We are happy to report that we have completed our re-accreditation site visit (Feb. 2-4). Thank you to everyone who helped with the visit!
Webinar: Alcohol, Drugs, and College Students
Presenter: Latasha Y. Hicks Becton, Ph.D., LCMHC, LCAS, CCS
Description: Institutions of higher education are required to follow the federal regulations set forth by the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA). As part of those regulations, each institution must establish and implement a program of alcohol and drug prevention, education, and intervention for students and staff. In this presentation, we’ll talk specifically about patterns of alcohol and drug use in collegiate student populations as well as discuss potential interventions and ways to support students who wish to modify their patterns of alcohol and/or other drug use.
- Explain the parameters of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act relevant to institutions of higher education
- Describe the problem of alcohol and drug use in college students.
- Discuss potential interventions for students that are using alcohol and other drugs
Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at 1pm ET
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- February 24-26: NC Counseling Association Conference
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