CEICNV Welcomes You

Our 3 Core Focuses 

Freedom 

Equity 

Opportunities 

Growing Plants

CEICNV at a Glance

CEIC is focused on civic engagement and policies that will open  opportunities for communities and people that were disenfranchised by the war on drugs

 

Activities

Bringing Change

Holding Plant
Community Garden
Brainstorming

Monthly Civic Meetings

Civic Engagement Training

Every first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm we have a group coaching meeting where we learn how to make a difference in the civic life of our communities and develop the combination of knowledge, skills, values and motivation to make that difference.

October meeting will be in person 

Nevada Partners 

690 W. Lake Mead 

89030

 

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Outreach 

Connect with the community

CEIC partners with local orgs that promote a better quality of life in a community, through both political and non-political processes.

NCCRFund

( Nevada Cannabis Community Reinvestment Fund)

Helping The Community

The NCCRFund is designed to provide potentially short-term and long-term funding to organizations in the community with programmatic models addressing: mental health, legal services for pre-legalization cannabis related charges and other community-based support services, public education, community outreach ad grant distribution to support designated community organizations who focus on cannabis education and providing services related to the industry such as skills training and job placement.  Outreach will focus on communities in Nevada that have been disproportionately affected by the previous federal and state drug policies.

 

The importance of Community Equity and Inclusion Coalition or Cannabis Equity and Inclusion Coalition is to establish a community of advocates for equality and inclusion. Our current focus is the Cannabis Market Place in Nevada where the number of Black owned licenses is less than 1%.

CEICNV

 

To apply for NCCRFund 

 

702.350.2158

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