Copper Corridor Substance Abuse Coalition

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The Copper Corridor Coalition was founded in 2007 and consists of 9 very small towns along Hwy 77 and 177 known as the Copper Corridor. 

Any concerned community member can join, and there are currently over 20 coalition members.

The mission of the Copper Corridor Coalition is to prevent and reduce drug and alcohol misuse through program development, prevention through education, advocacy and services, providing youth-oriented activities so that healthy attitudes towards substance use are formed.

 

The vision of the Copper Corridor is: Committed to providing education and developing resources to address alcohol awareness and prevent drug abuse in the Copper Corridor while embracing and nurturing the many cultures of the area.  This coalition is funded by the Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Grant to prevent youth substance use.

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Our Locations:

Services are provided statewide either in person or through virtual programming throughout the state of Arizona.

If you are interested in seeing one of our programs at your location please contact us. 

Contact:
Darien Mathews
310.926.4765

Darien@AZYP.org