Coalition Information

Coalition Information

Who We Are

The Tempe Coalition is comprised of local residents and professionals who live and work in the community and strive to collectively improve the City of Tempe by advocating for the reduction of alcohol and drug use among Tempe youth.

The Coalition is made up members who represent a wide range of community sectors including: business, media, law enforcement, schools, substance use providers, youth, parents, youth serving organizations, civic groups, healthcare professionals, governmental agencies and faith based organizations.

If you live or work in Tempe and care about our youth, please attend our next meeting.

We Invite You To Join Us!

Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, May 14th at the Tempe Public Library, 2nd floor Conference Room, 3:30pm-5:00pm.
Contact tempecoalition@tempe.gov if you would like to join us.

Preventing and Reducing Opioid Abuse

Opioid addiction is a national problem. Tempe is committed to reducing opioid addiction in our community through compassionate programs, scientific research, GIS data and more.

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Opioid Town Hall Resources

If someone you love is battling addiction, please visit this link to find resources in Maricopa County.

Tempe Coalition received 1,000 drug deactivation kits, now available to the community as an option for safe prescription drug disposal, please email: Hilary_Cummings@tempe.gov

Local Resources

Sun Devils Anonymous 2019 meetings
Formerly known as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings, Sun Devils Anonymous is the new name for our recovery meetings that are open to individuals in any form of recovery. Meetings will be held at all four ASU campuses. Each location will follow the same meeting outline; however, each campus will have its own unique twist to better serve the ASU community.
Monday: 12 – 1 p.m., ASU’s Polytechnic campus, Citrus Dining Hall, Private Dining room, starting Jan. 21
Wednesday: 1 – 2 p.m., ASU’s Tempe campus, Memorial Union, Yavapai room, starting Jan. 16. (Jan. 30 meeting will be held in the Memorial Union, Chrysocolla Room)
Thursday: 1 – 2 p.m., ASU’s West campus, Verde Dining Pavilion, Changemaker conference room, starting Jan. 31
Friday: 8 – 9 p.m., ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus, Sun Devil Fitness Complex, room 415, starting Jan. 18

 Tempe Coalition Contact

Hilary Cummings
Program Director
480-858-2316

Send Us a Message

Tempe Coalition Contact:

Hilary Cummings
Program Director
480-858-2316

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In Partnership With:

Tempe Community Council

Funded By:

A Drug Free Communities Support Program grant.

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