Our Vision: As a result of Clinton Substance Abuse’s influence, community coalitions in the gateway area will have the support, knowledge, skills,
resources and structure they need to be successful in eliminating substance abuse and related behavioral health issues.
Darryl Waugh, Clinton Landlords Association,GIC Executive Committee
Lettie Posey, Parent/ Concerned Citizen
Randy Meier, Seniors vs. Crime, Clinton County Sheriff’s Office, GIC Executive Commitee
Treasurer & Executive Director
Kristin Huisenga, Executive Director
Dan Boyd, Clinton Middle School Principal
Sharon Hege, Director of Treatment at ASAC/New Directions
Cindy Kaczinski, Coordinator of WIC program, Hillcrest Family Services
Michele Cullen, Community Health Manager, Clinton County Public Health/ Genesis VNA
Eric Dau, Clinton County Communications, CDC Executive Committee
Captain Tom Bohle, Clinton Police Department
Mike Wolf, Clinton County Attorney
Mayor Mark Vulich, Mayor of City of Clinton
It takes a team of dedicated volunteers to support the Clinton Substance Abuse Council. We're fortunate to have some of the best dedicating their time, energy, and expertise to our cause.
The Clinton Substance Abuse Council Board and staff believe it is our responsibility to reduce substance abuse in the gateway area through:
-Maintaining a board-based organizational structure that operates autonomously, making decisions based on the local and regional
needs of the communities we service.
-Providing opportunities for the exchange of information and resources across partnering organizations.
-Offering management of substance abuse and related data, planning processes, and fiscal requirements for our partnering entities.
-Offering non-profit oversite, fundraising, and grant writing to behavioral health projects and coalitions.
-Providing our coalition partners with development tools, resources to be successful, and infrastructure development for sustainability.
-Empowering the behavioral health system in our community with updated substance abuse data, information, and opportunities.
-Ensuring the projects we support use best practices.Type your paragraph here.
Long Term Care
The Clinton Substance Abuse Council (CSAC) began in 1989 as a volunteer coalition concerned with the escalating trend of drug abuse among Clinton youth. Today the organization provides supports to local community coalitions and other related organizations. Its assistance is designed to support communities combat substance abuse related issues, including but not limited to violence, family cohesiveness, parenting skills, etc. CSAC’s role in addressing these issues is through program planning and management, community planning and development, fundraising, and publicity. The Clinton Substance Abuse Council also offers information and referral services, and works to educate the community about substance related issues, and are widely recognized for their understanding of issues and trends and for innovation in programming.
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