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Community collaboration striving to build a healthy, substance free environment for youth.

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Coalitions Activate in Response to Fentanyl Crisis

Substance use prevention coalitions from across Arizona are working together in a first-of-its-kind effort...

Zolton Nabs Dangerous Drugs

Holbrook, AZ: On August 2, 2021, Navajo County Criminal Interdiction Unit conducted a traffic...

NCDP

White Mountain Independent: Have counterfeit pills or fentanyl changed your life?

Read the newest article from Laura Singleton from the White Mountain Independent. We sat...

Prop 207 Harms Arizona Kids

Use by kids and teens would go up. Just look at other “legal” states....

Youth Smoking, Vaping, and COVID-19 Research

While much remains to be learned, an early study examining the relationship between smoking,...

Bringing awareness and education for a substance free community

For 13 years White Mountain Publishing LLC and NCDP Drug Free Community Coalition have...

What is Naloxone?

Children's Educational Programing Special, Safe and Sound

The Dangers of Fentanyl


Nexus gives out FREE Narcan with Narcan Training for our Navajo County Community.

We also offer FREE trainings to staff, teachers, parents, businesses and the community for: Narcan, Trauma/Stress, Aces-what now and Parent Workshops.

Live outside of Navajo County? Check out www.naloxoneaz.com to reach the closest Narcan resource available to you.

SUICIDE HELPLINE

(800) 273-8255

TEEN CRISIS TEXT LINE

text 741741

SAMHSA NATIONAL HELPLINE

(800) 662-HELP (4357)

ABOUT US

The Coalition is grant funded and headed by a full-time Executive Director – Vicky Solomon; Program Coordinators – Cheyenne Layton, Stacey Heath and Destiney Hall, Prevention Specialist -Becky Belnap, Executive Administrator/Outreach – Julee Sherwood, overseen by non-profit Friends of Navajo County Anti-Drug Coalition, Inc. Board of Directors. Activities are decided and driven through monthly Steering Committee meetings involving members of the Board, the Director, representatives from the 12 sectors and other community members comprising a “Steering Committee”. Strategies and programs are developed in these meetings and feed into the annual objectives and strategies to be carried out by the staff, committee members and other volunteers.

4000+

Students educated every year

112,000

People benefit from our media outreach efforts in Navajo County

80+

Meetings/trainings every year

2300

Adults participated in program activities

PROGRAMS