Coalition for Drug Abuse Prevention

Meetings

  • 8 a.m.
  • Third Tuesday of each month

Members

Number of Members 

57 (currently), no limit on number of members

Terms of Office 

Three years for governmental appointees

Method of Appointment 

The City Council, upon recommendation of the Mayor and the Forsyth County Commissioners shall each appoint nine members (five neighborhood representatives, two religious leaders, and two business leaders); in addition, there are organizational appointments; and membership by capacity appointments.

Chief Staff Person

Ava Troxler
Executive Director
Phone: 336-759-7500

Current Membership - City Appointments

NameRace & GenderTermExpires
Steven P. Barnett, MDWhite Male1September 2008
M. Delores Crosby-EdwardsBlack Female2August 2008
Alvin E. DamonBlack Male2August 2008
Sophia G. FeasterBlack Female2September 2008
James FulwoodBlack Male2August 2008


Current Membership - County Appointments

NameRace & GenderTermExpires
Alan F. BarberWhite Male1August 2005
Lewis (Pat) BeardWhite Male2August 2005
Antonio CafollaWhite Male1August 2005
Barbara Frankel-GoldsmithWhite Female1August 2005
Larry W. FreemanWhite Male2August 2005
Tonya Y. ReynoldsBlack Female1August 2005

Other Members

  • Ann Adams
  • David Abernathy
  • Tonya Atkins
  • Lydia Barber
  • Calvin Bell
  • Judy Chandler
  • Linda Davis
  • Nancy Dixon
  • Thom Elmore
  • Deborah Fountain
  • Robert Greer
  • Mildred Griffin
  • Valerie Harris
  • Sally Hart 
  • Melinda Hash 
  • Teresa Hicks
  • Linda Hopson 
  • Kim Hutchinson 
  • Chet Jessup 
  • Doris Jones 
  • Mona Lovett 
  • Bill McClain 
  • Marge McCormick 
  • Angela McReynolds 
  • Ron Morton 
  • Ronald Pannell
  • Angela Parms
  • Louis Pikula, Jr.
  •  Natascha Romeo
  • John Shields
  • Christa Smith
  • Marilyn Springs
  • Neal Stockton
  • Willard Tanner
  • Elaine Teague
  • Cecelia Westmoreland
  • Eugene Williams
  • Tanya Wilson
  • Bert Wood

Authority for Creation 

The City Council by resolution recognized the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Coalition on Alcohol and Drug Problems as the primary advisory resource to the Board on matters relating to substance abuse on May 21, 1990.

Purpose / Function

The City of Winston-Salem considers the Coalition to be the primary advisory resource on matters related to substance abuse. The Coalition's mission is to reduce alcohol and other drug problems through a coordinated and committed community prevention efforts.