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Meeting of the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) National Advisory Council (NAC) SAMHSA Headquarters Great Falls Conference Room August 26, 2015 10:00a.m.- 3:30p.m .
MORNING AGENDA 10:00 a.m. Welcome, Introductions, and Opening Remarks Frances M. Harding, Director, CSAP, and Chair, CSAP NAC 10:15 a.m. Discussion with Acting SAMHSA Administrator Kana Enomoto, Acting Administrator, SAMHSA 11:00 a.m. Break 11:10 a.m. Program Update: Aligning substance abuse and mental illness prevention within the context of overall healthcare: CSAP Expert Panel - CSAP Staff; Kathy Reynolds, Council Member 12:00 p.m. Lunch on Own
CSAP National Advisory Council Meeting Welcome, Introductions, and Opening Remarks Frances M. Harding, Director, CSAP and Chair, CSAP NAC
Discussion with Acting SAMHSA Administrator Kana Enomoto, Acting Administrator, SAMHSA
CSAP National Advisory Council Meeting Break
Program Update: Aligning substance abuse and mental illness prevention within the context of overall healthcare CSAP Staff; Kathy Reynolds Council Member
AFTERNOON AGENDA 1:15 p.m. Program Update: Aligning substance abuse and mental illness prevention within the context of overall healthcare- CSAP Expert Panel, Continued - CSAP Staff; Kathy Reynolds, Council Member 1:45 p.m. CSAP Grants- Discussion - Ruth Satterfield, Council Member 2:15 p.m. Presentation: UNITE to Face Addiction Tom Coderre, Senior Advisor to the Administrator, SAMHSA 2:30 p.m. Break 2:45 p.m. National Heroin Task Force - Ms. Harding 3:00 p.m. Approval of April 2015 Meeting Minutes Matthew J. Aumen, Designated Federal officer, CSAP NAC 3:10 p.m. Public Comment Period 3:20 p.m. Closing Remarks 3:30 p.m. Adjournment
Program Update: Aligning substance abuse and mental illness prevention within the context of overall healthcare CSAP Expert Panel, Continued CSAP Staff; Kathy Reynolds Council Member
CSAP National Advisory Council Meeting Given what we have heard from the Expert Panel, on their scope of their work and product(s), what gaps do you see in: a) Linking of addiction prevention and treatment to primary care? b) Training for Preventionists? c) Other gaps?
CSAP National Advisory Council Meeting What might the CSAP NAC do to address the gaps in: a) Linking of addiction prevention and treatment to primary care? b) Training for Preventionists? c) Other gaps ?
CSAP National Advisory Council Meeting How would you prioritize the potential CSAP NAC Integration Project identified in Question 2?
CSAP Grants Discussion Ruth Satterfield, Council Membe r
Presentation: UNITE to Face Addiction Tom Coderre, Senior Advisor to the Administrator, SAMHSA
NAC Briefing August 2015
What is UNITE to Face Addiction? A grassroots constituency has developed over the last 15 years that is organized to speak out about: Addiction prevention, treatment and recovery Criminal justice reform Health equity Ending deadly drug overdoses and suicides
CSAP National Advisory Council Meeting Over 250 organizations and tens of thousands of individuals are coming together, uniting Americans from all walks of life to face addiction and stand up for recovery on the National Mall on October 4 th
CSAP National Advisory Council Meeting Broadening our Base: By reaching out to communities of faith, LGBTQ, Latino, African American, labor, and more, UNITE to Face Addiction will demonstrate how addiction solutions benefit all Americans.
Why 2015? The Affordable Care Act has ushered in a new era – alcohol and other drug problems are treated on equal footing with other health conditions. Recognition across the political spectrum that current rates of incarceration, including for alcohol and other drug related offenses, can’t be sustained and that they are harmful to families and communities. Heightened awareness of the opiate overdose epidemic. A growing recognition of the impact of discrimination towards people with substance use disorders and the need to dismantle legal and societal manifestations of discrimination.
Why Now? We know that addiction is preventable, treatable, and that people can and do get well. Until now, the great majority of people connected to addiction have remained silent. The opioid epidemic and spike in overdose deaths require a response and provide an opportunity to engage policy makers and the public to find solutions.
When: Sunday, October 4, 2015 from 4:00 – 8:00 pm Where: Washington Monument grounds Other associated events: Thursday, October 1 st Department of Education forum Saturday, October 3 rd pre-event gathering their Ancillary Events
Program starting to come together… • The event will feature musical performances by Joe Walsh, Steven Tyler with his Nashville-based band, Loving Mary, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, The Fray, and John Rzeznik of the Goo Dolls; powerful, inspirational speakers from all walks of life who have been affected by addiction; and remarks by celebrities, elected officials and other advocates who will join together to change the conversation around, and bring new solutions to, the addiction crisis in America. • “Together we must find solutions to the addiction crisis and put a face on the hope that survivors offer,” said health expert and television host Dr. Mehmet Oz, in a PSA in support of the event. Other notable individuals who have already embraced and endorsed this event include Congresswoman Mary Bono, Miss USA 2006 Tara Conner, Congressman Patrick Kennedy, Author & Activist Christopher Kennedy Lawford, Author & TV Host Pat O’Brien, Entrepreneur and Music Producer Russell Simmons, former Major League Baseball Star Darryl Strawberry, Best-Selling Author William Cope Moyers, Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld, Former Astronaut Steve Oswald and many more .
Opportunities to Support UNITE Three Ways You Can Help: 1. Spread the Word / Pre-Event Publicity Internally 2. Attend Ancillary events 3. Show up on October 4 th
CONTACT: TOM CODERRE | Senior Advisor, SAMHSA | 240.276.2581 | Tom.Coderre@samhsa.hhs.gov
CSAP National Advisory Council Meeting Break
National Heroin Task Force Frances M. Harding, Director, CSAP, and Chair, CSAP NAC
Approval of April 2015 Meeting Minutes Matthew J. Aumen, Designated Federal Officer, CSAP NAC
Public Comment Period
Closing Remarks Frances M. Harding, Director, CSAP, and Chair, CSAP NAC
CSAP National Advisory Council Meeting Adjournment
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