September 22, 2023
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Local Alcohol and Drug Planning Committee (LADPC)

The Local Alcohol and Drug Planning Committee consists of 9 -13 members serving 3-year terms. The Committee: (1) Evaluates the need for alcohol and substance abuse programs in Jackson County, (2) Reviews requests for funds and proposed budgets from potential providers of alcohol and substance abuse services, (3) Recommends to the County Commissioners regarding the use of the County's State Alcohol funds, and (4) With the Jackson County Health and Human Services Department, other agencies, and groups identifies needs and establishes priorities for local alcohol and substance abuse services.

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To apply for a committee, please complete our online committee application or download the PDF and mail your application to us.

Meeting Minutes

Name  Title  Term Begin  Term End 
Jack Adkins  Member  07/01/2023 06/30/2026
Tiffany Atkinson Member  07/01/2023 06/30/2026
Courtney Olcott Member  07/01/2023 06/30/2026
Kiki Parker-Rose Member 07/01/2023 06/30/2026
Ricardo Gutierrez Member  07/12/2023 06/30/2026
Rosemary Jernigan  Member  07/01/2023 06/30/2026
Mary Wallis Member 01/05/2022 06/30/2024
Brandon Orr Member  07/01/2022 06/30/2025
Michael O'Malley Member 07/01/2022 06/30/2025
Heather Philp  Member  07/01/2022 06/30/2025
Nick Reiten  Member  07/01/2023 06/30/2026
Sara Smith  Vice-Chair 07/01/2023 06/30/2026
Justin Hon Member 08/12/2023 06/30/2026
Recorded Meetings LADPC

October Local Alcohol and Drug Monthly Meeting (LADPC)

October Local Alcohol and Drug Monthly Meeting (LADPC)

This month’s meeting focuses on two topics, Rogue Retreats efforts to help the homeless in our community and how HIV Alliance approaches case management thru peer-delivered services.

LADPC Meeting Aug 26, 2020

LADPC Meeting Aug 26, 2020

Local Jurisdictions and Community Resource organizations joined together to share expertise and experience concerning drug and alcohol programs in our community.