NvCPC funds and provides evaluation for the following programs in rural Clark County communities.

 

CLASSROOM PROGRAMS

 

ALCOHOL: TRUE STORIES

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DVD Based Discussion Primer for our Rural Middle and High School Students

Discussed with questions from an accompanying guide, Alcohol: True Stories can help young people make wise decisions about alcohol use. Parents who hear and discuss the stories will learn they can influence their child’s decisions.

 

DRUGS: TRUE STORIES

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DVD Based Discussion Primer for our Rural Middle and High School Students

Discussed with questions from an accompanying guide, Drugs: True Stories can help young people make wise decisions about drug use. Parents who hear and discuss the stories will learn they can influence their child’s decisions.

 

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

 

ALL STARS

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All Stars after school program is designed to prevent harmful behaviors (first-use) among our rural Middle School Students.  The prevalence of substance use increases as adolescents grow older.  Alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and inhalants are often referred to as gateway drugs: they are the substances first used by adolescents.  The goal of All Stars is to reduce use and abuse.

 

TEENS IN ACTION

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Teens in Action is a fun way to help high school age youth understand changes in their bodies and brains; communicate in a mature way with adults and others; develop skills for resisting negative peer pressure; and learn techniques for peaceful conflict resolution.

 

TEAM PROGRAMS

 

NEW MOVES  (girls only)

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New Moves is an evidence-based physical education program designed to promote positive self-image, healthy eating, leadership and physical activity in adolescent girls.

 

SAFE DATES  (boys only)

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Safe Dates is a school-based prevention program for middle and high school students designed to stop or prevent the initiation of dating violence victimization and perpetration, including the psychological, physical, and sexual abuse that may occur

 

TARGET PROGRAMS

 

PEER ASSISTANCE LEADERSHIP (PAL)

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PAL is a mentoring program designed to increase the engagement of under performing students and youth.  The program works by identifying un engaged youth and providing them leadership training and adult mentorship from successful adults in their community.

 

PROJECT VENTURE

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Project Venture (PV) is an outdoor experiential youth development program designed for high-risk American Indian youth on the Moapa Tribal Reservation  The program relies on American Indian traditional values to help youth develop positive self-concept, effective social interaction skills, a community service ethic, internal focus of control, and increased decision making and problem-solving skills.

 

EVERY 15 MINUTES

The Every 15 Minutes program is a two-day program focusing on high school juniors and seniors, which challenges them to think about drinking, driving, personal safety, the responsibility of making mature decisions and the impact their decisions have on family, friends, their community, and many others.

 

PARENTING

 

ACTIVE PARENTING

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Active Parenting: Families in Action - is a community-based intervention for parents with children of all ages, designed to increase protective factors that prevent and reduce alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use; irresponsible sexual behavior; and violence.  Family, school, and peer bonding are important objectives.

 

ADULTS and SENIORS (age 19+)

 

CHRONIC DISEASE SELF-MANAGEMENT

Nevada Community Prevention Coalition Inc. in collaboration with Dignity Health, St. Rose Dominican is pleased to announce a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program developed by Stanford University School of Medicine. If you are an adult with a chronic condition such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, chronic pain or anxiety, this workshop can help you.

 

CANCER THRIVING AND SURVIVING

The Cancer Thriving and Surviving Program is an evidence-based program developed by Stanford University School of Medicine. Learn how to set personal goals and develop the skills you need to overcome barriers and successfully manage your health. The program will not conflict with your existing programs or treatment; it is designed to enhance regular treatment.

 

DIABETES SELF-MANAGMENT

The Stanford Medical School’s Diabetes Self-Management Program will teach you the skills you need to take control of your life. You will learn techniques to deal with symptoms of diabetes, fatigue, pain, hyper/hypoglycemia, stress and emotional problems such as depression, anger, fear and frustration.

 

BETTER BREATHERS CLUB

Learn ways to manage COPD and get support from others who share your struggles. Get the tools you need to live the best quality of like you can.

 

STEPPING ON: FALL PROTECTION PROGRAM

Have some fun with this prevention minded group with practical tips on what to watch out for.

 

FREEDOM FROM SMOKING

Community-based Freedom From Smoking® group clinics will help you learn how to overcome your tobacco addiction so you can enjoy the benefits of better health, extra money in your pocket and healthier relationships.

 

HEALTHIER LIVING PROGRAM

Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican in collaboration with Nevada Community Prevention Coalition Inc. is pleased to announce a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program - Healthier Living - developed by Stanford University School of Medicine.

 

POSITIVE SELF-MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR HIV

The Stanford University School of Medicine’s Positive Self-Management Program - HIV (PSMP) is 21⁄2 hour workshops held once a week for six weeks. Workshops are held in locations throughout the community and facilitated by two trained leaders.  PSMP workshops are highly interactive. Mutual support and success will build the confidence you need to manage your health and maintain an active and fulfilling life.

 

Anonymous Rx Drops

 

Metro substations have secure boxes for ANONYMOUS disposal of unused or expired Rx drugs.  Properly disposing unused or expired medications will help keep prescription drugs from being sold illegally or contaminating our water supply.

 

Boulder City

Drop Box Location

 

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Address:

Boulder City PD

1005 Arizona Street

 

Laughlin

Drop Box Location

 

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Address:

Laughlin Substation

101 Laughlin Civic Way

 

Moapa Valley

Drop Box Location

 

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Address:

Overton Substation

320 N Moapa Valley Blvd

 

Virgin Valley

Drop Box Location

 

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Address:

Mesquite MD

695 Mayan Circle