ERIC Number: ED322407
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: 0
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Intervention and Prevention Program. 1989-90 Annual Report.
Rapaport, Ross J.
The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Intervention and Prevention Program (ADAIPP) is a comprehensive program developed at Central Michigan University in 1984 to reduce alcohol abuse, encourage low risk use of alcohol by those of legal age who consume it, support individuals who do not use alcohol or other drugs, and provide referrals for persons with alcohol and other drug problems. This document contains the 1989-1990 annual report for the ADAIPP. Eight ADAIPP goals are listed and the university's alcohol and other drug educational messages are given. Drug education is briefly reviewed as a national concern. An outline of campus activities during 1989-1990 to reduce alcohol and other drug problems contains sections on: (1) staff and campus involvement; (2) curriculum; (3) campus-wide programs; (4) housing; (5) university apartments; (6) the Wellness Resource Center; (7) the Alcohol Education Discipline Program for alcohol-related infractions of the Student Code of Conduct; (8) the Counseling Center; (9) orientation; (10) placement; (11) campus recreation; (12) academic assistance programs; (13) health services; (14) student organizations/student involvement; (15) plans for dissemination of Campus Alcohol Policy; (16) CM (Central Michigan) Life (a university publication); (17) community involvement and resources; (18) recovering persons prevention project; (19) summer special theme courses and workshops; (20) evaluation; (21) public broadcasting; (22) Department of Public Safety; (23) community education and service; (24) grant funded projects; and (25) consultation. The report concludes with a set of plans for the 1990-1991 academic year. (NB)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Central Michigan Univ., Mount Pleasant.
Note: For 1988-89 report, see ED 310 308.