Family Fun Helps to Break the Cycle 

Growing drug- and alcohol-free futures in Mesquite!  

At the latest Breaking the Cycle event, participant families enjoyed a bowling party. Bowling, pizza, smiles and lots of laughter made a perfect score! 

The PACT Coalition, together with the Women’s History and Culture Center (WHCC), is part of a Southern Nevada  initiative to Break the Cycle of drug and alcohol addiction. In Mesquite, NV, these organizations are part of the  comprehensive Mesquite Drug Court Breaking the Cycle Program, led by Judge Ryan Toone. Drug Court participants may  voluntarily opt into the program for a time period of 18+ months. Together with the Mesquite City Attorney’s Office,  SafeNest, and Mesquite Behavioral Health, the Breaking the Cycle Team provides participants with comprehensive opportunities to experience drug- and alcohol-free futures with multi-faceted support.Here’s a glimpse of family fun  AND program success. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The PACT Coalition is a substance misuse prevention coalition dedicated to providing resources to the  communities of Southern Nevada providing 3 basic services including, direct funding to nonprofits and  governmental agencies increasing substance misuse prevention directly to those in need throughout Clark  County, training and education in addiction, substance use disorder and mental health prevention and  promotion to community members and professionals, and a neutral convening table to discuss issues of the  day where sector members come to the table to solve current issues related to substance misuse and  behavioral health issues. Find out more by visiting drugfreelasvegas.org. 

 

The Women’s History and Culture Center shares information on women’s achievements and  multicultural issues to improve the quality of life of women and men in the greater Mesquite  area. Find out more by visiting whccmesquitenv.org. 

Breaking the Cycle events are supported by the Nevada State Department of Health and Human Services through Grant #1NU17CE925001 from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.