We address the problems of drug and alcohol abuse in Lea County through...

PREVENTION, INTERVENTION, TREATMENT.

The Community Drug Coalition (CDC) of Lea County seeks to reclaim the community from substance abuse, with a primary focus on the reduction of youth substance use.

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About Us: The Community Drug Coalition (CDC) of Lea County began as a grass-roots initiative by local citizens and community leaders in an effort to address the growing drug problem in Hobbs and Lea County, New Mexico. The dedication, commitment and efforts of a small group of people developed into a non-profit coalition. The City of Hobbs, the County of Lea and others provide funding for the CDC. The CDC would not have become a reality without the financial support of the local governments and citizens.
Community Resources: Palmer Drug Abuse Program of Lea County (PDAP) - Guidance Center of Lea County, Inc. (GCLC) - United Way of Lea County - Option, Inc - Isaiah's Soup Kitchen - WHI Hobbs - Phoenix House - Opportunity House, Inc.

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1 week ago

COVID-19 and the opioid crisis: When a pandemic and an epidemic collide

Over 20 million people in the U.S. have a substance use disorder. During COVID-19, experts see signs of relapses, overdoses, and other worries. What can we do?

1 week ago

During these unprecedented times, don't forget that we are here to help. Call 575-391-1301 or come see us @ 107 S Dalmont, Hobbs.

2 weeks ago

HOBBS Apartments

Thank you all volunteers 🙋‍♀️ for this day! Lea County Sheriff's Office , Hobbs Police Department , ATK,CDC ,Cissy's Food Ministry, Options! and all that came to support our community💙 ... See more

3 weeks ago

Unemployment caused by coronavirus pandemic may be accelerating drug overdose deaths

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in mass layoffs, which may be exacerbating the opioid epidemic and accelerating drug overdose deaths in America.

3 weeks ago

New Mexico Department of Health

Prescription opioids mask your pain but they can't heal it. Relying on opioids for too long multiplies your risk of addiction.

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