RENO, NV – July 20, 2022
Hi all --
In case you couldn’t attend, the Governor and First Lady toured STEP2, a center for women to access treatment to substance use, domestic violence and trauma services, in Reno today.
“All Nevadans deserve a safe space to access treatment and break the cycle of addiction, poverty and domestic abuse,” said Governor Sisolak. “I’m so proud of the work this facility has done for decades to keep families together and help mothers and women in their journeys to sobriety and build a brighter life for their families.”
Photos from the event can be found HERE.
On Wednesday, July 20, Governor Steve Sisolak and First Lady Kathy Sisolak will tour STEP2 in Reno, a non-profit center that provides substance use disorder treatment, domestic violence intervention and education, and trauma services to women.
STEP2 has served over 4,600 families since its founding in 1986 with a goal to break the cycle of addiction and violence in families. The center offers group counseling and therapy, a residential treatment facility, a transitional living campus as well as on-site medical and wrap-around supportive services.
Media is invited to attend, please RSVP by 3 p.m. on Tuesday for specific details.
*Please note: Media will be asked not to show the faces of clients during the tour, but all other aspects of the tour will be able to be filmed.