Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Coalition

Provides information on the purpose of the ACHA Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD) Coalition. The purpose of this coalition is to: maintain an active group of multi-disciplinary individuals committed to enhancing the efforts to identify alcohol and other drug use as a leading health and safety issue on our respective campuses; be a mechanism for the exchange of information, resources, and tools to address the many impacts that student ATOD use and abuse has on a college campus; identify and disseminate best practices addressing ATOD issues; and provide continuing education, advocacy, and professional development across ACHA.

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