Benefits of Conducting a Biennial Review: Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act

Discusses the importance of conducting a thorough and rigorous biennial review of alcohol and other drug prevention. The writer suggests that this practice provides those implementing a comprehensive substance abuse prevention program—inclusive of policy, education and student assistance, enforcement, campus needs assessment, and campus/community collaboration—an opportunity to reflect what is going well, determine where improvements need to be made, and strategically plan how to maintain and strengthen the overall efforts of a campus to address alcohol and other drug use.

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