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SUP Coalition Meeting Minutes


Sherburne County Substance Use Prevention Coalition

Meeting Minutes

August 17, 2016

9:00 a.m.

Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Operations Center


Coalition Members Present:

Lindsey Smith, Metro Regional Prevention Coordinator

Angie Charboneau-Folch, Big Lake High School

Amanda Martin, Sherburne County Health & Human Services

Chad Rhodes, Central MN Mental Health Center

Dan Bradley, Sherburne County Community Corrections

Victoria Holbert, Retired Resident

Francine Kosse, Fairview Behavioral Health Services

Frank Rice, Retired Resident

Amanda Larson, Sherburne County Health & Human Services

Alicia Klepsa, SUP Coalition Coordinator

Roxanne Schreder, Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office



Meeting was called to order by Amanda Larson at 9:05 am. Introductions were made.


A motion to approve the June SUP meeting minutes was made by Dan Bradley, and seconded by Francine Kosse.


A motion to approve the proposed agenda was made by Francine, and seconded by Frank Rice.


Financial review was completed by Dan Bradley:

  • Of the current budget of $125,000, we have $38,257.80 remaining

  • $1,322.64 is remaining from the carryover amount of $31,915

  • Current in-kind donations documented is $127,029.07


*** Please complete output logs and provide to Roxanne!


Agency Updates:

  • County Wide Safe Schools Meeting tomorrow at 9 am. Dan and Alicia will present on SUP to inform a larger audience.

  • Angie – Michelle Chabot has received a different job and is resigning from her teaching position at Big Lake High School, including as SAFE Squad Advisor. It is unknown who will take over the advisor position.

  • Alicia – Judy Johnson has been working hard to get the Elk River School District involved in SUP Youth Leadership Councils. After discussing the opportunity further with administration, it will be one group that covers Zimmerman, Elk River and Rogers’s Schools. (Rogers is outside of Sherburne County, so any costs associated with their school will be covered by the district.)  The goal is to have 3-4 prevention activities completed during the school year.

    • Judy asked a few of the students that presented at the SUP Retreat to help present to school administrators and SRO’s this fall about SUP and the opportunities it provides for youth.

  • Roxanne – Sheriff Brott and County Attorney Heaney attended the Clear Lake City Council meeting on Monday, August 15th where the Social Host Ordinance was passed. All seven cities in Sherburne County now have a Social Host Ordinance, in addition to the county-wide ordinance.

    • Our office will begin an employee only quarterly newsletter – highlighting different things, including what SUP does to help educate and inform our department further of the positives that the coalition is doing in the community.

  • Alicia – Has been working with Families First Sherburne County, a collaboration of community agencies, to plan Fall Parent Awareness Nights in the schools. 

    • Name of Event - Kids Safe: Parent Awareness Night (topics to include):

      • Internet safety/cyberbullying/human trafficking

      • Chemical use

      • Mental health/suicide

  • Have Hidden in Plain Sight (HIPS) available for parents to view (Open at 6 pm and keep open an extra half hour afterward – main presentation from 6:30 – 8:00 pm)

  • Schedule for upcoming events was provided. There will be 6 presentations throughout the county at various schools. 

  • Zimmerman – Thursday, September 22nd

  • Big Lake – Monday, September 26th

  • Princeton – Monday, October 24th

  • Becker – Tuesday, November 1st or Thursday, November 3rd

  • Elk River and Rogers – TBD


Volunteers will be needed to help with HIPS. Please contact Alicia if this is of interest to you.


Lindsay Smith – Prevention Strategies Review

  • Reviewed various information including:

    • Strategic Prevention Framework

    • The 7 Community Strategies for Change

    • Understanding environmental factors and approaches

    • Logic model review and how those strategies are related to the identified problem and local conditions and how outcomes occur

    • Discussion regarding local conditions of alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs was had with the coalition.


Meeting adjourned at 10:30 am.


Next Meeting: Wednesday, September 21st at 9:00 a.m. in the Sheriff’s Office Emergency Operations Center.

Minutes from previous coalition meetings are available upon request.
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