The Vida Del Norte Coalition is a group created to prevent substance abuse among Northern Taos County’s youth.
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Vida Del Norte is launching The Sober Sight, an online fundraising campaign, now through December 21st to raise money to create a safe, drug and alcohol free environment in Questa that can be used by the youth and to host community activities.
We are hosting an online auction with great gifts for the holidays that were donated by local businesses and artists. You can also make a donation without purchasing an item on the auction.
Please click on the image or the orange button above to view the auction and place your bids. If you would like to make a donation please click on the purple button.
*We are hosting our auctions through betterworld.org. When you place a bid or make a donation to Vida Del Norte there is an option to cover the credit card processing fee or tip betterworld.org for the service they provide. You can opt out of these options. Other then the credit card processing fee, Vida Del Norte receives 100% of the money raised in this auction and placing a bid or making a donation to Vida Del Norte on betterworld.org is safe and secure. If you would rather place a bid or make a donation with a check or cash you can do that by calling Maria Gonzalez, Coalition Coordinator at 575) 779-2260. Thank you for your support and for helping to prevent substance misuse in our communities!
Vida del Norte was formed as part of the solution for keeping our Northern Taos County’s children drug-free.
Vida Del Norte Drug Free Community Coalition is funded through a 5-year federal Drug Free Communities Grant.
DFC Program is based on the philosophy that local drug problems require local solutions. Recent evaluation data indicate that where DFC dollars are invested, youth substance use is lower. Over the life of the DFC Program, youth living in DFC communities have experienced reductions in alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana use.
We provide a Youth Sector, a Parent Sector, a Business Sector, a Media Sector, a School Sector, Youth Serving Organization Sector, Law Enforcement Sector, Religious/Fraternal Organization Sector, Civic/Volunteer Group Sector, Healthcare Professional Sector, Government Sector, as well as Other Organizations in Reducing Substance Abuse .
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