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SAVE THE DATE!!!!!IN YOUR FACE COMBATING SUBSTANCE ABUSEMARCH 11-13FOUR BEARS CASINO & LODGEFOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACTMHA PLANNING & GRANTS at 627-2600
NATIONAL DRUG FACT WEEK
Answers1. B; 2. E; 3. C; 4. A, B and C; 5. D.; 6. C; 7. E; 8. B; 9. B; 10. A Bonus Questions: 1. A; 2. D; 3. C; 4. D; 5.
BIt’s here, It’s real…
IT’S YOUR IN FACE!!!
 
 
 
 
 
 
How prepared are you, your familyand friends to Warrior up?
1. Addiction is a disease of...A. The Liver B. The Brain C. The Heart D. The whole body
2. Which of the following drugs are addictive? (you can choose more than one) A. MJB. Cocaine C. Nicotine D. Alcohol E. All of the above
3. Which of the following is safe to do? (you can choose more than one)A. Smoke crack cocaine B. Smoke a joint (marijuana) C. Tweet about texting on Twitter D. Take Ecstasy at a “rave”E. Sniff a permanent marker
4. Which of these statements are false? (you can choose more than one) A. You can tell if you are the type to get addicted B. If you can stop using drugs for 1 week, you arecured of your addiction C. You can’t get addicted to marijuana D. If you smoke marijuana daily, you function at adecreased intellectual level all or most of the time.
5. Adderall can be an effective medication to treat ADHD, but it can be dangerous when taken by those who arenot prescribed it. What percentage of high schoolseniors report taking adderall for non-medical reasons? A. 3.5% B. 12.7% C. 27.1% D. 6.5%
6. Marijuana was a contributing factor in what number of emergency room visits in 2009? A. 127,000 B. 72,000 C. 375,000 D. 929,000
7. What drugs are associated with risky sexual behavior that could lead to HIV infection? A. Alcohol B. Prescription pain pills C. Marijuana D. Ecstasy E. All of the above
8. A person who is addicted to drugs can experience a severe reaction when trying to quit—this is called: A. The heebie-jeebies B. Withdrawal C. Status epilepticus D. Hysteria E. None of the above
9. What does “Detoxifi cation” mean?A. Treatment for drug addictionB. A process that enables the body to rid itself of drugs C. Removing all drugs from your backpack, locker, andmedicine cabinet D. B and C
10. Drugs hijack the brain’s “reward” system, causing unusually large amounts of a natural neurotranmitteris called: A.  . Estrogen C. Epinephrine D. Krypton
Bonus Questions:
1. Inhalants can harm the brain, affecting a fatty tissue that covers nerves called :A. Myelin B. Noradrenaline C. Frontal Cortex D. Polyneuropathy
2. A person who has smoked marijuana may have diffi culty with his or her balance because of the drug’s effect ofwhat brain area? A. The cerebral cortex B. The thalamus C. The hippocampus D. The Cerebellum
3. The reward structures are part of a larger brain system know as the: A. Frontal lobe B. Nervous system C. Limbic system D. Logic system
4. Which is about the same size as our brain? A. A golf ball B. A honeydew C. Your lungs D. Two fi sts together
5. The biggest part of the human brain, which contains the main “thinking center,” is called the :A. Brain Stem B. Cerebral cortex C. Piccadilly forceps D. White matter
Parshall Resource Center104 South Main Street, Parshall, ND 58770Phone: (701)862-3682 Fax: (701)862-3401PRC@restel.net www.parshallresourcecenter.org
This test compliments of NIDA
WE NEED SOME HELP SPONSORING A COUPLE OF ACTIVITIES
ANGEL TREE PROJECT
We collaborate  with other service providers to make this happen every year. This year I believe there are 130 plus children on the list. Of those children the PRC is working on Christmas Care Packages for 17 babies (10 girls and 7 boys). We have had several free will offering fundraisers (baked goods, soup, chili, frybread and so forth). After much thought and consideration we have come to the conclusion that the most culturally appropriate gift we could give would be a starquilt or pendleton for each infant. In addition to the blankets we are hoping to provide some baby personal hygeine items as well. Should you have any resources to help bring this project to fruition please come out and support our children! Should you wish to help an older child please contact Sharron Hand at MHA Social Services as she has the master list and the break down of ages and gender. Her contact number is 627-8158
NEW YEARS EVE LOCK IN
We are looking for door prizes and snacks for the event. We have several things we are hoping  to accomplish with this years project. More to come in the very near future as soon as we can follow up with a few contact numbers.
HERE ARE THE WINNERS OF THE COSTUME CONTEST
1st Xaviar Packineau (Zombie Mummy)
2nd Ky Malnourie (Spider Vampire)
3rd Lexi Taft & Jaivelyn Myrick (Barney & B-Bop)
4 Beauty Smith (Strawberry Short Cake)
5 Mary Packineua (Zombie)
Congratulations!!!
Congratulations to our 2012 Scavenger Hunt Winners!!
1st WESTON SMITH ($150.00)
2nd KARCEN HALE ($100.00)
3rd JOHN BRUCE ($75.00)
4th SOPHIE CROWSBREAST ($50.00)
5th KALEB FINLEY & ANEVAY RABBITHEAD ($25.00)
 WINNERS OF THE SCAREY PICTURE CONTEST!!
DIVISION 1 GRADES K-6
1ST LAIMEN REYNOLDS ($100.00)
2ND DASHAWN PERKINS ($75.00)
3RD KIANNA EVENSON ($50.00)
DIVISION 2 GRADES 7TH-12TH
1ST MIA WILKINSON ($100.00)
 2ND DENNIS ARCHAMBAULT ($75.00)
3RD TAYLOR BRUGH ($50.00)
CONGRATULATIONS!!
 TO OUR GRAND CHAMPION PUMPKIN CARVERS!!!
1ST PLACE CASSIDY SMITH
2ND PLACE KARCEN HALE
3RD PLACE GABE & JAIVELYN MYRICK
4TH PLACE CHAD FOX
5TH PLACE "TEAM EFFORT"
 PATRICIA DIXON
CHILALI HOWLING WOLF
LILITH JUAREZ
ARAYNA BACON
Just wanted to say thank you to all of the community members and networking service providers that attended. The Guest Speakers were excellent. The food was great and the company was priceless!
FYI:
WELLNESS DAY!!!
AGENDA
 
