SHIAWASSEE COUNTY

TO COME We decided to start this FAN Detroit chapter---the first one within the city--to assist family members whose loved ones struggle with addiction. Our goal is to educate and provide resources so that people can help individuals with substance use disorders.

MONTHLY MEETING

NEW LOCATION


TK1st Thursday of the Month
TK5:30 p.m.
 

TKPlace of Meeting

TKAddress of Meeting

TKDetroit, MI 48204 

All are welcome to attend.
(Children 10 and older please.)
 
CONTACT US:
XXX-XXX-XXXX

shiawassee@familiesagainstnarcotics.org

EXECUTIVE BOARD

EXECUTIVE BOARD

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Doug was born and raised in Durand, Michigan, and is currently serving his 26th year with the Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office. His career began as a road patrol deputy and he was promoted to sergeant in 2001. Doug is responsible for all employee training and fleet requirements, as well as in command of court security services and the Shiawassee County Mounted Posse. He is a board member of the 35th Circuit Court Drug Court and Mental Health Court and serves as a member of the Michigan Sheriffs’ Association Victims Support Unit. As a result of personal loss and heartache, Sgt. Chapman founded the Drug Education for Youth (D.E.F.Y.).  In addition to his work with D.E.F.Y., Doug is an advocate for Meghan’s A.R.M.Y. (Addiction Recovery Movement for Youth), which was founded by Molly Reid after the loss of her daughter Meghan in 2016.

President

DOUG CHAPMAN

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Jayne has worked as a teacher and director of Blue & Gold, an after-school program at Owosso Public Schools. She also started a club for high school aged students called ACTION, through which students give back to their community by volunteering. In exchange, students can use ACTION for job applications, college applications, scholarships, International Baccalaureate, and community service. Jayne has raised two sons through the national opioid crisis, is involved in the community, and is a true leader at her school.

Vice President

JAYNE BROWN

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Jessica is currently a master’s level social work intern with Recovery Pathways and a medical social worker for Mary Free Bed at Covenant. She will complete her master’s degree in social work in May, 2020. For the past four years, Jessica has been practicing as a medical social worker and discharge planner in the skilled nursing home setting and inpatient rehabilitation. Jessica’s passion for creating a difference within the community stems from the increased severity of addiction in recent years. She has seen addiction first hand, as well as helped individuals through their journey at Recovery Pathways as a therapist internist. Jessica has been very involved with the creation of the Shiawassee FAN chapter. Her goal is to help promote awareness of the risks of drug overdose within our society today, create a safe place to advocate for one another, and provide support to those in need in Shiawassee County.

Secretary

JESSICA GLENN

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Lindsey has a background in humans services, including more than three years of experience with the substance abuse population. She will be completing her master’s degree in social work from Michigan State University in May of 2020. Lindsey is a FAN board member because she wants to help raise awareness and educate the community about the danger of prescription drug abuse, and help change the face of addiction. She wants to work together as a community and help fight the stigma of addiction, helping those who suffer from the disease have an equal opportunity for treatment.

Treasurer

LINDSEY WASWICK

BOARD MEMBERS

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PLACEHOLDER. James is the VP of Business Development at Helix Diagnostics, a toxicology and genetics diagnostic provider, with a focus on education of physicians and providers with drug testing guidelines. He has maintained sobriety since 2009. His greatest passion is helping other alcoholics and addicts through sponsorship.

Director

PATRICK SHERMAN

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PLACEHOLDER. Dr. Brummett is the Director of Pain Research and Director of Clinical Anesthesia Research at Michigan Medicine. He is also Co-Director of Michigan-OPEN, which aims to prevent chronic opioid use/misuse through the development of appropriate prescribing guidelines for healthcare providers, along with the organization and promotion of medication take-back events.

Director

ALEXIS SMITH

PLACEHOLDER. Dr. Mason is the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and a Clinical Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy. She is involved with medication disposal events organized by the college, and is interested in preventing opioid addiction and improving access to treatment in the Washtenaw community.

Director

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PLACEHOLDER. Steve has been in recovery since 1992. He is a coach and interventionist at Feinberg Consulting, an organization that helps coordinate care and develop highly individualized careplans for patients, which consider injuries, aging, addiction, and mental health. He has a passion for helping people connect to their purpose and meaning in life.

Director

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