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Drinking (or Drugging) Culture Close-Up
This program can help your group safely identify and discuss positive and negative perspectives, attitudes and impacts of drinking or other drug use. It will open the door for peer conversation about whether – and if so, how – to make adjustments in your drinking/drugging culture for the benefit of all. The discussion is facilitated with the use of an anonymous survey that is completed by members of the group prior to the program. You might be surprised at what your peers have to say! Sixty to 90 minutes.
Where's My Line?
If you choose to drink, this program can help you avoid the downsides of drinking alcohol like hangovers, getting hurt and even alcohol overdose. All students, whether they drink or not, will gain a better understanding of where the line is for high risk drinking and ways to keep yourself and others out of harm's way. One hour, 5 to 30 students.
Choices about Alcohol
This skills-based program is designed to help you make informed and safer choices regarding alcohol so that drinking – your own or someone else's – does not cause harm. With the use of an interactive journal, you will have the opportunity to reflect on the role of drinking in your social life, review facts about how alcohol affects the body and mind, learn how to measure a standard drink, calculate your blood-alcohol content, identify common alcohol-related risks and learn ways to keep yourself and your friends out of harm's way. Materials fee: $5 per person. Ninety minutes, 5 to 15 participants (an additional 90-minute follow-up session is optional).
How to Help a Friend Whose Drinking Worries You
If you worry about a friend whose drinking repeatedly causes problems for themselves or the people around them, don't ignore what's going on. But, it can be difficult to know what to say or do. This program teaches you how to approach a friend in the most constructive way possible, including: how to bring issues out in the open, communicate that you care, explore change and refer a person for help. One hour, 10 to 30 students.