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2019Arkansas Prevention SummitPrevention: Shaping the FutureTogetherMay 30-31, 2019Embassy Suites Northwest Arkansas—Hotel, Spa& Convention Center3303 S. Pinnacle Hills ParkwayRogers, AR 72758


2019 Arkansas Prevention SummitSchedule at a glanceDay 18:00 a.m.9:00 a.m.10:00 a.m.10:15 a.m.12:00 p.m.12:50 p.m.1:00 p.m.2:30 p.m.2:45 p.m.4:15 p.m.RegistrationGeneral Session IBreakConcurrent SessionsLunch Plenary SessionBreakConcurrent SessionsBreakConcurrent SessionsSessions ConcludeDay 28:00 a.m. Morning Address9:00 a.m. General Session II10:00 a.m. Break10:15 a.m. Concurrent Sessions12:00 p.m. Lunch Plenary Session1:10 p.m. General Session III2:10 p.m. Break2:20 p.m. Concurrent Sessions3:20 p.m. Sessions Conclude3

2019 Arkansas Prevention Summit ScheduleThursday, May 30, 20198:00 a.m.Registration and Check-InPre-Function AreaGeneral Session I9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Prevention: Shaping the Future TogetherKirk Lane, Arkansas Drug DirectorGeneral Arthur T. Dean, Chairman and CEO Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)General Dean will give an overview of national drug prevention efforts and share a vision for the future.10:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.Break10:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.Concurrent Sessions1A: Interventions to Prevent Adolescent Opioid MisuseAlison Oliveto, Ph.D. Professor and Vice Chair for Research UAMS1B: Trends and Issues in Adolescent VapingNicole Ward, MNSc, RN, APRN, WHNP-BC, Clinical Assistant Professor UAMS College ofNursing1C: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome DisorderAngela L. Kyzer BA, Research Associate UAMS Department of Family & Preventive Medicine.Lunch Plenary Session (Lunch Provided)12:00 p.m.-12:50 p.m. Cultural Diversity: Awareness and InclusionMitchell Moore BAT, SAP, LCDC, ADC III, ACPS12:50 p.m.-1:00 p.m.Break1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.Concurrent Sessions2A: Interventions to Prevent Adolescent Opioid MisuseAlison Oliveto, Ph.D. Professor and Vice Chair for Research UAMS2B: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome DisorderAngela L. Kyzer BA, Research Associate UAMS Department of Family & Preventive Medicine2C: Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Grant Application OverviewJill Weinischke, T.O.U.C.H. Project Coordinator2:30 p.m.-2:45 p.m.Break2:45 p.m.-4:15 p.m.Concurrent Sessions3A: Drug Prevention efforts on College Campuses in ArkansasTrevor Villines, University of Arkansas Associated Student Government3B: EvaluationMitchell Moore BAT, SAP, LCDC, ADC III, ACPS3C: Naloxone: Preventing Death Related to Opioid OverdosePat Brannin and Terry Fuller, Criminal Justice Institute4:15 p.m.Sessions Conclude4

2019 Arkansas Prevention Summit ScheduleFriday, May 31, 2019Morning Address8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Update from The Arkansas State Drug Directors OfficeKirk Lane, Arkansas State Drug DirectorGeneral Session II9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Lessons Learned and Guidance for the Future on MarijuanaHenny Lasley, Chief Executive Officer, SMART Colorado10:00 a.m-10:15 a.m.10:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.BreakConcurrent Sessions4A: E-CIGS: Clearing the SmokeBarbara Kumpe, Arkansas Tobacco Control Coalition and Joyce Raynor, Center for HealingHearts and Spirits4B: Shaping Substance Abuse Programs for Minorities: Focusing on the Hispanic and LatinoYouthDolka Michelle Zelaya, Project Coordinator National Hispanic and Latino PreventionTechnology Transfer Center4C: Suicide PreventionSusie Reece, Executive Director of Suicide Prevention Allies4D: Youth Call for Action (Closed Session)General Arthur T. Dean, Chairman and CEO Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of AmericaLunch Plenary Session (Lunch Provided)12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. Power Prevention Lunch Facilitated by Derrick Newby and Susie Reece1:00 p.m.