PARSHALL RESOURCE CENTER WELLNESS DAY
 
ALL THOSE WHO ARE WORKING ON WELLNESS INVITED
CAREGIVERS AND THOSE IN RECOVERY
 
OCTOBER 26, 2012
NE SEGMENT RED HALL, PARSHALL ND
 
 
8:00-8:30 a.m.        Registration and Coffee
 
8:30-9:00               Welcome and Opening Prayer
Welcome by Karmon Taft, Director, Parshall Resource Center:  Opening Prayer by Casey Fox, elder and Member, Parshall Resource Center Board of Directors
 
9:00-9:50               Speaker:  Deborah Painte, Executive Director, Native American Training Institute  – Multigenerational Trauma and our Roots
                             In Unhealthy Coping Mechanisms
 
9:50 to 10:00          10 Minute Break
 
10 to 10:30            Questions for Ms. Painte, Plenary Discussion
 
10:30 to 11:20        Speaker:  Bruce Gillette – Basement Warriors
 
11:20 to 11:30        10 Minute Break
 
11:30 to noon:       Questions for Bruce, Plenary Discussion
 
Noon to 1:00         Lunch and Keynote Power Point Presentation:  Karmon Taft, Director, Parshall Resource Center and BJ Brady, Data Specialist, PRC:  Analysis of Recovery Levels for PRC Clients
 
1:10 to 2:00           Speaker:  Kurt Snyder, LAC, Director, Heartview Foundation:   Recovery-Oriented Systems Of Care
 
 
2 to 2:10                10 Minute Break
 
2:10 to 2:30           Questions for Karmon, BJ and Kurt, Plenary Discussion
 
2:30 to 2:40           10 Minute Break
 
2:40 to 3:20           Speaker:  Jazz Young Bear, Finding Recovery, Strength and Balance in Our Original Teachings and Instructions, For Caregivers and Clients in Treatment Centers
 
3:20 to 3:30           10 Minute Break
 
3:30 to 4                Plenary Session,  How Can We Make Things Better in our Home Communities – What’s Needed?
 
5 p.m.                   Supper and Keynote Speaker:  Suzy Paulson, Improving our Relationships:  Advice for This and the Next 7 Generations
                            
 
Winners of Door Prizes will be drawn and announced during Supper Break
 
6:30             Closing Prayer – Casey Fox, Member, Parshall Resource Center Board of Directors
 
 
We are inviting any networking Service Providers, Program or Departments to come and set up a booth to distribute educational/ informational goodies! Please call us at the PRC Main Office to get signed up! In addition we are also looking for door prizes for the event as well!
 
