College Policies & Prevention Strategies

College AIM: Alcohol Intervention Matrix

Date: 2015
Type of resource: General Resource

College AIM-the College Alcohol Intervention Matrix-is a new resource to help schools address harmful and underage student drinking. Developed with leading college alcohol researchers and staff, it is an easy-to-use and comprehensive tool to identify effective alcohol interventions.

Reaching and Engaging “Non-College” Young Adults in Prevention Efforts

Date: February 2015
Type of resource: General Resource

This toolkit is designed to help practitioners working to reduce substance misuse and abuse among non-college young adults find the data they need to inform their planning efforts, and to overcome some common challenges to reaching and engaging young adults in prevention efforts.

College Drinking

Date: April 2015
Type of resource: General Resource

This printable fact sheet from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) provides current use data and strategies on how to address college drinking.

Strategies to Prevent Binge or Heavy Episodic Drinking Among Adolescents and Young Adults: Using Prevention Research to Guide Prevention Practice

Date: January 2015
Type of resource: General Resource

Provided by SAMHSA, this document summarizes evaluations of prevention strategies and interventions associated with problem drinking. Includes related toolkits.