-1:10 p.m.BreakGeneral Session III1:10 p.m.-2:10 p.m. The Connection Between Infectious Disease and Opioid Misuse in ArkansasMike Cima Ph.D., MPH, Arkansas Department of Health2:10 p.m.-2:20 p.m.Break2:20 p.m.-3:20 p.m.Concurrent Sessions5A: Addressing Tobacco Prevention Among Minority Populations on Historically BlackColleges and UniversitiesRuthie D. Johnson, Project Specialist, Minority Initiative Sub-Recipient Grant Office, UAPB5B: Shaping the Future of Methamphetamine PreventionDet. Tyler Moore, Fayetteville Police Department, Fourth Judicial District Drug Task Force5C: Arkansas Prevention Certification Board OverviewMargaret Morrison, APCB President & Anna Chappell, CPC3:20 p.m. Sessions Conclude-Complete Evaluations and CEU Form5

2019 Arkansas Prevention Summit Keynote SpeakersKirk Lane is the State Drug Director. He began his law enforcement career in 1982. In1986, he went to work for the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office for 22 years rising to the rank ofCaptain. His assignments during this time period include Patrol, Narcotics, Investigations,SWAT, and Honor Guard. In January of 2009, Lane retired from Pulaski County Sheriff’sOffice as the Investigation Division Commander and was appointed the Chief of Police of theBenton Police Department. He has attended the University of Virginia and University ofArkansas at Little Rock. He is a graduate of the Arkansas Law Enforcement Academy, theDrug Enforcement Administration’s Drug Commander’s Academy, and the FBI NationalAcademy 197th session. He currently serves on boards representing Arkansas for theRegional Organized Crime Information Center, and is the Chairman of the Arkansas Chief’sAssociation Legislative Committee. Director Lane also serves on advisory boards for theCriminal Justice Institute, the Arkansas Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP), and theArkansas Alcohol and Drug Coordinating Council. Director Lane is an active member of theArkansas State working group for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention and received the 2012 Marie Interfaith LeadershipAward for his work in this area.General Arthur T. Dean became the Chairman and CEO of Community Anti-DrugCoalitions of America (CADCA) on August 31, 1998. His responsibilities as Chairman andCEO include providing strategic direction, diversifying and increasing funding, leading theboard, being the primary spokesman for the organization and overseeing the operations andpersonnel of CADCA.Before joining CADCA, he spent 31 years in the U.S. Army. He retired on August 31, 1998,at the grade of Major General. During his time in the Army, General Dean served around theworld. He saw combat in the Republic of Vietnam and Saudi Arabia. He was a U.S. Armyand Republic of Vietnam Senior Parachutist and an Army Ranger. He possesses numerousawards with the highest being two awards of the U.S. Army Distinguished Service Medal.General Dean also is the 2016 recipient of the National Conference on Citizenship –prestigious Franklin Award for Citizen of the Year.General Dean has served as a member of numerous boards to include the Executive Council of the Atlanta Area BoyScouts of America; member of the Defense Science Board Human Resources Task Force; chairman of theMultijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT) Advisory Committee; co-chair and member, AdvisoryCommission, Drug Free Communities (DFC) Support Program, Executive Office of the President; member of theNational Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Advisory Council; member of the Executive Committee(EXCOM) of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention; and member, Board of Directors, The Madeira School.He currently serves as a member, National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health (NIH) andCommunity