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During this public service announcement, Miss America Camille Schrier promotes campusdrugprevention.gov - a website supporting the efforts of campus substance misuse professionals.
Dr. Dolores Cimini, Director of the Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research at the University at Albany, discusses her strategies for sustaining a long-running prevention program.
September Johnson, Alcohol and Other Drug Specialist at Wesleyan University, discusses the role Cultural Competence plays within the steps of the Strategic Prevention Framework.
Dr. Peggy Glider, the coordinator for Evaluation and Research at the University of Arizona Campus Health Service, discusses Step Five of the Strategic Prevention Framework.
Diane Fedorchak, interim director of the Center for Health Promotion at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, discusses Step Four of the Strategic Prevention Framework.
In this video, Dave Closson, director of the Mid-America Prevention Technology Transfer Center, discusses Step Three of the Strategic Prevention Framework.
Margo Leitschuh (pictured left), Communications Coordinator with Missouri Partners in Prevention, and Joan Masters, Senior Coordinator with Missouri Partners in Prevention, discuss Step Two of the Strategic Prevention Framework.
Dr. Karen Moses, director of Wellness and Health Promotion at Arizona State University discusses Step One of the Strategic Prevention Framework.
Rich Lucey, Senior Prevention Program Manager at the Drug Enforcement Administration, talks about this new web series which highlights each step of the Strategic Prevention Framework.
(January 21, 2020) Congratulations to Troy University! Students at the Alabama school created the video that won first place in the 4th annual Red Ribbon Week Campus Video PSA Contest.