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Drug Prevention Coordinator
 
 
 
The Brown County Board of Mental Health & Addiction Services (Board) is responsible for assessing, funding, planning, evaluating, and monitoring the mental health and substance use disorder needs, services and recovery supports for Brown County and collaborating with other government, schools and community members to ensure a full continuum of care is met. The Board works closely with the Coalition for a Drug Free Brown County (Coalition) to address the opiate epidemic and its impact on Brown County. The Coalition has developed a plan to address the epidemic through treatment, prevention, harm reduction, and supply reduction. The VISTA position will help both the Board and the Coalition move this work forward. The Coordinator will help the Coalition seek funding opportunities, develop drug education materials, conduct community surveys, participate in research and data collection, plan and participate in community events and collaborate with county agencies and organizations. The Coordinator will work to determine gaps in substance use disorder treatment, prevention, and supports and propose programming to fill these gaps. The Coordinator will work closely with Brown County school districts to encourage drug prevention activities and programs and to support existing prevention programs. The Coordinator will work to enhance existing collaboration between county entities and to create new partnerships with organizations and individuals. They will seek input from individuals in Recovery to determine what we can do better to meet their treatment and recovery needs.
 
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This listing is currently not accepting applications.




Member Duties : The Drug Prevention Coordinator will assist the Brown County Board of MHAS (Board) and the Coalition for a Drug Free Brown County (Coalition) in addressing the opioid epidemic and its impact on Brown County. The Coordinator will work closely with the Coalition to move the already developed plan forward addressing treatment, prevention, harm reduction and supply reduction. Activities will include: researching and applying for funding opportunities, assisting community organizations in data collection and analyses of drug treatment and prevention programming, recruiting peer specialists, planning and participating in community events, writing white papers, conduct community surveys, planning and participating in community drug education events, identifying gaps in addiction services/supports and proposing programming to fill the gaps, and collaborating with schools and organizations to promote drug free prevention activities.
 
Program Benefits : Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend ,  Health Coverage* ,  Training ,  Living Allowance ,  Relocation Allowance . 
 
 
*For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare
 
Terms :
Permits working at another job during off hours ,  Car recommended ,  Permits attendance at school during off hours . 
 
Service Areas :
None
 
Skills :
Conflict Resolution ,  Community Organization ,  Youth Development ,  Public Health ,  Writing/Editing ,  Recruitment ,  Public Speaking ,  Team Work ,  Social Services ,  Fund raising/Grant Writing ,  Education ,  General Skills ,  Computers/Technology ,  Leadership ,  Communications . 
 
 
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SUMMARY
Program Type:
AmeriCorps VISTA

Program
Drug Prevention Coordinator

Program Start/End Date
08/24/2018  -   08/23/2019

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
Associates degree (AA)

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  None

Program Locations OHIO  

Accepting Applications
From  05/30/2018  To  06/29/2018 

Contact Deanna Vietze
85 Banting Dr
Georgetown   OH   45121
937-378-3504
dvietze@bcmhas.org
 
AmeriCorps VISTA

Listing ID 79392


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