Anti-Drug Coalitions of America Board of Directors, for which he serves as Chairman.General Dean received his undergraduate degree in history from Morgan State University in 1967 and his master’sdegree in management and supervision from Central Michigan University in 1977. He is also a graduate of the StanfordUniversity’s Advanced Management Program and the U.S. Army’s War College.Henny Lasley, Executive Director, is one of the co -founders of Smart Colorado, foundedin 2013, Smart Colorado is the only citizen led non-profit, non-partisan organization focusedsolely on protecting the public health and safety of Colorado youth as marijuana iscommercialized and increasingly available. Smart Colorado provides information to policymakers, parents and adults, youth-serving organizations and the press about the impacts ofcommercialized marijuana. Henny was appointed to the role of Executive Director in 2016.She has been appointed by the State Marijuana Enforcement Division to serve on thestakeholder group focused on rulemaking for labeling and warning statements of marijuanaproducts. Additionally, Henny serves on the State Health Department’s Advisory Committeefor the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey and is an active member of the Denver Partnership forYouth Success coalition. Henny speaks locally, nationally and internationally to health andprevention professionals, as well as policymakers and parents about Colorado’s lessonslearned and about today’s marijuana and marijuana products and the impacts on kids.6

2019 Arkansas Prevention Summit Keynote SpeakersMitchell Moore is a Substance Abuse Professional who communicates very clearsolutions in my own warm, open, caring style, to audiences of all ages. He has extensivetraining in substance abuse prevention with a specialty in tobacco prevention and underagedrinking prevention.He continues to be involved with local, regional, state and national issues improving substanceabuse recovery and prevention.He has extensive experience as an Executive Director of a charitable organization, managingprograms and staff, overseeing statewide initiatives, writing grants, managing performancebased contracts and working with a team of professionals. He has many years of experienceworking with youth in both prevention and recovery settings.Dolka Michelle Zelaya, is a Certified Prevention Specialist through the PreventionCredentialing Consortium of Georgia (PCCG), and she is the Project Coordinator for theNational Hispanic and Latino Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC). Zelaya firmlybelieves in the power of prevention through the extensive use of Evidence-Based Practices,comprehensive policies, we too can help our youth, their families and our communities tobecome healthy and productive.Her seventeen years of experience working in the prevention field with minorities and high-riskpopulations is a vivid proof that prevention works! Zelaya has provided leadership for preventionprograms at local, state and now national levels. From 2016- 2018 she worked at Georgia StateUniversity- School of Social Work and the ¡VIDA-LIFE! program. A health initiative for LatinoYoung Adults to prevent and reduce HIV, substance abuse and Hepatitis C.From 2013 - 2015 Zelaya also, worked as a Director of the Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Prevention Programs; withthe Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, where she successfully providedleadership, direction, and administration of a SAMHSA-funded Statewide Youth Suicide Prevention Project. From 2002to 2012 she worked as a Director of the Prevention Department at the Clinic for Education, Treatment and Prevention ofAddiction (CETPA) gaining expertise on creating, tailoring and implementing prevention programs among the LatinoCommunity. As a youth educator/advocate she has done extensive work with alcohol, tobacco, substance abuse, andpartnered with