On behalf of the California School Resource Officers’ Association (CSROA), the Stanislaus County Office of Education, City of Modesto Police Department, Stanislaus Behavioral Health and Recovery Services and California State University Stanislaus, hosted 2019 Drug Symposium: From Vaping to Edibles to Opioids on September 19, 2019.
Local and National news media continue to report the negative impact drugs has in our schools and communities. Recent deaths and hospitalizations for vaping and opioids have been widely reported in the media. School administrators continue to struggle with edibles and other marijuana products while trying to keep opioids out of schools and the hands of juveniles. This symposium was developed to share information on research, trends and most importantly, school and community strategies for prevention and intervention.
The partnering agencies and CSROA thanks you for your attendance and further actions to reduce the negative impact drugs have on our community. The following agenda provides links and resources provided by our workshop presenters. Please contact kbarber [ahtsym] stancoe [dhotsym] org (subject: 2019%20Drug%20Symposium) (Kym Barber )(email) or phone: (209) 238-1510 for more information.
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8:00 Welcome and Conference Objectives
Dr. Suzanne Whitehead, Professor, California State University, Stanislaus
Travis Whitehead, Substance Abuse Counselor, Stanislaus Recovery Center
Tammy Cooper, Clinical Education Manager, American Medical Response
10:15 Breakout Session One
Charmaine Monte and Elizabeth Escalante, TUPE Coordinators, Stanislaus County Office of Education
Jim Rokaitis, Prevention Consultant, Stanislaus Behavioral Health and Recovery Services
Cynthia Langgle, Assistant Principal of Supervision and Attendance, Modesto City School District
C. Youth Drug Use – Etiology and Factors - CRAFFT Screening Interview Tool
Dr. Dianne Vargas, Professor, California State University, Stanislaus
11:30 Lunch and Exhibitor Tables
- Aegis Treatment Centers
- California Healthy Kids Resource Center
- Modesto Police Department-WAKEUP Program
- Golden Valley Health Centers
- Safe Kids Stanislaus
- Stanislaus County HSA-Tobacco Prevention Program
- Stanislaus County Office of Education, TUPE Program
12:45 Breakout Session Two
Investigator Jacob Mertz, City of Modesto Police Department
Investigator Michael Rokaitis, City of Modesto Police Department
Officer Martin Lemus, city of Modesto Police Department
C. Tiered Approach for Planning Substance Use Intervention Strategies - Universal Programs (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3)
Dr. Dianne Vargas, Professor
California State University, Stanislaus
2:15 Drug Addiction and the Link to Human Trafficking: A Perspective from the Streets
Officer Aaron Jones, Riverside Police Department
3:40 Pebbles in the Pond
3:50 Closing Comments – A Call to Action