A survey of 100 community colleges on student substance use, programming, and collaborations.

  title={A survey of 100 community colleges on student substance use, programming, and collaborations.},
  author={Emil Chiauzzi and Elizabeth Donovan and Ryan Andrew Black and Elizabeth Colleen Cooney and Allison Buechner and Mollie E Wood},
  journal={Journal of American college health : J of ACH},
  volume={59 6},
OBJECTIVE The objective was to survey community college personnel about student substance use, and infrastructure (staff and funding), programs, and collaborations dedicated to substance use prevention. PARTICIPANTS The sample included 100 administrators, faculty, and health services staff at 100 community colleges. METHODS Participants completed a Web-based survey. RESULTS Participants reported a number of alcohol and other drug (AOD) related concerns. Despite limited staff and funding… CONTINUE READING

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