non-profit organizations, providing training, guidance and managing federal grants at the local/state level,creating community coalitions and task force both locally and statewide. Also, she has worked in a variety of settingsincluding elementary, middle, high schools and universities, prevention clubhouses, summer camps, as well as thoseaffected by suicide, the LGBTQ community, Latino communities, youth community, and military families. Zelaya serveson the Prevention Credentialing Consortium of Georgia and The Latino LINQ, Board of Directors.Mistress of CeremonyAllison Wise of channel 40/29 will serve as the Mistress of Ceremony for the 2019Arkansas Prevention Summit. Ms. Wise is a journalist. She is originally from Louisianaand has been working in Northwest Arkansas for the past five years with 40/29 news. Shewas promoted to Anchor/Reporter after working as the Digital Executive Producer. Shegraduated from Tulane University in New Orleans and moved to Birmingham. Later shemoved to Washington, D.C. along her career path before moving to Northwest Arkansas.In Arkansas she continued her education and enrolled at the University of ArkansasFayetteville. She earned her master’s degree at the University of Arkansas in Journalismin the Spring of 2019. In her career she has earned awards including a Edwards R.Murrow award and two Associated Press awards. Since starting her news career at40/29, she has enjoyed covering stories both on-air and online in Northwest Arkansasand the River Valley. Allison enjoys live music, trying out new restaurants in the area andteaches group fitness and dance class.7

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2019 Arkansas Prevention DirectoryRegion 1 – Benton, Carroll, Madison, WashingtonCountiesQuapaw House, Inc. – (479) 927-2655 Fax: (479) 927-2752Address: 614 E. Emma Avenue, Suite M426Springdale, AR 72764Laurie Reh - lauriereh@quapawhouseinc.orgCodi McCuistion - codimccuistion@quapawhouseinc.orgRegion 2 – Baxter, Boone, Marion, Newton, SearcyNorth Arkansas Partnership for Health EducationAddress: 303 N. MainHarrison, AR 72601Cell: 870-365-6518 Fax: (870) 391-3507Cindy DeWitt – cindy.dewitt@northark.eduRegion 3 – Cleburne, Fulton, Independence, Izard,Jackson, Sharp, Stone, Van Buren, White and WoodruffQuapaw House, Inc. – (501) 745-5640Address: 244 Hwy 65 South, Suite 6, Clinton, AR 72031Margaret Morrison - margaretmorrison@quapawhouseinc.orgRegion 4 – Clay, Craighead, Greene, Lawrence,Mississippi, Poinsett, RandolphCrowley’s Ridge – (870) 933-0033 Fax: (870) 933-0048Address: 2401 Fox Meadows LaneJonesboro, AR 72404Dr. Lisa Perry – lperry@crdcnea.comAddress: 25 Gap RoadBatesville, AR 72501Office: (870) 698-9532Stacy Taylor - stacytaylor@quapawhouseinc.orgRegion 5- Crawford, Franklin, Logan, Polk, Scott,Region 6 – Conway, Faulkner, Johnson, Perry, Pope, YellSebastianCommunity Service Inc. (501) 354-4589 Fax: (501) 354-5410Harbor House - (479) 785-4083 ext. 212 or 204 / Fax: (479) 783 Physical Address: 100 South Cherokee, Morrilton, AR 72110-1914Mailing Address: PO BOX 679, Morrilton, AR 72110Address: 3900 Armour AvenueShannon Cook - scook@cisyouth.comFort Smith, AR 72904Address: 1505 South Oswego AvenueTabitha Fondren - tfondren@recoveryhhi.orgRussellville, AR 72802Katie Priest - kpriest@recoveryhhi.orgOffice: (479) 967-3370 Fax: (479) 967-2775Amy Mellick - amellick@cisyouth.comRegion 7 – Crittenden, Cross, Lee, Monroe, Phillips, St.FrancisCrowley’s Ridge – (870) 298-2249 Fax: (870) 298-2249Address: 593 Highway 243Marianna, AR 72360Kendon Gray - kendon@crdcnea.comCell: (870) 819-7756Region 8 – Clark, Garland, Hot Spring, Montgomery, PikeCHI St. VincentAddress: 1 Mercy Lane Suite 507BHot Springs, AR 71913Lindsay Mulkey – lindsaymulkey@catholichealth.netOffice: (501) 622-4112 (Lindsay) (501) 622-4116 (Katie)Fax: (501) 622-1278Region 9 – Saline, Pulaski, Lonoke, PrairieFamily Service Agency – (501) 372-4242 ext. 752 (Hayse) or753 (Genine)Fax: (501) 372-4758Address: 628 West Broadway Street Suite 300North Little Rock, AR 72114Hayse Miller - hmiller@fsainc.orgGenine Perez - gperez@fsainc.orgRegion 10 – Hempstead, Howard, Lafayette, Little River,Miller, SevierHarbor House – (501) 517-1862Address: 600 Walnut StreetTexarkana, AR 71854Trena Goings - tgoings@recoveryhhi.orgRegion 11 – Calhoun, Columbia, Dallas, Ouachita,Nevada, UnionHarbor House – (870) 901-3551 Fax: (870) 901-3552Address: 124 S. Jackson Street Suite 411Magnolia, AR 71754Alex Smith - asmith@recoveryhhi.orgRegion 12 – Arkansas, Cleveland, Grant, Jefferson,LincolnCommunity Empowerment Council Inc. – (870) 738-8549 or(870) 536-2722Fax: (870) 536-8500Address: 4701 Dollarway RoadPine Bluff, AR 71602Jermaine Anderson – jermaineanderson@cecemp.orgTanishia Lewis – tanishialewis@cecemp.orgRegion 13 – Ashley, Bradley, Chicot, Desha, DrewPhoenix Youth & Family Services – (870) 364-1676 ext. 3Fax: (870) 364-1779Address: 310 North Alabama StreetCrossett, AR 71635Christie Lindsey - clindsey@phoenixyouth.comStatewide Coordinator: UA Little Rock/MidSOUTH Centerfor Prevention & TrainingMidSOUTH Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator Office –501-859-0363Darla Kelsay – djkelsay@midsouth.ualr.eduStephen McElroy – swmcelroy@midsouth.ualr.edu9

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2019 Arkansas Prevention Summit Registration FormThis year registration for this event is free and vendor booths are only 100!Register on our secure site: midsouth.ualr.edu (credit or debit card payments only)Or email, fax or mail this form to:UA Little Rock/MidSOUTH Center for Prevention and Training,2801 S. University Avenue, Dickinson Hall, Suite 622, Little Rock, AR 72204(501) 859-0362 (Phone) (501) 569-3364 (fax)Email: dlnewby@midsouth.ualr.edu or tlmcadoo@midsouth.ualr.eduName: Title:Organization:Address: City/State/Zip:Work Phone: Home or Cell Phone: Fax:Email: How many days will you attend? 1 2Please check concurrent sessions you wish to attend.Thursday, May 30, 2019General Session I - General Arthur T. Dean introduced by Arkansas State DrugDirector, Kirk LaneLunch Plenary— Cultural Diversity: Awareness and Inclusion (Lunch Provided)1A-Interventions to Prevent Adolescent Opioid Misuse1B-Trends and Issues in Adolescent Vaping1C-Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder2A-Interventions to Prevent Adolescent Opioid Misuse3A– Drug Prevention Efforts on College Campuses in Arkansas2B-Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder3B– Evaluation2C–Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Grant Application Overview3C– Naloxone: Preventing Death from Opioid MisuseFriday, May 31, 2019Morning Address: Update from The Arkansas State Drug Directors Office4A-E-CIGS: Clearing the SmokeGeneral Session II—Lessons Learned and Guidance for the Future on Marijuana4B-Shaping Substance Abuse Programs for Minorities: Focusing on the Hispanic andLatino YouthPlenary Session-Lunch– Power Prevention Lunch (Networking event with lunch provided)4C-Suicide PreventionGeneral Session III-The Connections between Infectious Disease and Opioid Misuse5A-Arkansas Addressing Tobacco Prevention Among Minority Populations on HBCUCampuses5B-Shaping the future of Methamphetamine Prevention5C-Arkansas Prevention Certification Board OverviewGender: Male Female Prefer not to discloseDate of Birth / /Race: Caucasian African American Native American Pacific Islander Asian/Pacific IslanderOther:Prefer not to discloseEthnicity: Hispanic or Latino Non Hispanic or Latino Prefer not to disclose11

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programs and staff, overseeing statewide initiatives, writing grants, managing performance- based contracts and working with a team of professionals. He has many years of experience working with youth in both prevention and recovery settings. Dolka Michelle Zelaya, is a Certified Prevention Specialist through the Prevention