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The Coalition consists of members from twelve different sectors of the community.  The sectors and the sector representatives are listed below:

  • Law Enforcement 
    Lt. David Greer, Tehama County Sheriff’s Department (retired)
    Officer Lela Martinez, Red Bluff Police Department
    Officer Matt Coker, Red Bluff Police Department
  • Education
    Barbara Thomas, Principal, Salisbury High School
  • Civic & Volunteer Organizations
    Richard Muench, Rotary Club
  • Media
    OPEN
  • Healthcare
    Sharon Sinclair, PHN, RN, BSN – Health Consultant
    Carol James, CCMA-C, Rolling Hills Clinic, Red Bluff
  • Youth
    Abee Soto, College Student
    Lachlan Dean, High School Student
    Abby James, High School Student
    David Pearce, High School Student
  • Religious/Fraternal Organization
    Rod Thompson, MFT, PPS & Retired Pastor of First Church of God
  • Youth-Serving Organization
    Yuliana Moreno, Prevention Specialist, County Coordinator for Friday Night Live & Club Live
    Dusty Jobe, Mentor Coordinator, Tehama County Police Activities League (PAL)
  • Parents
    Connie Sabo - Drug & Alcohol Counselor, Aegis Treatment Center
  • State or Local Substance Abuse Organization
    Phillip Hernandez, Tehama County Health Services Agency, Director of Drug & Alcohol Division
    Adam Zuccator, TCHSA, Supervisor, Substance Use Recovery Services
  • Business
    OPEN
The Coalition has two staff members:  Karin Matray, Program Director, and Ulanda Hinkston, Project Coordinator.
 
In addition to attending monthly meetings, Coalition members participate in workgroups that meet to plan specific activities and events.  There are currently 5 workgroups:
  • School-based Prevention
  • Community Engagement
  • Media
  • Data Collection & Evaluation
  • Sustainability.

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Become a Coalition Member!

Coalition meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month from 3:30 – 5:00 pm at the Drug & Alcohol Division of the Tehama County Health Services Agency, located at 1850 Walnut St., Bldg. G – Antelope Creek Room.  The meetings are open to the public, and all are invited to come and share their ideas.

Membership Application:

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If you prefer a more limited commitment, you can participate in one or more work groups that meet as needed to develop strategies and plan activities in a specific area.   We currently have five work groups:

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School-based Prevention

Develops and implements strategies for educating school boards, administrators, staff, parents and students about drug use and prevention

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Community Engagement

Works to develop strategies that will lead to long-term involvement of community organizations in prevention efforts.
 
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Media

Helps prepare press releases, newsletters and other communication to promote activities sponsored by the Coalition.
 
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Data Collection & Evaluation

Develops and implements data collection methods and tools for evaluating youth drug use and the effectiveness of Coalition activities.
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Sustainability 

Develops strategies to ensure that the Coalition sustains its membership and volunteer base and has the necessary resources to meet its objectives.

If you are interested in joining the Coalition as a Member or Volunteer, please complete the appropriate application below.  If you have questions, please contact Ulanda Hinkston, the Program Coordinator, HERE or at (530) 528-7356.

 

BROCHURETop of Page

Check out our Brochure! Click here to view and print.