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Health Services Department August 25 2015 Presentation Overview Mission Statement Organizational Chart Strategic Goals Drug Trends Accomplishments Grants Mission Statement To work in collaboration with community members and agencies to prevent and reduce the use and abuse of alcohol and ID: 661578

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Slide1

Drug Free Office Overview and Drug Trends

Health Services Department

August 25, 2015Slide2

Presentation Overview

Mission Statement Organizational ChartStrategic Goals

Drug TrendsAccomplishmentsGrantsSlide3

Mission Statement

To work in collaboration with community members and agencies to prevent and reduce the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs among our youth and adults through prevention, education, enforcement and treatment.Slide4

Presentation Overview

Mission Statement Organizational Chart

Strategic Goals

Drug TrendsAccomplishmentsGrantsSlide5

Organizational Chart

Orange County Drug Free OfficeSlide6

Working Committees

Education & MediaFaithFamily & Neighborhoods

Higher EducationLaw EnforcementTreatment & RecoveryUnderage Drinking “One Voice” Implementation & Partnership for Success Collaborative

E-Cigarette, Hookah & Tobacco Work Group Slide7

Presentation Overview

Mission Statement

Organizational ChartStrategic Goals

Drug TrendsAccomplishmentsGrantsSlide8

Strategic Goals

Prevention – Stopping Use Before It StartsEnforcement – Aggressively Attacking Unlawful Drug Activity

Treatment/Recovery – Getting Resources Where They Are NeededSlide9

Presentation Overview

Mission Statement

Organizational ChartStrategic Goals

Drug TrendsAccomplishmentsGrantsSlide10

National Survey Drug Use & Health (Past Month - 2013)Slide11

Past 30-Day Use Middle and High School

2010-2014

Orange County Youth Drug Use

2010

2012

2014Slide12

Youth Attitudes Toward Substance Use

Great Risk of Harm 2010-2014Slide13

Drug Trends – Alcohol

Most widely used drug by youth & young adults Availability & Access

49% Someone Gave It To Me15% Someone Bought It For Me8% Bought from Retailer

Where’s Teens Drink47% Another Person’s38% My HomeTeen’s Brain

Teens brains are still developing until mid-20’sBrain’s hippocampus can be 10% smaller (learning and memory) Slide14

Drug Trends - Alcohol

Orange County DUI Arrests

*2015 – Total as of July 31, 2015

Palcohol - freeze dried alcohol in powdered form (rum and vodka)

Appealing flavors to youthSnorted, inhaled and eaten

Year

Under 18

18-20

21 and Over

Total

2010

9

207

2835

3051

2011

9

221

2467

2697

2012

3

138

2497

2638

2013

7

202

2581

2790

2014

5

188

2526

2719

*2015

4

70

1405

1479Slide15

Drug Trends - Marijuana

Marijuana can be addictive – 1 in 6 teensPotency stronger than 70’sMost used illicit drug by 12 and older (NSDUH)

On average, in every 12th grade classroom of 30 students, 2 are daily pot smokers

Research

Research shows 8% IQ drop for youth who start smoking marijuana during their teens & become regular

usersMarijuana Use and Educational OutcomesSlide16

E-Cigarette Use-DOH

2014

Drug Trends - Tobacco Products

Hookah Use -DOH

2014Slide17

Drug Trends – Butane Honey Oil

Hash oil is created by breaking down the cannabis trichomes

and removing concentrated THC

Cannabis

TrichomesSlide18

Drug Trends – Butane Honey Oil

BHO (Butane Honey Oil)Honey OilWeed Oil

DabsConcentrateWax

Amber GlassMoon RocksShatter710 (spells oil upside down and backwards) Slide19

Drug Trends – Butane Honey Oil

Consumption of Hash Oil

THC Levels

Smoking – can be laced with other drugsEating – combined with sweetenersVaporizing – “dabs” placed on smoking device

Marijuana Bud – up to 37%Hash Oil – can exceed 85%Slide20

Drug Trends – Butane Hash Oil

Hazards of Manufacturing

Butane is odorless, colorless, and heavier than airSeeps into low lying areas

Butane canisters are pressurized and compressed highly flammable gas Most scenes have hundreds of cansSlide21

Drug Trends – Butane Hash Oil Slide22

Drug Trends – Butane Hash Oil Slide23

Drug Trends – Butane Hash Oil

BHO Extraction FireSlide24

Drug Trends – Butane Honey Oil

ResultsSlide25

Drug Trends – Butane Hash Oil

Florida Headlines

Arrests made in Stuart for involvement in Butane Hash Oil Lab Fire – Jan 2015

Palm City Explosion caused by Butane Hash Oil Lab – Feb 20153 Men Charged with Hash Oil Operation near UCF Campus, Police Say, May 2015

Knights Circle ApartmentsOver 82 chargesWest Boca Explosion Likely from Hash Oil, May 2015Slide26