 
 
 
OCTSOBERFEST !!!
FYI: We are looking for sponsorship of several Therapeutic Community Service Projects for this month:
Scavenger Hunt- We are working on the list of items. If you have any ideas please send them so they can be included. In addition to the list we need help with a few prizes. We are hoping to secure enough community support to offer 5 places this year to the teams.
1st  $150.00
2nd $100.00
3rd  $75.00
4th  $50.00
5th  $25.00
Pumpkin Carving Contest-
1st $100.00
2nd $75.00
3rd $50.00
4th $25.00
5th $20.00
Costume Contest-
1st $100.00
2nd $75.00
3rd $50.00
4th $25.00
5th $20.00
If you or someone you know can sponsor one of these activities please call us at the office
QEP Resources Inc. Donates $1,000.00
04/11/2012
QEP Resources Inc. has donated $1,000.00 to the Parshall Resource Center.  QEP Resources is a leading independent natural gas and oil exploration and production company and is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.  The check was presented during the April Board of Director's meeting.  Presenting the check were QEP Sr. Permit Agent Tracy Opp and Lynn Welker, QEP Stakeholder Relations Advisor.  Also on hand was Sadie Wardner, Miss Rodeo North Dakota.  Donations such as this are vital for PRC and provide valuable financial support in the continuuing efforts to provide services to those in need. 
You can aid PRC as they assist their clients and community through the donation of money or goods. Your tax-deductible donation will make a real difference in the lives of others! Please contact us to see how you can help!
Pictured l-r: Karmon Taft, PRC Executive Director; Lynn Welker, QEP; Millie Berryhill, PRC BOD; Monica Dixon, PRC BOD; Byron Young Bird, PRC BOD; Tracy Opp, QEP, Sandy Folden, PRC Assistant Director; and Sadie Wardner, Miss Rodeo ND.
LOOK!
September is National Recovery Month! We are currently accepting nominations for our Annual Recovery Celebrity Awards!! There will be both an Individual and a Business Category. Every day we have unsung heroes that make a difference in our lives and commuties. All too often when someone does something in a good way it is taken for granted and truly not given the appreciation it deserves. We want to give those that have contributed a helping hand to our recovery community a pat on the back and recognize what they do in a formal way. The deadline for nominations will be September 1st, 2012. Winning nominations will be announced September 12th, 2012 at the Regularly Scheduled PRC BOD Meeting. Nominations can be faxed, mailed, emailed or hand delivered to the Parshall Resource Center.
Fax: 701-862-3401
Address: 104 South Main Street, Parshall
Mailing Address: Box #429 Parshall, ND 58770
To submit your nomination please forward the following information;
NOMINATION CRITERIA:
A. Nominations are to be comprised of individuals or businesses that have assisted and empowered individuals in recovery achieve and maintain "Wellbriety" (Any aspect of the recovery process is eligible).
B. Nominees need to reside in the state of North Dakota
C. Nominations can be made anonymously but need to include the following:
1. Name and contact information of individual or business being nominated.
2.  Why do you believe your nomination deserves the Recovery Celebrity Award?
D. Nominations need to be received prior to the end of business day  (5p.m.) on September 1st, 2012
E. Contact us at 701-862-3682 should you have questions or require clarification concerning nominations or Award Criteria.
Here is the flyer for the PRC National Recovery Month Event. Hope to see you there!
Just want to congratulate all of our 2012 nominees. We have contacted them and I hope they come to the PRC this Thursday to celebrate, have dinner and receive their award. There were some individuals that were without a doubt worthy to be nominated and be recognized. Hoever, for some reason were not nominated... Sandy Folden, Patty Big Crow, Dewey Bear, our teachers, law nforcement ambulance serices, fire departments just to name a few. So for all of those unsung heros..THANK YOU!! You all make a diffeence folks! Hope to see you all there too! 
DRUG & ALCOHOL EVALUATIONS/ ASSESSMENTS:
Drug & Alcohol Evaluations are conducted every Wednesday of the week. Contact PRC On Duty PRC Staff for details concerning fees for DUI and APC. Otherwise this service is free of charge but not of responsibility... 
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