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SUP Coalition Meeting Minutes

april 2017

Sherburne County Substance Use Prevention Coalition

Meeting Minutes

April 19, 2017

9:00 a.m.

Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Operations Center


Coalition Members Present: 

Roxanne Schreder, Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office

Amber Jochem, MN Adult and Teen Challenge

Jennifer Pim, Sherburne County Attorney’s Office

Dan Bradley, Sherburne County Community Corrections

Joel Brott, Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office

Jenilee Telander, Regional Prevention Coordinator

Angie Charboneau-Folch, Big Lake High School

Francine Kosse, Fairview Behavioral Health Services

Amanda Larson called the meeting to order at approximately 9:05 a.m. Introductions were made.


Amanda requested approval of the minutes from the March 15, 2017 meeting. Francine Kosse made a motion to approve the minutes, which was seconded by Dan Bradley. All were in favor.


Amanda asked for any additions or changes to the proposed agenda, none were made. Francine made a motion to approve the agenda, which was seconded by Jennifer Pim. All were in favor.


Consent Agenda

Financial update was completed by Angie Charboneau-Folch and Roxanne Schreder:

  • Of the current budget of $134,333.87, we have approximately $79,263.81 remaining in the grant.

  • Current in-kind donations documented through March 2017: $63,486.14.


Information Sharing/Agency Updates


Families First Movie Night (Angie Charboneau-Folch)

  • Angie advised Big Lake High School hosted a Families First movie night last Thursday and showed “The Other Side of Cannabis”. Three teachers attended the event and there was good conversation following the movie.


SAPST Training (Amber Jochem)

  • Amber attended the week long SAPST training in St. Cloud and she discussed what she learned at the training. A couple of takeaways included the importance of asking why and getting to the bottom of the problem, and also that we need to get buy in from stakeholders.


Prevention for Teens Program (Melissa DeLisle)

  • Melissa mentioned a Prevention for Teens program through the Monticello location. It is a two day program to get one-on-one services for kids 12-18 years old. The cost is $100 self-pay. The family is part of the process as well. She provided a handout with more information.  


Volunteer & Training Opportunities (Roxanne Schreder)

  • “Back the Blue & Support Your Local Hero’s” Saturday, May 27, from 9:00-4:00 at Viking Land Harley-Davidson in Sauk Rapids, MN. Looking to get volunteers for the Hidden in Plain Sight exhibit and SUP booth for four hours. Let Roxanne know if you are interested.


  • CADCA Mid-Year – Atlanta, GA, July 23-27. About 20 students from Becker’s DREAM Team have asked for applications. 8 students and 2 adults will be able to go. Angie, Jennifer, and Jayme Swenson will review all applications. Let Roxanne know if you are interested in going as an adult chaperone.


Survey Results (Roxanne Schreder)


Meeting Logistics Survey

  • A survey was sent out to make sure the current meeting date/time/location still works, and it does. No meeting in July.


Prescription Drug Disposal Survey

  • Sent out a survey to all Sherburne County pharmacies to see if they would continue to provide info on our prescription drop boxes. Five retailers responded and four advised they would like to have something to give out.

  • Discussion was had on ordering more disposal site magnets and including Princeton’s location (1000 magnets was $384 last time). Rox will have Alicia send out a volunteer request for members to approach their pharmacies.

  • The survey also asked about putting up permanent signage. Rox asked members to provide suggestions about how it would work in the pharmacies they go to. Melissa commented that many do not have wall space to display a poster.

  • Angie suggested including an educational piece about why it is important to dispose of the drugs properly.

  • Melissa also suggested asking healthcare providers to put posters in the patient exam rooms.


County Compliance Check Policy


  • Roxanne advised the county has not updated the ordinance process for many years, but they are now in the process of doing so. Jennifer advised that the County Attorney’s Office, HHS, and the Sheriff’s Office are working together. Currently, there are no clear consequences or guidelines for non-compliance.

  • Angie commented on how Edina is working to raise the age for tobacco sales to 21.


Sticker Shock


  • Dan advised four liquor stores have committed to Sticker Shock – Briggs, Beck’s Pub, SAFE Discount Liquor, and Uptown Liquor.

  • Three liquor stores in Becker have declined.

  • Melissa advised Frontier Liquor manger sounded interested and she asked if Alicia could follow-up with the owner.

  • Westbound Liquor confirmed participation and asked for Northbound to be done at the same time.

  • Amber advised a follow-up should be done at Lake Liquors as they also sounded interested.

  • Deadline for commitment is April 21. Dan and Alicia will work to coordinate dates and volunteers.

  • Dan volunteered to approach Sand Dunes Spirits.


Thank Retailers

  • Newspaper ads will be published to thank participating businesses.

  • Each business will be presented with a framed certificate as well. Suggestion was made that the certificate should explain what was accomplished and how many years they have participated.

  • Thank you card as well.

SUP Strategic Plan


Revised Objectives

The Executive Board met and reviewed proposed changes to the Strategic Plan.


Note: The Strategic Plan addresses our target substances with long-term, intermediate, and short-term objectives to ensure we are making an impact on youth substance use in our community.  


Rox handed out the revised plan to all members. Discussion was had about the future focus for the coalition. Concerns about marijuana were mentioned due to recent incidents on social media. The coalition and Big Lake Police Department’s Facebook pages have received numerous negative comments on the misperceptions of marijuana video. Will need to work on obtaining community support through education and awareness.


Other Business

  • Sheriff Brott recommended presenting the Annual Report to the County Board. He will look into the May 2 meeting. Coalition members are welcome to attend. There are three new board members this year. Angie suggested doing the city council meetings as well. Baldwin Township advised they would like an update – possibly at a quarterly township association meeting this fall.

  • April is National Volunteer Appreciation Month. Rox thanked all of the volunteers on the coalition. Two prizes were given out to coalition members as a thank you.


Meeting was adjourned at 10:15 a.m.


Next Meeting: Wednesday, May 17th at 9:00 a.m. in the Sheriff’s Office Emergency Operations Center.

Victoria Holbert, Retired Resident

Kasey Mol, CMMHC

Melissa DeLisle, CMMHC

Amanda Larson, Sherburne County HHS

Alison Miller, Sherburne County HHS

Chad Rhoads, CMMHC

Marsha Reinking, RSVP Volunteer

Amanda Martin, Sherburne County HHS

Minutes from previous coalition meetings are available upon request.
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