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A child abuse prevention education, self-esteem boosting, and empowering information program primarily for elementary age students that takes place over the course of a school week. Created by Faces of Child Abuse (FOCA).
Partners with the community, Boulder City Police Department offers a wide variety of programs designed to get citizens involved in their communitiy.
Since 1917, Boys Town has given thousands of at-risk children the love, support and education they need to succeed. The scope has expanded to include in-home family counseling, health care and programs to rebuild at-risk schools.
To increase public awareness of the effects of drug and alcohol 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.
Provides resources for finding jobs, choosing a career, and choosing a college. Free and does not require the creation of an account.
Information regarding prescription drug abuse, one of the most common forms of drug abuse.
Clark County School District Police Department
Contains a list of local resources in Southern Nevada for a variety of needs and services.
Provides answers to the questions that people have about addiction and substance abuse.
Program made to help parents design plans and activities for children of any age.
An excellent source for anyone seeking help offering locations for programs and resources all over Nevada.
The Harbor provides a safe place for guidance and ot be responsive to the well-being of youths, families, victims and the Clark County community by providing meaningful services to youth and families to address their immediate needs.
Partners with the community, Henderson Police Deparment offers a wide variety of programs designed to get citizens involved in their community.
The nation's largest free residential education and job training program for young adults ages 16-24. Job Corps is administered by the United States Department of Labor.
Partners with the community, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department offers a wide variety of programs designed to get citizens involved in their community.
Provides thorough and easily accessible information on drug abuse.
A series of free booklets showing the affects of different drugs and the consequences of their abuse. Can be ordered or read online.
Safe Place is a national youth outreach and prevention program for young people in need of immediate help and safety. As a community-based program, Safe Place designates businesses and organizations as Safe Place locations, making help readily available to youth in communities across the country free of charge.
Program from the National Center for Missing & Expolited Children created to help children stay safer both offline and online.
Partners with the community, North Las Vegas Police Department offers a wide variety of programs designed to get citizens involved in their community.
Resources for Nevada mainly targeted at alcohol and drug abuse.
Clark County Department of Family Services.
Campaign to raise drug awareness by The National Famly Partnership (NFP) through discussion. Has resources and opportunities to help raise awareness for both students and parents.
Smart Colorado engages and informs Coloradans on the risks that marijuana poses to youth.