Committees & Meeting Info
On the first Friday of most months, we host a casual coffee time at 9:00 am where we talk about the broad reach of DAC as a community coalition.
We want to talk with you about your interests and your goals so that going forward we can connect you with people and projects that fit with your passion.
Intervention Committee Meetings are held at 1 p.m. on 2nd Thursday of each month. The Treatment & Intervention Committee consists of intervention, treatment, residential professionals and organizations working to improve the health and lives of those who are experiencing addiction.
our city, our voice
Restorative Justice Committee Meetings are held at noon on 2nd Monday of each month.
The Restorative Justice Committee consists of law enforcement, courts, probation, and related programs that work to identify illegal behavior, apprehend violators, and work actively for positive community policing.
The Our City, Our Voice Collective is a hybrid group of young adults and youth serving organizations working together for the common good of our community. The group also includes a separate young adult collective that focuses on specific project development in the Allen County area. Bi-monthly meeting times vary.
Mothers with Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders is a group of local professionals working together to support new and expecting mothers in the community with various resources regarding post-partum depression, mental illness, and substance use disorder. Quarterly meeting times vary.
prevention & education
Prevention Committee Meetings are held to noon on 4th Thursday of each month.
The Prevention Committee consists of community organizations focused on youth and adults, working together to provide education and positive life styles to prevent the use of drugs & alcohol.
nasw region 3 (indiana chapter)
NASW is a group of licensed, unlicensed, micro, macro and student social workers who gather monthly to address issues that impact social workers and our communities. This group assists DAC in deciding which trainings are needed in our community to skill up and inform professionals to better serve.
Overdose Fatality review
OFR Meetings are similar to what you might know to be a child fatality review, or maternal mortality review in which experts and individuals with lived experience examine the most recent and most concerning data and deaths to work towards solutions that are generated from a broad spectrum of stakeholders across the health and treatment communities.