Alcohol and Other Drug Educational Resources
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Education and Prevention Coalition
The Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Education and Prevention Coalition is a community-wide collaborative of individuals, campus departments and community members interested in taking action for a healthier, safer campus environment.
The ATOD Coalition is co-chaired by Lindsay Montgomery, AOD Prevention Education Coordinator, and Dalida Brown, Health Promotion Coordinator. The coalition meets each semester to discuss programming, policy, research, education, grants and environmental issues and to support campus wide initiatives.
The ATOD Coalition collaborates on educational programs, awareness activities, and health protection programs for students that aim to create a healthy campus environment and minimize the harm incurred by problem behaviors. In addition, the Coalition researches, writes and collaborates grants for ATOD funding and research at Kennesaw State University, as well as collaborating with local leaders to limit student access to alcohol and other drugs, and support the efforts of local law enforcement. The Coalition investigates, coordinates and facilitates interaction with the greater Collegiate Community, including Cobb County, City of Kennesaw, City of Marietta, private business owners, and local student housing providers. The Coalition also reviews and makes recommended changes to AOD policies and coordinates the Biennial review.
For more information on the ATOD Coalition or getting involved, please contact us at email@example.com.
Campus partners that are planning an AOD event, continuous programming, or an AOD related grant may click the button below to complete the form for biennial review purposes. If you have an event that you would like to have added to the ATOD Coalition calendar, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Click here to Complete Form
Recovery Meetings and Resources
On Campus Meetings
For people who use cannabis, a tolerance break can have multiple benefits. CYAAR would like to support you on this journey. This guide was designed to help anyone who might be thinking about taking a break from cannabis use. The T-Break Guide has short daily practices and tips for a 21-day tolerance break. You can click the image below to download the PDF and use it digitally, or print it out.
Each person who attends & completes training is provided a free Naloxone kit. At the end of this training the participants will be able to:
- Identify potential warning signs of an overdose
- Operate and administer Naloxone in the event of an overdose
- Identify how Naloxone works
- Understand the Georgia Medical Amnesty Law
Upcoming Educational Events
- Jan20Yoga for RecoveryTime: 3:30 pm Location: Online
- Jan20Naloxone TrainingTime: 5:15 pm Location: Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery - Kennesaw Campus - University Village 6000 Building
- Jan25Collegiate Recovery Program Community MeetingTime: 6:00 pm Location: Online