College is a time to forge new social relationships and explore independence and choice-making. Most CSU students make wise choices around substance use. However, for some students, substance use can be a major obstacle to their personal and academic success.
Health Education and Prevention Services staff work collaboratively on substance abuse prevention efforts, focused on helping students make healthy and responsible choices, while avoiding harm to self and others. Strategies used address risk and enhance protective factors at the individual, group and community level.
Detailed substance misuse prevention initiatives can be found in the HEPS Initiatives Summary.
To learn more, contact Health Education and Prevention Services at (970) 491-1702.
CSU Substance Misuse Prevention Advisory Committee
Chaired by the Manager of Substance Misuse Prevention and Assessment, this committee aims to provide strategic direction and refine substance misuse prevention efforts. The committee capitalizes on the power of collective impact through the coordination of initiatives and services across campus and the greater community. Meetings are held quarterly and updates are provided. For more information please contact Monica Keele, Manager of Substance Misuse Prevention and Assessment, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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