Substance Use Disorder Oversight Policy Board


  • 1 pm
  • Quarterly on the 4th Wednesday in January, April, July, and October

Agendas & Minutes

View Agendas and Minutes.


  1. Kelly Daly Flynn

    Kelly Daly Flynn


  1. LeRon Coleman

    LeRon Coleman

  1. Colleen Crossey

    Collen Crossey

  1. Rabbi Benny

    Benjamin Greenwald

  1. Janet Jackson

    Janet Jackson

  1. Ivana Maplanka

    Ivana Maplanka

  1. Tanisha Moir

    Tanisha Moir

  1. Michael Spisz

    Michael Spisz

  1. Shelley Taub

    Shelley Taub

  1. Dennis Yeager

    Dennis Yeager

Board Details

The Oakland Community Health Network, Substance Use Disorder Oversight Policy Board (OPD) includes a broad representation of stakeholders from the community. The OPB seeks to ensure the quality of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services.

All meeting participants, including people receiving public mental health services, their families/allies, OCHN's provider network, and our community partners, are being provided two opportunities and two options to give public comment. Individuals can either complete an online electronic public comment form or login into one of OCHN's Microsoft Teams meetings. Persons who join the meeting using Microsoft Teams can either type their comment in the chat feature or speak directly to the Board. A closed caption feature is offered on Teams.

Please check our calendar or meeting hotline 248-858-7590 for meeting changes. Public comment is very important to our Oversight Policy Board because it is their chance to hear directly from you. We want this to be a comfortable and respectful part of our meeting experience. All comments are responded to in writing before the next meeting. All Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) public meetings are recorded and posted to its website for public viewing. Slander, profanity, and ethnic slurs are prohibited. Please limit your comments to the business of OCHN. We also appreciate you limiting your comments to five minutes. Thank you.

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Open Positions

There is currently one open position on the OPB. Representation for the open positions would preferably include persons with ties to the faith-based community, an individual with a prevention background, and an individual in active recovery who received services in the network. Any interested individuals can submit an application to OCHN for consideration. Access the application to become a board member.