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Prevention 101

The Prevention 101 is a 5-part video series that explores the foundations of collegiate substance misuse prevention.  It is designed for new prevention professionals.  View one or all of these brief modules.


Jim Lange, Ph.D.
Jim Lange, Ph.D.
Introduction to Prevention: Considering a Comprehensive Approach


Join Dr. Jim Lange, Executive Director of the Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery, as he shares an introduction to prevention and the importance of a comprehensive approach.

Amy Saunders


Building Partnerships Between Campuses and Communities


Amy Saunders, of Marshall University, discusses the importance of engaging both the campus and community in prevention efforts and shares resources to help develop a campus and community coalition.

Dr. Bob Saltz
Environmental Strategies to Reduce Alcohol-Related Harm Among College Students


Dr. Bob Saltz, of the Prevention Research Institute, discusses the importance of incorporating environmental prevention strategies into a campus’ comprehensive prevention plan.

Jim Lange, Ph.D.
Jim Lange, Ph.D.
Alternative Programming: An Exploration of Aztec Nights


Dr. Jim Lange, Executive Director of the Higher Education Center, shares how alternative events can be a useful tool when part of a comprehensive prevention plan.

Dr. Dolores Cimini
Good Ideas are Not Enough: Making Evidence-Based Practices Work for Your Campus


Dr. Dolores Cimini, of the University of Albany, shares why campus’ should incorporate evidence-based practices (EBPs) into their prevention work and identifies resources to assist in the selection of these EBPs.

Additional Resources

College AIM
A Call to Action 2002 Report
CADCA Coalition Handbook

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