Substance Free Nevada

is a non-profit organization that strives to increase awareness of the devastating effects of substance abuse, provide educational programs and information to the public, and assists families and individuals that need help.

Awareness

Drugs abuse at an early age not only inhibits physical and mental growth but is also one of the highest causes for teenage death.

Prevention

Substance Free Nevada’s prevention program is designed to help increase interpersonal awareness so that a student might resist taking or using alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs.

Education

Let us come join you at your school, church, or community organization and present our education & awareness program so that both parents and children are more informed and aware of both the legal and street drugs, including alcohol, available to our youth today at home, in schools and elsewhere in the community.

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New CME/CE course addresses substance use

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Using social media to better understand, prevent, and treat substance use

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11 Ways to Get Your Teen Talking

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Addiction: Can the Brain Control Our Uncontrollable Urges?

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These are the 12 drugs sending the most kids to the emergency room

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Announcing New Rules for Prescription Drug Disposal

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Unique interaction discovered between brain regions involved in addiction, depression

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Review summarizes research on health effects of K2/Spice

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Short video increases HIV testing in emergency department patients who initially declined

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National Drug Facts Week 2015 to begin January 26

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Your donations will go to increase the awareness of the effects of Drug and Alcohol abuse on our community and our children. Your donation to Substance Free Nevada may be tax-deductible