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Mission: To foster a healthy, safe and productive County through the reduction of substance abuse.

 

 

Vision: Communities without substance abuse.

 

Download our Latest Newsletter - Published September 2011

 

ASAP's
Summer Newsletter

 

 

 

 

Name

Postion

Phone

Mark Shea Project Director 207-498-9952
Bethany Zell Developmental Asset Educator 207-551-4284
Robyn Holdsworth Prevention Educator 207-551-9545

 

 

ASAP Member and Partner Policy

Purpose: To define and track ASAP membership and to provide members and partners with up to date information regarding the coalition.

Membership

Procedure: Person Responsible: ASAP Project Assistant

1. To become a member of ASAP, individuals must:

  • Represent or belong to a community organization
  • Complete the ASAP member/partner application
  • Attend a minimum of 75% of ASAP Coalition meetings (there will be 4 coalition meetings per year (Note: a member representative can send an alternate to a meeting if he cannot attend).

2. A membership renewal notice will be sent to all members annually at the beginning of the calendar year via email. A follow-up email will be sent to those that do not respond. Failure to respond after the second notice will result in removal from the coalition membership list.

3. Member/partner forms will be maintained at one of the ASAP offices.

4. Members who do not attend the minimum number of ASAP Coalition meetings will be moved from member to partner status and will receive notification of the change in writing.

Member Benefits:

1. Voting privileges

2. Organization listed on ASAP website

3. Opportunity to join and participate on ASAP Project Committees

4. Access to mini-grant funding (when available)

5. Access to ASAP resource materials and list serves

6. Access to Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America resource materials

7. Access to collaboration and inclusion in funding opportunities.

8. Training and workshop opportunities

Partnership

Procedure: Person Responsible: ASAP Project Assistant

1. To become a partner with ASAP, individuals must:

  • Complete the ASAP member/partner application
  • Participate in one ASAP event or activity per year

2. A membership renewal notice will be sent to all partners annually at the beginning of the calendar year via email. A follow-up email will be sent to those that do not respond. Failure to respond after the second notice will result in removal from the coalition list.

3. Member/partner forms will be maintained at one of the ASAP offices.

Partner Benefits:

1. Access to mini-grant funding (when available)

2. Access to ASAP resource materials and list serves

3. Access to Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America resource materials

4. Access to collaboration and inclusion in funding opportunities

5. Training and workshop opportunities

6. Opportunity to join and participate on ASAP Project Committees