CampusHealthandSafety.org is an online resource for higher education administrators, students, parents, and other professionals who are seeking information about creating healthier and safer living and learning environments for college and university students, both on campus and in the surrounding community. This Web site emphasizes comprehensive public health-based approach to addressing alcohol and other drug use and violence and in promoting mental health wellness among students.
On this site, you will find an overview of this approach, termed environmental management, and how it may be applied to alcohol and other drug prevention, violence prevention, and mental health promotion on campus. This site also presents the latest data on the scope of these problems, information on how students and campuses are affected by them, and examples of prevention approaches that professionals and concerned citizens can implement on their own campuses and neighboring communities.
The resources on this Web site include tools and resources for campus and community professionals who would like to design, implement, and evaluate prevention programming in a campus community. For those looking for detailed information from the field, you will find Resources and References, Research and Theory, Frequently Asked Questions, and examples of Prevention in Action from campuses across the United States.
CampusHealthandSafety.org is created by the  Center for College Health and Safety at Educational Development Center, Inc. Funding for this Web site has generously been provided by  The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
CampusHealthandSafety.org is an online resource to assist higher education administrators, students, parents, and other professionals in creating healthier and safer living and learning environments for college and university students. This Web site emphasizes a public health-based comprehensive approach to preventing college student high-risk behaviors, and to promoting healthier campuses and their surrounding communities.
CampusHealthandSafety.org is created by the  Center for College Health and Safety at  Educational Development Center, Inc. Funding for this Web site has been generously provided by  The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
About The Center for College Health and Safety
The Center for College Health and Safety (CCHS) assists colleges and universities in developing, implementing, and evaluating prevention policies and programs to address a broad range of health and safety issues at institutions of higher education. The Center also conducts research to expand current knowledge about effective strategies in promoting health and preventing alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, and violence and injuries. The Centerís services include professional development, technical assistance, publications, and a broad array of electronic communication resources. For more information about CCHS visit their  website.
To report any technical difficulties or to suggest additions to this Web site, please contact the  Webmaster. The Center for College Health and Safety Education Development Center, Inc. 55 Chapel St. Newton, MA 02458-1060 Phone: (617) 969-7100, ext. 2366 Fax: (617) 928-1537 E-mail: email@example.com
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