Program
Our Place Drug & Alcohol Services/Journey                $2500.00        $2000.00
Treatment Program
Personal Counseling Service/Prescription Drug            $2400.00        $2000.00
Intervention
                                          TOTAL(S)       $22,938.00      $18,750.00



                                                           AMOUNT         AMOUNT
Criminal Justice Services                                REQUESTED        GRANTED
Floyd County Community Corrections/Drug Testing          $2500.00        $2500.00
Floyd County Prosecutor's Office/Alcohol & Drug          $2500.00        $2500.00
Enforcement Technology-Paperless Tracking
Program
Floyd County Court Probation/Contractual Service         $2500.00        $1950.00
Provider
Floyd County Court Probation/Drug Testing                $2500.00        $2500.00
Floyd County Court Probation/Justice Exchange-           $1800.00        $1800.00
Recidivism Reduction
Floyd County Sheriff's Department/PBTs                   $2500.00        $2500.00
Floyd County Sheriff's Department/Officer Training       $2500.00        $2500.00
Floyd County Youth Services Bureau/Teen Court            $2500.00        $2500.00
                                         TOTAL(S)        $19,300.00      $18,750.00




(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
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                               Dollars Approved     Approved     Dollars Awarded    Awarded
Prevention/Education          25%                 $18,750.00     25%               $18,750.00
Treatment/Intervention        25%                 $18,750.00     25%               $18,750.00
Criminal Justice Services     25%                 $18,750.00     25%               $18,750.00
Administrative                25%                 $18,750.00     25%               $18,750.00
TOTAL(S)                      100%                $75,000.00     100%              $75,000.00

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

          The LCC conducts an annual grant application / review process and makes
          recommendations to the County Commissioners of projects to be supported by the
          Drug Free Communities Fund. Announcements of applications are made via direct
          mailings, advertising, and public announcements. The LCC requires mid-year and
          final reports in addition to a site-visit from the coordinator or another
          representative from the LCC. The incorporation of site visits into the process has
          allowed the LCC to better monitor and support the organizations and programs that
          are funded. A two-page form is utilized to standardize reporting. Grant recipients
          are expected to send representatives to attend a minimum of 7 meetings to be
          eligible for grant funding.



    (5)    Provide administrative expenses (be specific):

                                   EXPENSE                                     COST
            ATOD Coordinator Salary                                          $18,750.00




                                                               TOTAL(S)      $18,750.00




    (6)    Provide summary explanation of amount of any unused dollars from previous
           years: $1,100.00 rolled over from unused funds, from an agency that changed staff
           and chose not to accept the grant.

                When an agency has a grant project director leave, the LCC gives that agency
                the following options:
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          To accept the grant award and carry out the current grant objectives

          To submit a new proposal for the current allocated amount

          Not to accept the grant

          If there is less than 6 months in the grant cycle, and the agency accepts the
          current grant or submits a new grant that is approved, that agency is not
          eligible for the upcoming grant cycle, due to not full filling grant
          requirements, including meeting attendance.


(7)   Additional Comments:

       Grant application request amounts are limited to $2,500

       The LCC grant cycle is in the summer, so the total amount to allocate is from the
       last 6 months of the previous calendar year, and the first 6 months, of the current
       year.

       The LCC Coordinator and Executive Committee have been working with
       County Auditor, Clerk, Judges, and Prosecutor’s Office to create a tracking
       system for the DFCF collections. In 2010, for the first time, we will be able to
       track all collections by the individual courts. The amounts deposited by court
       will be presented as well as other alcohol and drug data at the ATOD Task Force
       annual meeting.

       Since implementing the new system this year, the DFCF collection amounts
       have increased. According to the data for the county, in alcohol charges alone,
       there should be over $100,000 collected in the Floyd County DFCF.

				
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