Mayahuel Prevention Consortium II

The Mayahuel Prevention Consortium II is a community-based substance abuse prevention coalition with a focus on primary prevention. Through training, technical assistance, and mentoring, this coalition collectively develops, disseminates, and evaluates community-based prevention and education materials related to fentanyl, counterfeit pills, and psychostimulants affecting the rural border community of Douglas, Arizona. By collaboratively working on substance abuse prevention activities and community education, the consortium will continue strengthening substance abuse prevention efforts. This project is funded through the State Opioid Response (SOR) Substance Abuse Coalition Leaders of Arizona (SACLAZ).

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