The GA Network, is a statewide organization and is committed to supporting colleges and universities in Georgia to support, educate and share resources working toward evidence based programs and effective standards aimed at reducing alcohol and other drug problems on the college campus.
The Georgia Network proactively addresses the issues of alcohol and other drugs in order to promote healthy campus environments.
Located in the heart of Georgia, Kennesaw State University’s Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery hosts The Georgia Network Office. State co-coordinators Dr. Terry L. Faust and Teresa Wren Johnston strive to collaborate statewide by coordinating educational opportunities, training and forums for discussion of important AOD issues and concerns.
Membership in the GA Network is open to all institutions of higher education in the state of Georgia.