Alcohol and Drug Awareness Learning Program for Higher Education

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Misuse of alcohol and drugs can have a wide range of serious consequences, including academic failure, injuries, and death. The CDC has recently stated that almost 70% of drug overdose deaths in 2018 involved opioids. This learning program emphasizes a harm-reduction approach that teaches students who choose to drink ways to use alcohol responsibly and informs students of the misconceptions and dangers associated with the illicit use of opioids.

These courses contain required content that may be upsetting to learners.

Know Your Limit will help learners understand:

  • The importance of moderating alcohol intake
  • The dangers of binge drinking
  • How to intervene if friends have had too much to drink
  • Additional possible adverse outcomes of alcohol use, such as money spent on drinks and caloric intake

Opioids: What You Need to Know will help learners:

  • Recognize the scope of the opioid problem and how it might affect you
  • Describe the risks of accidental overdose (OD) and addiction
  • Debunk common opioid misconceptions
  • Recall how you can help yourself or others

 

Students at higher education institutions can benefit from these courses.

 

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    Know Your Limit will help learners understand:

    • The importance of moderating alcohol intake
    • The dangers of binge drinking
    • How to intervene if friends have had too much to drink
    • Additional possible adverse outcomes of alcohol use, such as money spent on drinks and caloric intake

    Opioids: What You Need to Know will help learners:

    • Recognize the scope of the opioid problem and how it might affect you
    • Describe the risks of accidental overdose (OD) and addiction
    • Debunk common opioid misconceptions
    • Recall how you can help yourself or others

     

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  • Healthy Alcohol Choices This presentation can be used by trainers at your institution to discuss moderation with incoming students during orientation or information sessions.