The Dartmouth Center on Addiction, Recovery and Education serves to identify and help implement solutions to this problem as it exists within individuals, families and diverse communities. At the Center, students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends work to address addiction, encourage recovery, and provide interdisciplinary, multi-cultural education and evidenced-based resources.
SAMSA Health Information Network provides extensive publications and information on various drugs of abuse: Go to: Publications for more information
The New Hampshire Higher Education Alcohol and Other Drug (NHHEAOD) Committee brings together representatives from public and private colleges and universities who are committed to addressing alcohol and other drug issues. The committee is a collective voice for college AOD issues at a statewide level and promotes knowledge and advancements in the AOD field through joint programs and initiatives. Furthermore, the committee strives to assist, support and strengthen representatives in their campus efforts to develop "low risk" environments through consultation, resource sharing and collaboration.
An informational site on social norms theory, marketing approaches, and general social norms information. An excellent resource for understanding what social norms is, how it works, and the theories and hypotheses constituting the campaign's framework.
BACCHUS & GAMMA is a network for peer educators to collaborate on health education issues. The BACCHUS & GAMMA site contains information, resource links, and a list-serve option.
The College Tobacco Prevention Resource is a comprehensive approach to campus tobacco prevention and an excellent resource for tobacco education. The section highlighted here refers to tobacco cessation programs for college students and provides strategies for approaching this issue.
Dartmouth College Health Service
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Last Updated: 7/23/15