Wells County

Citizens Against Drug Abuse

Citizens Against Drug Abuse
102 W Market Street
Suite 205
Bluffton, IN 46714
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Angie Dial

Regional Advisor
Cassie Henderson

Jade Glover
John Cole
Vice President
Deane’ Holderman
Vicki Andrews

Board Member Info

Kari Adams
Bowen Center

Vicki Andrews
Southern Wells and Wells County Government

Jinny Broderick
Park Center

Adam Carroll
Loving Shepherd Ministries

Betsy Collier
Council on Aging / Wells on Wheels

Angie Dial
Family Centered Services

Andrea Diamond
Grace and Mercy

Andrew Enderle
Norwell Middle School

Det. Quinton Greer
Wells County Sheriff's Department

Janet Haney
DHMA Regional Representative

Det. Marijean Heckel
Bluffton Police Department

Stacy Herrold
Bluffton Middle School

Molly Hoag
Purdue Extension

Deane' Holderman
Department of Child Services

Angela Hulvey
Norwell High School

Stacy Morrison
Bluffton High School

Valerie Runyon
Wells County Probation Department

Ofc. Stephanie Tucker
Ossian Police Department

Christine Walker
Community Care

Mayor John Whicker
City of Bluffton

Hattie Wondercheck
Helping Hands

Current Events

Meetings – CADA meets the 2nd Thursday of each month, and the location varies to space availability.

CADA Grants
CADA Recognition Awards

Citizens Against Drug Abuse (CADA) recognizes that some individuals in our community have taken leadership roles in the fight against drug and alcohol abuse in Wells County. To this end, we wish to periodically publicly recognize those individuals and organizations that stand out in this fight. Four categories of awards were created to show appreciation of individuals and organizations who stand out in Wells County:

CADA Board Officers
These individuals are elected members of the CADA board who have devoted their time and talents to preside over and administer the CADA organization.

CADA Professional Leader
Recognition of a career professional that has demonstrated resolve and leadership in combating drug and alcohol abuse in Wells County in the course of their vocation.

CADA Volunteer Leader
Recognition of CADA volunteer who has demonstrated resolve and leadership in combating drug and alcohol abuse in Wells County through their volunteer work. These individuals may be employed in a vocation mentioned above, but tirelessly utilize their personal resources of time, talent or treasure to assist CADA.

Friend of CADA
Recognition of an organization that has supported CADA in its endeavors.

2018 Award Recipients

Professional Leader – Valerie Runyon of Park Center
Volunteer Leader – Bluffton High School Student Council
Friend of CADA – LiGHT

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