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EDGAR Resources

The following resources are provided to assist you as you work to improve the alcohol and other drug prevention program on your campus.  Additional information and links will be added as they become identified, and if you have a recommended resource to share, please email the information or a link to the material to Lisa Macke.

 

GICA Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Program Webinar:

Your Date with EDGAR:  Biennial Review Compliance Webinar

 

Alcohol and Other Drug Program Resources for Institutions of Higher Education:

NIAAA Resource:  College Alcohol Intervention Matrix (CollegeAIM)

Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery

The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS Standards)

The Network

America College Health Association

AlcoholEdu (EverFi)

2002 NIAAA Report (A Call to Action)

College Drinking—Changing the Culture

The Core Institute

National Council on Patient Information and Education (Prescription Drug Abuse)

National College Health Improvement Program:  Learning Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking

Safe Supportive Learning

 

Statewide Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Coalitions:

Illinois:  Illinois Higher Education Center

Missouri:  Partners in Prevention-University of Missouri

Tennessee:  Coalition for Healthy and Save Campus Communities (CHASCo)

 

Information about Enforcement of EDGAR:

Education Department's Report on Alcohol and Drugs May Promote Crackdown

NACUANotes-Federal Enforcement of Drug-Free Schools Regulations Likely to Increase