DETROIT

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


1st Thursday of the Month
5:30 p.m.
 

Sheffield Center for Community Development

12000 Grand River Ave.

Detroit, MI 48204 

All are welcome to attend.
(Children 10 and older please.)
 
CONTACT US:
313-491-0003

detroit@familiesagainstnarcotics.org

EXECUTIVE BOARD

EXECUTIVE BOARD

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Rev. Horace L. Sheffield III is the pastor of Detroit’s New Destiny Christian Fellowship. In addition to his congregational duties and pastoral work, he worked with the local church community to organize The Safe Center, Inc., a faith based non-profit of the church that now serves over 1,000 clients a month. Rev. Sheffield is also the executive director of the Detroit Association of Black Organizations (DABO), where he established and administers their Detroit Cares Alternative High School, an alternative education high school; Project Self-Sufficiency, a program providing GED instruction and job training for youth; and manages all of the other various social and economic programs of the agency. He hosts his own weekly radio show, “On the Line,” every Saturday on AM 910 The Word.

President

HORACE SHEFFIELD

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PLACEHOLDER. As a nurse in Women & Children's Health for 25+ years, Dawn has worked firsthand with families and infants affected by addiction. Her daughter is a person in long-term recovery from heroin addiction. Dawn strives to raise awareness of addiction and to support individuals, families, friends who have been impacted by it. 

Vice President

FLOYD WHITE

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PLACEHOLDER. Scott has experienced the huge impact addiction can have on families, having both a sister and son in recovery. He has a background in manufacturing, emergency medicine (EMT), and volunteer firefighting. Scott is committed to working towards establishing the Hope Not Handcuffs program at our Washtenaw County chapter. 

Secretary

PARIS SIMPSON

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PLACEHOLDER. Nathan is the president of At Home Pharmacy in Ypsilanti, which provides in-home medication reviews and prescription delivery. As a pharmacist, he believes that healthcare workers can help prevent addiction by fostering strong relationships with patients, along with providing them with solid support and information.

Treasurer

KENYETTA SNAPP

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

QUENTISS LEVERETT

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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

JENIFFER HALL

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

ESHA PRICE

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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

KEVIN HAMPTON

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