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Student Health Services

A.T.O.D. Facilitators (Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs)

Students facilitate small classes for judicially mandated or other interested students on the issues involved in alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use. Topics discussed include values clarification, media literacy, understanding your personality, costs of substance use/abuse, the Five Areas of Life, the stages of addiction, and more. Facilitators are asked to attend a weekly team meeting to get training for the class, support in tough situations, and practice being a facilitator. In addition, an extended one to two day training is provided once or twice a year. Volunteers need to be able to commit to 4 or more hours a week. Credit is available. To apply to be an A.T.O.D. Facilitator, stop by our office located at the Student Health and Wellness Center, and pick up an application.

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