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Clark County, Nevada Board of County Commissioners Issues Proclamation Recognizing Vegas Stronger

July 5, 2022

Proclamation Highlights Vegas Stronger’s Unique Commitment to the Community Through Substance Abuse Treatment

Las Vegas, NV – June 28, 2022 – Vegas Stronger, a non-profit whose mission is to help eradicate opioid addiction through treatment in Las Vegas, was recognized in a proclamation from Clark County Commissioner William McCurdy, for their unique role and “dedication to serving our community’s underserved homeless population.”

Vegas Stronger was also recognized for their work to eradicate the opiate epidemic, and addiction, as well as their 13 proven strategies for addressing substance abuse.

The proclamation was issued in late April. A picture of the proclamation can be found below.

“This is further justification of the mission we are conducting here,” said Dave Marlon, founder and CEO of Vegas Stronger. “We believe we can solve Nevada’s substance abuse problem, and so does Commissioner McCurdy.”

About Vegas Stronger

Vegas Stronger is a unique Non-Profit Organization 503(c)(3) focused on reversing the devastation caused to our community by the opiate epidemic and addiction. Our out-of-the box approach helps anyone afflicted, regardless of their race, socio-economic status, or housing situation, in an outpatient facility. We offer more than just traditional groups and are a growing facility with a sober boxing gym, coffee shop, bookstore, bicycle mission, and our customized “13 Core Elements Method.”

We facilitate that restoration to wholeness for individuals, families, and society at large, by creating awareness and providing access to both state-of-the-art and historically reliable remedies. Our services cater to all suffering from the depths of addiction. In many instances, residential rehab is not a viable or financial option.

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