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  • Engaging the community is not just about the student on campus community, but also the surrounding communities; helping to implement values to carry not only at school but also in personal situations.
  • 1. Provide UCF students with substance use screening, brief intervention services and referral for treatment….along with a healthy lifestyle plan for substance use2. Develop and implement education and training opportunities3. Provide leadership to develop and coordinate implementation of campus and community substance use prevention initiatives
  • offers a wide variety of services including education, prevention, alcohol and other drug assessment/evaluation, short term intervention, counseling and referrals. When a student is referred to the office they are required to pay an initial fee of $75Session lengths are usually up to an hour and students can have up to 6 sessions depending on the level of care they need

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  • Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention
  • Overview
    Overview Kenisha Kennedy
    Mission Kenisha Kennedy
    Goals Kenisha Kennedy
    Intro to AOD Kenisha Kennedy
    About Kenisha Kennedy
    Information Jason Strasberg
    Services Jason Strasberg
    Students Will Hall
    Parents Will
    Contact info All
  • Mission
    “Engaging our community; empowering our students; exploring values that lead to REAL opportunities for success”
    http://aod.sdes.ucf.edu/about
  • Goals
    Health Protection
    Prevention
    Environmental Management
    http://aod.sdes.ucf.edu/about
  • Intro to AOD
    The Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Programming (AOD) office
    Only Serve Students
    Referred
    Session Length
  • Information
    Alcohol & Other Drug Prevention Plan
    An alcohol and other drug prevention plan, covering the research, education, assessment, leadership and specific, modular components. This includes assessments, policy reviews, student programming, student and faculty involvement, and marketing.
    Biennial Review
    • The Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations, requires that, as a condition of receiving funds or any other form of financial assistance under any federal program, an Institution of Higher Education (IHE) must certify that it has adopted and implemented a program to prevent the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees.
    • Drug-Free Workplace Schools Policy Statement
  • Services
    The Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Prevention Programming Office offers a wide variety of services including:
    Education
    Prevention
    Alcohol and other drug assessment/evaluation
    Short term intervention
    Counseling
    Referrals
    This office coordinates with many other campus and community programs to create a healthy environment for students to study, work and play in. They provide programs, activities and support services to encourage individuals and groups to make low risk, responsible choices; ones that will optimize their personal and academic success and enhance their time at UCF.
  • Real Student Assistance
    Confidential screening and assessment is available for students who are interested in feedback regarding risk and protective factors associated with their self-reported AOD use. Students who have violated campus alcohol and other drug policies and/or have been referred for alcohol and other drug violations with law enforcement are also seen in the office. They strive to help students make the most of their college experience.
  • Brief Intervention
    Trained graduate students from Psychology and/or Social Work programs provide brief intervention services, under the supervision of a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
    Assessment services provide students with the opportunity to meet with a trained clinical provider in a confidential face-to-face session. During the session, students receive individualized screening and feedback on a variety of substance-related behaviors that are designed to inform the student about personalized risk and protective factors, as well as behaviors that can help maximize their health and safety.
    BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening for College Students) is an individually-delivered alcohol abuse prevention program for college students that is empirically supported by rigorous research.
  • Continued
    CHOICES is a group-delivered intervention modeled after the Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP), a program with evidence of effectiveness with college students.
    E-CHUG (electronic Check-Up to Go) is an electronically-delivered intervention that incorporates Motivational Interviewing and Social Norms feedback theories that is designed to motivate students to reduce their alcohol consumption using personalized information about their own drinking and risk factors.
    E- TOKE (electronic THC Online Knowledge Experience) is an electronically-delivered marijuana-specific brief assessment and feedback tool designed to reduce marijuana use among college students. E-TOKE draws on social norms marketing and motivational interviewing theories to motivate students to reduce their level of marijuana use using personalized information about their own behavior and risk factors.
  • Real Peer Education
    The Peer Education program mission is to provide leadership in developing and implementing educational programs in which University of Central Florida students are supported in making healthy alcohol and other drug lifestyle choices.
    Undergraduate students who complete a 3 hour Peer Education credit course are eligible to be selected as Peer Advocates. Peer Advocates train other students to recognize risk and protective factors related to substance use, as well as plan and implement campus-wide health promotion events.
    Programs include:
    REAL Music- Distribution of BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) cards and free music downloads to students who know how to use a BAC card and have it with them when asked by a REAL Music Peer Advocate
    Party Smart-Host liability seminars
    Good Sport-Citrus Bowl Tailgating initiative
    Safer Spring Break
    On-Campus Alcohol Screening
    Social Norms Marketing Campaign
    Late Knights
    AOD education presentations
  • For Students
    Substance Use and Consent to Sex:
    If any consent is given while under the influence of any substance, the consent is invalid. In order for consent to be valid, these conditions must be met:
    Freely and actively given
    A mutual understanding of the consent
    Consent to one form of sexual activity is not consent to any other form of sexual activity
    Consent is not a lack of resistance
    Consent can be withdrawn at any time as long as it is clearly communicated
  • Party Smart
    Party Smart Checklist:
    Know the laws
    Designate a sober host
    Know your guests
    Provide food
    Do not use glass, use plastic or cans
    Pick up the trash afterward
    Keep the noise level reasonable
    Party Smart Kit
    The party smart kit includes:
    A party smart planning guide
    Brochures on alcohol
    A party smart T-shirt
    2 condoms
    Other items as they are available
    Appointments:
    You can schedule an appointment with the offices or walk in. The office is a place where students can go if they are alcohol or substance abusers. You can have up to six one hour sessions for free. If you are referred to the office then you may be charged a fee.
  • For Parents
    The REAL project website allows parents to be educated on what the campus offers if there is a problem with their child becoming an alcohol or substance abuser. The Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Programming office also informs parents of the AlcoholEdu for College. The school asks the members of the first-year class to take this science-based course to educate students about alcohol and the effects on the mind and body.
     
  • Contact Info
    Hours 8am-5pm, M-F Phone 407.823.0879 Fax 407.823.0493 E-mailtherealproject@ucf.eduLocationUCF MapAddress Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention ProgrammingP.O. Box 163330Orlando, FL 32816-3330
    Tom Hall, MSW, LCSW
    Director, Education and Training Programs
    thomas.hall@ucf.edu • 407.823.0869
    Stephanie Spies
    Program Coordinator
    stephanie.spies@ucf.edu • 407.823.3652
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