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Tuesday, May 16th from 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Peaslee Building, Sandwich Fairgrounds, Sandwich, NH

Carroll County community organizations and other stakeholders have been working together to address the challenges of substance use disorders across Carroll County since our Community Forum in 2015.

Learn about the programs and services that are now in place and offer your voice on how we can move forward from here to continue to address the gaps and barriers that still exist. 

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 AGENDA
(subject to change)


9:00                Information Booth Set-up

9:30-10:00     Registration
                       
Michelle Ward, C3PH Program Assistant & Carrol County Citizen Corps

                        Light Breakfast
                       
Big Dave’s Bagels & Deli

10:00-10:30    Welcome                                             
                        Chief Doug Wyman, Sandwich Police Chief                                       
             
          Video Address from United States Senator Jeanne Shaheen

                       Opening Remarks
                       
Emily BensonPublic Health Advisory Council  Coordinator,
                       Carroll County Coalition for Public Health

10:30-11:15    Safety and Law Enforcement

  • Jason Henry: Superintendent, Carroll County House of Corrections
  • Chief Doug Wyman: Sandwich Police Chief
  • Chief Andy Shagoury: 1st Vice President, NH Chiefs of Police Association
  • Lance Zack: Executive Director, White Mountain Restorative Justice
  • Michaela Andruzzi: Carroll County Attorney, Felonies First Program

 11:20-12:05    Healthcare

  • Kristi LeTendre: Director of Clinical Services, Tri-County Community Action Program
  • Suzanne Thistle, MA, MLDAC: VP/Executive Director, Whitehorse Addiction Center, Inc., Intensive Outpatient Programs
  • Sue Ruka,  Director of Population Health,  New LIfe Program at Memorial Hospital
  • Sue Hill, LPN: Saco River Medical Group, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Julie Everett Hill, RN: Director of Operations, White Mountain Community Health Center, Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
  • Mary Croasdale: Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Northern Human Services

 12:05-12:45    LUNCH 
                         The Corner House Inn
                         Video Address from United States Senator Maggie Hassan

12:45-1:30      Education

  • Charlie Mulcahy: Student Assistance Professional, Kennett Middle and High Schools
  • Matt Tetreault: Guidance, Tuftonboro Central School; School to Career Coordinator, Governor Wentworth Regional School District
  • Zachary Porter: Program Director, Kingswood Youth Center
  • Barbara Ross: Coordinator, Family Connections Resource Center, Children Unlimited, Inc., Trauma-Informed Care
  • Trisha Jacobson: Teen Clinic Coordinator, White Mtn. Community Health Center

 1:35-2:20      Government

  • April Allin: Region 7 Integrated Delivery Network Program Manager, NH’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) 1115 Waiver Program
  • Ed Butler: NH State Representative, Carroll County District 7
  • Chris Scott: Policy Advisor to Senator Jeanne Shaheen 
  • James Vara, Esq: Governor Sununu’s Advisor on Addiction and Behavioral Health
  • Amanda Bevard, Carroll County Commissioner

 2:20-2:30       BREAK 
                        Village Green Café and Market

 2:30-3:15      Community Supports

  • Janice Spinney: President, Washington Valley Supports Recovery
  • Eric Moran: Recovery Resource Center Manager, Whitehorse Addiction Center 
  • Rose Normandin: Families Advocating Substance Treatment, Education and Recovery (F.A.S.T.E.R.) Facilitator
  • Doreen Shockley: Director of Programs and Services, Granite Pathways, Regional Access Point Services

 3:20-4:00      Wrap-up, Next Steps and Evaluations

  • Health Promotion and Prevention
  • Early Intervention and Identification
  • Treatment
  • Recovery and Supports

  On behalf of the citizens and communities of Carroll County, we want to extend our deepest
appreciation to the following generous 
sponsors, funders and community partners (listed in alphabetical order):

 Big Dave’s Bagels and Deli
Carroll County Coalition for Public Health, an initiative of Granite United Way
Corner House Inn
Huggins Hospital
Memorial Hospital
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
New Hampshire Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services
Sandwich Fair Association
Sandwich Police Department/Town of Sandwich
7-Eleven
United Site Services
Village Green Café & Market
White Mountain Restorative Justice Center
Wolfeboro Park & Recreation Department