Topic: Alcohol Education Training Programs - AE
The sessions are intended to provide students
information regarding the use of alcohol and
drugs and the impact on their lives. The focus
of the programs is risk reduction.
Two different types of programs are offerd. The
Alternatives Education program is a two-hour risk
reduction program. Goals of the class are to
participants indentify individual level of risk;
provide information about alcohol and its use;
determine what is low risk for each individual.
The Chemical, Alcohol Education Program is a four-
hour intervention program. Topics included in
curriculum are a self assessment; phases of
and drug use; issues of illegal drug use;
impairment issues; and five steps to risk
Both programs are based on the Prevention
Institute (PRIme for Life model).
The complete PRIme for Life program is available
through the Office of Health Education, 100
Health Service Center. Contact instructor Leslie
Haxby McNeill at 529-5047 or e-mail