Substance use disorders (SUDs) impact the health and well-being of individuals across the lifespan and exact a high societal toll on public and private systems in communities. Yellowstone County is no exception. The impacts of SUDs are far reaching in our community, and Substance Abuse CONNECT is committed to focusing specifically on the impacts of methamphetamine use and violent crime in Yellowstone County.
In 2017, in an attempt to coordinate community efforts to most effectively address the issue of substance abuse and misuse, the United Way of Yellowstone County partnered with stakeholders across the community, forming the Substance Abuse CONNECT Coalition. The Coalition began meeting regularly late in 2017 and in early 2018, received a grant from the Eastern Montana High Intensity Drug Area (HIDTA) Task Force. The Coalition consists of an Executive Committee, a Steering Committee and a general membership, all of which meet regularly to maintain an effective, vision-driven, action-oriented substance abuse council, inclusive of prevention, treatment and law enforcement efforts.
Sequential Intercept Mapping September 2019
Sequential Intercept Mapping July 2019
Contact Us to Learn More
Becky Bey - Project Manager
- Meetings, Membership, Coalition Information, Conference Planning/Organization
Kristen Lundgren - Project Director
- Sustainability, Grants, Funding, Connections to Related Coalitions
Are You in Need of Immediate Resources?
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