Drug Trends – Prescription Drugs

Law Enforcement has seen increase in abuse of other prescription drugsHydrocodone

DilaudidMethadone and Xanax (Parachuting)Promethazine with Codeine (Lean)TramadolSlide27

Drug Trends – Heroin

Heroin is highly addictiveCheaper and High Purity How It’s Used

Intravenous, smoked, intranasally, orally Effects

Abusers feel a rushDrowsyMental function

cloudedHeart & breathing slowsMajority of people newly dependent on heroin began abusing prescription opioids firstSlide28

Drug Trends – Heroin

Florida Heroin-Related Deaths

156Slide29

Drug Trends – Heroin

District Nine – Accidental Drug Deaths

2012

2013

2014Slide30

Drug Trends – Heroin

District Nine – Heroin-Related DeathsSlide31

Drug Trends – Heroin

Orange County Heroin Task ForceMayor Jacobs & Sheriff Demings

formed Heroin Task Force 21 Key Community LeadersMeet for six months to address increase in heroin use and overdose deaths

Subcommittees – gather and analyze local, state, and federal data to address deliverables of Task ForceLaw EnforcementEducation & PreventionHealthcare

TreatmentSlide32

Drug Trends – Flakka

Emerging Synthetic Drug Trend -

FlakkaFlakka

- also known as Gravel & Insanity (similar to bath salts, synthetic cathinones)

Available for less than $5 vialActive ingredient is chemical compound Alpha – PVPSchedule I Controlled Substance According to NIDA, Florida is the nation’s

“Hot Spot” for reports of FlakkaSlide33

Drug Trends – Flakka

ConsumedSnorted, Injected, Swallowed or Smoked

EffectsExcited delirium resulting in

agitationParanoiaHigh anxietyViolent outburstsDelusions

Suicidal thoughtsPanic attacksWeight loss Severe psychotic episodesSlide34

Drug Trends – Flakka

Florida Headlines

FT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — One man ran naked through a Florida neighborhood and told police he was the mythical god

ThorTwo people tried separately to break into Ft. Lauderdale Police Department

Mother arrested on child neglect charges after officers found 1 year old outside office building on busy roadSlide35

Drug Trends – Flakka

Flakka

Miami PD found Gummy Bears laced with Flakka

Broward County hospitals seeing 20 Flakka-related patients a daySouth Florida seen 641 cases Jan-June 2014

Broward County – Ground Central

2014 - 11 reported deaths Alpha-PVP contributing factor2015 - 19 reported deathsBroward County Grand Jury

preparing to investigate distribution and use of

Flakka

following 33 deaths over 10 monthsSlide36

Presentation Overview

Mission Statement

Organizational ChartStrategic Goals

Drug TrendsAccomplishmentsGrantsSlide37

Prevention Highlights

Youth FocusedEvidence-based programs for youthSafe/SADD Drug Prevention Enhancement

Alcohol, Marijuana, RX Drug & Tobacco PreventionPeer to Peer Drug Education/Training

Coaches Making A DifferenceSummer Education – Boys & Girls, YMCA, Parks

Parents/CommunityParent Peer Groups/Education Guide/ Social MarketingOngoing Training for Prevention ProfessionalsSlide38

Enforcement Highlights

Alcohol Enforcement DetailsAlcohol Compliance Checks490 Compliance Checks

18% Non-Compliance RateDUI Saturation PatrolsSector 2 Noise Alcohol Patrols (SNAP)

Partnership with Orange County Sheriff’s Office & UCF PDProfessional/Community TrainingAnnual Central Florida HIDTA Drug Trends Conference

Butane Hash Oil Training – Emergency RespondersDrug Threats Training Neighborhood Community AssociationsSlide39

Treatment Highlights

Adult Drug Court Program (Partnership with Ninth Judicial Circuit)Non-Violent Felons with Drug ChargeOutpatient, Case Management and Drug Testing with Judicial Oversight (Aspire – Contract Provider)

75% Success RateProfessional TrainingAnnual Treatment Professionals Training

CADCA “Prescription Drug Community Forum”National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery MonthAnnual Recovery Walk/Run - September 19

thSlide40

Presentation Overview

Mission Statement

Organizational ChartStrategic Goals

Drug TrendsAccomplishmentsGrantsSlide41

Grants

Federal GrantsDrug Free Communities Support Program ($650K)Drug Prevention - Middle, High School, Young Adults & Parents

Training, Education and Social Marketing CampaignsData CollectionFederal Stop Act Grant ($192K)

Focus on 12-20 year old to prevent and reduce underage drinkingEvidence-based programs, enforcement details, social marketingState Grant

DCF Partnership for Success Grant ($1.1M)Focus on 10-17 year old to prevent and reduce underage drinkingEvidence-based programs, parent engagement, enforcement, social marketing, TIPS retailer training, household surveySlide42

Drug Free Office Overview and Drug Trends

Health Services Department

August 25, 2015