Strong Families Program

Our program is designed to increase nurturing, bonding and communication within families who have children ages 10-14. We provide you with resources and information to develop deeper connections as a family. Download the Strong Families Pr See more details

Champions of Change

Schaider Honored at White House Reducing Drug Use and Building a Healthier America Illegal drug use costs the U.S. more than $193 billion per year and students who use drugs do poorly in school. These Champions of Change are exemplifyin See more details


One of the major activities of the Casa Grande Alliance is to inform policymakers, practitioners, and the general public about substance abuse—its nature and extent, its prevention and treatment, and its relation to other problems. See more details

New Location

We have moved! Our new address is 901 E. Cottonwood Ln. Suite C in Casa Grande.   See more details

Need help with treatment?

View the current list of treatment resources available in the Casa Grande area. See more details

25 Years of Prevention

The Casa Grande Alliance celebrated 25 Years of Prevention this year. The Casa Grande Dispatch featured the Casa Grande Alliance in an issue that went out to over 28,000 people in our community. Click here to view the article. See more details

City Scene 2014

The Casa Grande Alliance Community Coalition

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Who are we?

The Casa Grande Alliance is a community coalition formed in 1989. Coalitions provide a framework for organizations, families and individuals to address substance abuse issues in the community.  Members of the CG Alliance include over 50 individuals and agencies who share a vision of a safe and drug-free community. We serve Pinal County, Arizona, focusing primarily on Casa Grande and the surrounding communities.
Funding for CG Alliance activities comes largely from grants from the Arizona Parents Commission, Cenpatico of Arizona, and the United Way of Pinal County.

Our mission:

To create partnerships and work together to reduce substance abuse and violence among youth and adults.

Our motto:

Partnering for a safe and drug-free community

Outcomes & Successes:

In 2004, 47% of Casa Grande youth were using some sort of substance to get high (alcohol or other drugs). By 2012, that number was reduced by 15.29%, due largely to the work of the coalition. That includes the following reductions on 30-day-use:

-Alcohol: 36.86% reduction

-Marijuana: 35.29% reduction

-Meth: 85.71% reduction

-Heroin: 83.33% reduction

-Prescription Pain Relievers: 48.21% reduction

-Prescription Stimulants: 85.71% reduction

-Binge Drinking: 38.40% reduction


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