To increase public awareness of the effects of drug and alcohol abuse by educating and supporting youth, adults, the community at large and drug prevention agencies in Clark County; thus identifying and promoting healthy behaviors and reducing substance abuse in our community.
Monthly Coalition Meeting
CARE Coalition holds monthly meetings in our conference room located at 1919 S. Jones Blvd. Suite A, Las Vegas, NV 89146 See our monthly meeting schedule.
Speakers and Lunch Donors Wanted!
Are you interested in speaking about prevention at one of our Coalition meetings or donating lunch? Please contact Vernalyn@CARECoalitionNV.org. Thanks for your support!
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We are able to conduct much of the work we do through grants made possible through the State of Nevada Department of Public and Behavioral Health. However, grant funding is not enough. We also need private donations to help us continue to support Clark County, our home.
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What is the CARE Coalition?
About Care Coalition
The CARE Coalition, which was incorporated May 2011, brings together organizations and individuals who provide services and resources that help youth and families create positive and supportive environments that lead to resiliency and self-empowerment.
The CARE Coalition is a nonprofit organization that provides awareness, and education to members of the community regarding the number one health problem in Nevada: alcohol and drug abuse. The goal of the coalition is to reduce the number of first time drug users in the community and to provide a resource for at-risk individuals to build their capacity and resilience.
In 2012 the CARE Coalition granted $65,000 to two non-profit youth agencies in Clark County with money from Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA).
The Coalition has community members and partners from the youth; local business; healthcare professionals; educators; media; law enforcement; youth organizations; parents; religious, fraternal and civic organizations; schools; volunteer groups; and state, local and tribal agencies-communities.
What We Do
- We encourage CONNECTEDNESS of people in our community by uniting those with an interest in substance abuse prevention to local agencies, resources, and services that will help youth, families, and communities to flourish.
- We strive to generate AWARENESS about substance use and how prevention can impact those never exposed, those at risk, and those who are recovering from substance abuse.
- We offer RESOURCES for opportunities, direct services, and information that will help provide EDUCATION to our community.