The goal of the Milwaukee County Substance Abuse Prevention coalition (MCSAP) is to engage diverse sectors of the community in collaborative, comprehensive and culturally competent mental health and wellness substance abuse prevention and environmental change activities that result in a reduction of substance use, abuse, and an increase in mental health and wellness in Milwaukee County. The vision is to bring together resources, wisdom, talents and passion to create a happy and healthy community.
The coalition is governed by an Executive Committee, comprised of:
- Chair: Aaron Lipski
- Rachael Cooper
- Nicole Fumo
- Tamika Glenn
- Alexandria Kohn
- Alicia Malinger
- Gloria Marfo
- Jody Rhodes
All MCSAP coalition meetings are open to the public and any interested stakeholders. MCSAP holds full coalition meetings the third Thursday during odd-numbered months and Executive Board meetings monthly. Voting members are individuals who attend at least half of the six annual meetings and have signed a Coalition Involvement Agreement. Project-based committees are formed ad hoc to meet the evolving needs of the community and the coalition.
To learn more about MCSAP’s governance, download our bylaws here.
If you are interested in MCSAP membership and/or participating in a MCSAP committee, please contact MCSAP Coordinator Alex Kohn.