Camanche-DeWitt Coalition​ 


The Clinton Substance Abuse Council (CSAC) is the non-profit organization that supports the Camanche-DeWitt Coalition. As a non-profit organization the Clinton Substance Abuse Council follows applicable laws and regulations appropriate for non-profits including having an active Board of Directors.    The board is a group of individuals who are not only committed to advancing the Clinton Substance Abuse Council and the coalitions they support, but also to making our city and its neighborhoods better places to live, work, shop, learn, and play in a variety of ways. 

2017 Clinton Substance Abuse Council Board of Directors:

President:                                                                                                                                                     Lettie Posey, Parent/ Concerned Citizen

Vice President:
Darryl Waugh, Clinton Landlords Association, GIC Executive Committee

Secretary:

Randy Meier, Seniors vs. Crime, Clinton County Sheriff’s Office, GIC Executive Committee

Treasurer
:
Dan Boyd, Clinton Middle School Principal

                                                                                                                                                                       Executive Director:                                                                                                                                   Kristin Huisenga, Executive Director Clinton Substance Abuse Council

Board Members:

Michele Cullen, Community Health Manager, Clinton County Public Health/ Genesis VNA
Matt Brooke, Clinton City Administrater
Tom Bohle, Captain, Clinton Police Department 
Mike Wolf, Clinton County Attorney
Eric Dau, Clinton County 911, CDC Executive Committee
                                                                                  Amy Berentes, VP of Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer, Mercy Medical Center                         Gabe Gluba, Clinton/Jackson Clinical Services Director, ASAC


Clinton Substance Abuse Council