2013 Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) Communities that Care Award
ROSC (Recovery Oriented Systems of Care) – Communities that Care Award will honor outstanding individuals or groups whose work has successfully created, enhanced, or promoted organizational change, effective collaborative practices, and promote healthy living.
The Albion Community Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (ACSAPC) and Substance Abuse Prevention Services (SAPS) welcomes nominations on behalf of government officials, community leaders, law enforcement professionals, child welfare workers, court professionals, medical personnel, educators, treatment providers, prevention experts, probation and corrections officers, youth serving organizations, youth, and others who provide services to drug endangered children and their families in our community.
Download a pdf for hand submitted entries.
Communities That Care Award Criteria:
2013 Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC)
“COMMUNITIES THAT CARE” AWARD PROGRAM
The 2013 ROSC “Communities that Care” Awards honors outstanding individuals or groups whose work has successfully created, enhanced, or promoted organizational change, effective collaborative practices, and promote healthy living.”
All entries are due by Monday, October 21, 2013.
The Communities that Care award was established in 2012 by the Coalition, SAPS and then the Mayor’s Youth Council. More than five individuals and organizations were honored last year. They include:
- Advocate Recovery Award – Al Henson, Joy Faye Caldwell
- Recovery Support Award – Albion Ministerial Alliance
- Gerald MacQueen Law Enforcement Award – Detective Jason Kern, Chief Scott Kipp
- Joe Domingo Outstanding Youth Leadership Award – Johntaj Wallance, Sherri Bridges
- Healthy Lifestyles Quality of Life Award – Albion Health and Wellness Action Team
- Albion Systems Change Award – Albion Forks Center
- National Medicine Awareness Award – Parks Pharmacy
- Liz Frazier Cultural Diversity Award – Robina Quale-Leach
- John Shedd Distinguished Youth Award and Adult Award – Terrence Byrd and Brad Shedd