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Outreach and Consultation

  • Need materials to help educate campus audiences about alcohol and other drugs?

  • Want to schedule a training or presentation for your class, RSO, residence hall or other group?

  • Trying to find a guest lecturer for a class or community group?

  • Need to make a referral for substance abuse treatment or counseling and don’t know where to turn?

  • Want to learn more about substance use and prevention efforts?

  • Ever thought about getting involved in prevention, recovery or education programs?

The Center for Health Promotion can help!
Call (413) 577-5181.

Some of what we've been doing lately...

  • New Students Orientation and associated programs for parents.

  • Trainings for New Students Orientation program counselors.

  • Educating students and families about MyStudentBody, the online health education course mandatory for all first-year students.

  • Sharing information about sexual health, violence prevention, alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, and more through performances by the Not Ready for Bedtime Players.


Research shows environmental changes reduce high-risk drinking, but achieving change requires collaboration.

One of the Center for Health Promotion's key partnerships is with the Campus and Community Coalition to Reduce High-Risk Drinking (CCC).

University and community leaders, with support from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, came together to form the CCC in 2004.

The CCC is a diverse group focusing on reviewing campus policy and community laws; increasing consistency of enforcement; limiting alcohol availability; expanding alcohol-free options; creating a health-promoting campus environment; and restricting student-targeted alcohol marketing on- and off-campus.