About Last Night: Alcohol and Other Drugs
In this session students learn about how to recognize misuse issues, the campus policies around drugs and alcohol, how to help someone in an emergency, and harm reduction strategies if they choose to use alcohol or other drugs. Also students learn about how to recognize misuse issues, the campus policies around drugs and alcohol, how to help someone in an emergency, how to reach out to someone whose use is affecting the community, and when to refer to resources.
Choose it Yourself Health Education Skill Shops are evidence based short health education sessions created by student Peer Health Educators (PHEs) with expert oversight to ensure the right information is presented in an approachable manner. All sessions have been created by students for students in conjunction with medical professionals, therapists, and or faculty on campus. They utilize the tools of activated health education, social psychological interventions, and advocacy based health education in order to empower students to be proactive about their health and wellbeing.