The Nevada Prevention Resource Center (NPRC) is the State Center for the Nevada RADAR (Regional Alcohol and Drug Awareness Resource) Network.  The NPRC is dedicated to providing current information on substance abuse prevention, treatment, and research, as well as materials in related fields such as mental health. Nevada Prevention Resource Center consists of a clearinghouse of free print and electronic materials available in bulk, as well as a library collection which circulates videos, books, kits, and more.  Both services are available to all Nevada residents and organizations at no cost.  Feel free to look around and contact us with any questions.                

Nevada 2-1-1
Crisis Call Center

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more useful links and the latest news about Nevada Associate Centers, Prevention Coalitions and other partners in Nevada and across the nation.

Nevada 2-1-1:

a comprehensive statewide repository for information and referrals for Nevadans.

Crisis Call Center: Suicide, Child Abuse, Elder Abuse and the Substance Abuse Help Line: 775-825-HELP (4357) or toll-free: 1-800-450-9530.

It is the Mission of the Nevada Council on Problem Gambling to generate awareness, promote education and advocate for quality treatment of problem gambling in the State of Nevada.


March 31, 2014- Last Day

to sign up to Nevada Health Exchange


If you haven’t enrolled by March 31, you won’t be able to apply until the next open season, unless you qualify for a special enrollment period or experience a qualifying life event. Open season for 2015 will likely begin on November 15, 2014.


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NEVADA AADAPTS is committed to improving the quality and quantity of services by impacting public policy regarding addiction issues and by advancing professionalism in the field. Click for information.

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Call for Abstracts


through 2/28!

Substance Abuse Librarians

& Information Specialists

36th Annual Conference
Rutgers University,

New Brunswick, NJ

April 29 – May 2


Looking forward looking back:

Reflections on the past and planning

for the future

Please submit abstracts of

250 words or less

no later than February 15, 2014

using the online form at:

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