Prevention

Prevention

Webinars
May 12 2022

The Impact of Stress on Physical and Mental Well-Being…

LIVE WEBINAR The Impact of Stress on Physical and Mental Well-Being | Strategies for Campus Leaders Webinar Overview Wednesday, June 8, 2:00 PM (ET) | 11:00 AM (PT) Population health is the science of understanding the multiple determinants of ongoing…

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May 11 2022

Mental Health Awareness Month 2022 | Best Practices for…

While life is starting to return to normal after more than two years of instability caused by a global pandemic, it’s no secret that campus administrators are seeing a mental health crisis at their institutions.  In fact, the most recent…

Whitepapers & Guides
May 10 2022

An Evidence-Informed Curriculum to Support Student Mental Health and…

As institutions of higher education seek to educate the whole student, they must also explore ways in which they can provide skills training to foster mental well-being and encourage seeking support. This white paper discusses how the best approaches are…

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April 29 2022

Mental Health Awareness Month: New Data on Mental Health…

Mental Health Awareness Month New data reported in March from the CDC highlights the severity of the mental health crisis experienced by youth during the pandemic. High school students were already experiencing an increase in mental health issues before the…

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April 19 2022

VAWA Reauthorization Act of 2022

On March 15, 2022, President Biden signed the 2,741-page Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022, enacting provisons of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization Act of 2022 that: Expand the scope of the audience and topics covered by prevention education programs…

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April 4 2022

Washington State Hazing Legislation HB 1751: Sam’s Law

When he signed Washington State’s comprehensive hazing bill (HB 1751) on March 30, 2022, Governor Inslee said “This bill is a solemn reminder that we can and will do more to educate students on the dangers of hazing.” The bill…

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April 4 2022

We All Have a Role to Play in Sexual…

As we observe Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we’re reminded that no school is immune to the harm caused by sexual violence and that each of us has a role to play in preventing and reducing sexual assault on campus. This…

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April 1 2022

Child Abuse Prevention Month – Supporting Educators in Protecting…

Child Abuse Prevention Month – Supporting Educators in Protecting Children According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in Federal fiscal year 2020, about 3.9 million referrals were made to child protective services concerning the safety and well-being of…

Webinars
March 22 2022

Addressing Cannabis on Campus: Recent Science and Opportunities for…

On-Demand WEBINAR Addressing Cannabis on Campus: Recent Science and Opportunities for Prevention Webinar Details As more states change the legal status of cannabis for non-medical or medical purposes, it is important to consider what this evolving legal climate means for…