About the center
NATIONAL METHAMPHETAMINE TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER
About the center
About the center
Site supports fight against methamphetamine

This website is part of the larger methamphetamine training and technical assistance effort begun through grants from the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) and from the Congress in its annual budgets. The Center also has received support from Senator Patty Murray, now in her fourth term from Washington State.



The Staff:
Priscilla Lisicich and Terree Schmidt-Whelan Co-chair the Center. Each has extensive background in community mobilization, drug courts and treatment protocols and each holds a PhD.

Terree Schmidt-Whelan biography; Priscilla Lisicich biography

Other staff members:
(Click on the names for more information)

Carol Owens, Senior Policy Analyst

Phi Rhea, Executive Assistant

Sheri Burden, Administrative Assistant

Regional Center Coordinators: Ed Gomes, Pacific Region; Jim Palestino, Rocky Mountain Region;
Aimee Welch, Northeast Region.

This site's primary goal is to provide a clearinghouse of information and training about methamphetamine for all the stakeholders in the fight against this powerfully addictive drug. We hope it serves equally all users from undercover narcotics agents to soccer moms worried about their family or friends.

If you have useful methamphetamine information or believe there is material we should include on the site, please e-mail us.
Anti-meth team: (from left) Co-Director Terree Schmidt-Whelan, Northeast Regional Coordinator Aimee Welch, Sen. Patty Murray and Co-Director Priscilla Lisicich.