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THIS YEAR’S SUCCESSES:

• On average 800 consumers a week come THE MCSHIN


through McShin.
FOUNDATION’S
• About 18,250 phone calls were received.
• McShin is a provider for education offering FIFTH
Peer Leadership Training courses. ANNUAL Spring
• Our 2008 Springs Awards Banquet
honored Judges Catherine Hammond &
AWARDS BANQUET
Gary Hicks with the Bronze Key Award,
250 people attended.
• Our annual pool party hosted by John &
Kathy Rueger had 200 in attendance.
• We partnered with Faces & Voices of Re-
covery for the Recovery Voices Count
campaign which over 400 people voted for
recovery.
• In September we had our annual golf tour-
nament with about 100 golfers attending.
May 18th, 2009
• Our Recovery Fest had delegates, sena-
tors, and sheriffs in attendance. Also, over 6:00 P.M.
1400 community members attended.
• We raised over $5,000.00 at our Holiday
The Marquee
Party/Silent Auction in 2008. 3015 Cutshaw Avenue
• We produced a recovery comedy DVD fea- Richmond, VA 23230
turing Mark Lundholm at the Henrico
County Jail.
• Our McCovery Comedy Event was a dedi-
cation to our McCovery program in the
Honoring Sheriff C.T. Woody
Hatcher Memorial Church
The McShin Foundation

and his dedication to the


2300 Dumbarton Road
Richmond, VA 23228

Richmond City Jail and featured comedi-


www.mcshin.org

ans Mark Lundholm and Damon Edwards. McCovery Program in the


• To date we’ve served 27 Certifications for Richmond City Jail
Peer Leadership Training & Recovery
Coaching.

WWW.MCSHIN.ORG
HONORING
RICHMOND CITY SHERIFF C.T. WOODY _______Grand Benefactor: $10,000– 2 Tables of ten Corporate
Sponsor, one year publicity, Foundation Privileges
On November 8, 2005, C.T. Woody was elected Sheriff (D) for the City of On behalf of McShin,
Richmond, Virginia. This momentous event carried the responsibility of main-
taining security of the second largest jail in the Commonwealth of Virginia,
with approximately 450 deputies and a population of over 1,500 residents. A
Virginia’s largest and fastest ________Benefactor: $5,000 1 table of ten, event publicity,
Foundation Privileges
key component in Sheriff Woody’s administration involves incorporating
community-based and faith-based partnerships into Richmond City Jail edu-
growing, full service non-
cational and recovery programming. In addition to a new inmate vocational
training program made possible through a partnership with numerous pastors government Recovery
and the Richmond Technical Center, Sheriff Woody’s support of the Rich- ________Patron: $2,500 table of ten and event recognition.
mond Sheriff’s Chaplaincy Program now offers faith-based programming
through 14 different denominations and over 75 congregations and individual
Community Organization
volunteers. Sheriff Woody brings almost four decades of broad law enforce-
ment experience gained in the City of Richmond to the Jail. Upon his 2002
(RCO), we would like to thank _______-Tickets $65.00 each Total:___________
retirement from the Richmond Police Department, Woody led investigations
for the Office of the Commonwealth Attorney. Woody instructed at the Col- you for your continued support
lege of William and Mary Law School for the Department of Criminal Justice
and Commonwealth Attorneys Conference and was a certified instructor for of our mission. __I am unable to attend Banquet, but enclosed is my
contribution of:
the Richmond Police Department Training Academy.

__$2,500 __$1,000 __$500 __$250 __$100 __$50 __Other

CO-HOSTED BY STATE SENATOR We would like to thank Sheriff


EMMETT HANGER
Woody for allowing a Recovery Enclosed is my check for $______________.
Emmett Hanger was the first Republican to be elected to a countywide office
in Augusta County since reconstruction. In 1995, Emmett ran for VA State Community Organization to
Senate. He was re-elected in 1999 & again in 2003, receiving over 72% of
(Please make check payable to The McShin Foundation)
the vote. Senator Hanger is now a member of the Agriculture, Conservation
& Natural Resources, Finance, Local Government & Rules Committees as
deliver authentic Peer
well as the Rehabilitation & Social Services Committees where he serves as
chair. Emmett joined the Augusta County Republican Committee 27 years
Recovery Support Services
Payment will also be accepted by Money Orders,
ago & has been involved in building the party ever since.
(PRSS) to individuals in the MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express
Richmond City Jail. Sheriff
KEY-NOTE SPEAKER
President Obama’s nominee for Deputy Drug
Woody is a great example that Card #____________________________________

Czar, A.THOMAS MCLELLAN, PH.D. many people can follow. Exp Date__________________________________

A. Thomas McLellan, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at the Name:____________________________________


University of Pennsylvania and co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of the
Treatment Research Institute (TRI), a not-for-profit research and develop- Organization:_______________________________
ment institute in Philadelphia. McLellan is nationally and internationally rec-
ognized for his more than 30 years of addiction research. In 1992, he co-
AT MCSHIN OUR PEER BASED
founded TRI as an independent translational center to adapt and engineer Address:___________________________________
promising scientific findings into useful products and services that could be
RECOVERY SUPPORT
broadly used throughout the field. Through TRI, McLellan's work has pro- ___________________________________
moted better understanding of addiction as a chronic illness that must be
SERVICES HELP THE
continually monitored and managed, much like other chronically relapsing
medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension. Helping medical
RECOVERING PERSON Telephone/email:____________________________
doctors recognize and respond to symptoms of alcohol and drug use in
patients is another thrust of TRI’s work under McLellan. In 2008, McLellan
REALIZE THE VALUE OF ONE ___________________________________
launched a TRI division dedicated to introducing science-based products and RECOVERING PERSON
services for practitioners and policy makers. McLellan has published more
than 400 articles and chapters on addiction research and serves as Editor in HELPING ANOTHER IS WITHOUT
Chief of the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. Among McLellan's
many honors and awards are the Life Achievement Award of the American PARALLEL.
Society of Addiction Medicine in 2003 and the 2002 award for Distinguished
Contribution in Addiction Medicine from the Swedish Medical Association.