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

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Nexus Coalition partners with Blue Ridge Unified School District Mental Health Director

Nexus Coalition has partnered with Rebecca Montoya Wright, the Mental Health Director at Blue...

Looking for a Program Coordinator to Join Our Team

Looking for a Program Coordinator to Join Our Team

  As a Program Coordinator for Nexus, you will work to help reduce substance...

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July 2023 Recap

Nexus Coalition Executive Director, Vicky Solomon, partnered with AZHIDTA Drug Intelligence Officer, Randy Moffitt,...

Nexus Impact 2021-2022

COMMUNITY OUTREACH 5053 youth have participated in various activities provided by Nexus. 1703 adults...

Counterfeit Colored Pills Circulating in Arizona Communities

This information is being shared with the public for situational awareness and safety purposes....

Coalitions Activate in Response to Fentanyl Crisis

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

What is Naloxone?

Children's Educational Programing Special, Safe and Sound

The Dangers of Fentanyl

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

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

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


(800) 273-8255


text 741741


(800) 662-HELP (4357)


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.


Students educated every year


People benefit from our media outreach efforts in Navajo County


Meetings/trainings every year


Adults participated in program activities