Maryland Collaborative to Reduce College Drinking and Related Problems
The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has funded an exciting new initiative to help Maryland colleges address the problem of excessive drinking and its consequences in their communities. College student drinking problems exact enormous social and economic costs for families, friends, and the community-at-large, including assaults, injuries, drunk driving, alcohol abuse and dependency, and death. Colleges and universities have a limited ability to address the problem without local and state community partners. The Collaborative is made up of colleges and universities that are willing to work together with community partners to reduce college alcohol use and create environments that support a safe and healthy college experience that prepares students to succeed in college and in the rest of their lives.
2013 Statewide Educational Conference:
College Drinking in Maryland: What's Happening and What Works
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