is a group of individuals involved with prevention programs at colleges and universities in Washington state who meet to discuss common issues and problems.
UPCOMING WEBINAR! - Alcohol, Blackouts, and the College Student Brain - Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at Noon (Pacific Time)
Dr. Aaron White; Program Director of College and Underage Drinking Prevention Research at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Log-in details TBA.
SAVE the DATE! CCSAP Year-End Professional Development Conference in Spokane.
Date: Monday, June 10, 2013
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: Gonzaga University
To Register: email Jill Royston (firstname.lastname@example.org) and give her your name, institution, and email address. If you are part of a team of more than one person coming from a particular institution (and/or are registering for multiple people at once), please just be sure to pass on all names and emails of each of your colleagues.
Confirmed speakers and topics include:
- Dr. Amelia Arria from the University of Maryland presenting on findings from the College Life Study, including alcohol use, marijuana use, prescription drug use, academic impact, and mental health impact.
- Dr. Megan Moreno from the University of Washington presenting on social networking, Facebook, and how content students post relates to actual substance use and mental health issues.
- Mary Segawa from the Liquor Control Board presenting on I-502 and what colleges need to know related to policy and prevention planning.
- Jena Parisi from the Stacie Mathewson Foundation presenting on collegiate recovery programs and an exciting opportunity for colleges in Washington to receive funding to build capacity to start their own program.
We will also be sending out details on housing options and other practical details at a later date, but wanted to get the existing details out soon so that people could plan accordingly. All registered participants will be mailed additional details about parking, the finalized agenda, and other details as the meeting approaches.
Check back for more information as it becomes available.
Thanks to the support of DBHR, there is no registration cost for attendance at this always exciting and engaging event!
The 2012 Conference was very successful and well-attended. Click here for conference presentations uploaded to this website.
Did you know…….Over half of the institutions of higher education, recognized by the Higher Education Coordinating Board in Washington State, have joined CCSAP!
Thirty-seven separate schools are represented on the coalition. Of these, twenty are two-year community colleges or technical colleges and seventeen are four-year colleges and universities.
For more information on how to join CCSAP, please contact:
Jason Kilmer, Coalition Chair
University of Washington