State of Washington

CCSAP

College Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention

is a group of individuals involved with prevention programs at colleges and universities in Washington state who meet to discuss common issues and problems. 

Click here for past CCSAP Webinars

 

Graduating students

  •  CCSAP End of the Year Conference (May 19, 2014) materials will be posted soon.

 

  •  Check out our most recent webinar:

"Implementing the Biennial Review Process on Your Campus"

Presented by Dr. Eric Davidson, Associate Director, Eastern Illinois University Health Service

Director, Illinois Higher Education Center for Alcohol, Other Drug, and Violence Prevention

 

  

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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
Phone: 206-543-7259

 

 

About

Mission

Members

Affiliated institutions

Reports

CCSAP Printable Brochure

Materials: Webinars & Conferences

2013 CCSAP Year-End Professional Development Conference - Presentations

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In the News:

Mixing Alcohol with Energy Drinks - from the Washington State Liquor Control Board

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ANNOUNCEMENT: The Tobacco-Free Alliance of Pierce County (TAP) invites you to their annual summit, “Tobacco-Free College Campuses: Promoting a Culture of Health.” 

College administrators, faculty, students, wellness professionals and community advocates from across the state will be in attendance for this networking and educational event on December 7, 2012 at Pacific Lutheran University.   

For more information and to register, please visit: www.tpchd.org/communitytransformation/tap

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Drug Take-Back Program

Click on the link above to find a location near you.

Why take back your meds?

It just makes sense.

  • Safe disposal to Reduce Drug Abuse.
  • Safe disposal to Reduce Accidental Poisonings.
  • Safe disposal to Reduce Medicine in the Environment.

 

 

 

This website is provided through a partnership between the College Coalition of Substance Abuse Prevention and
Washington State University. Contact: ADCAPS/Counseling Testing Services at Washington State University
280 Lighty Student Services Bldg, Pullman WA 99164-1065 | 509 335-4511