The Maryland Collaborative seeks to reduce excessive college drinking and resulting social and economic costs by raising awareness of college student drinking as a statewide public health problem and by helping college communities implement effective policies and practices to reduce the problem.
Gregg Hanour described his training for bar owners and managers and discussed strategies to work with bars to improve student safety and reduce excessive drinking.
Aimee Hourigan, Director of Substance Abuse Prevention and Education at the University of South Carolina, presented strategies for implementing screening outside of health care settings, including screening with high-risk populations, and discussed ways to use data to engage campus stakeholders in prevention efforts.
The Maryland Collaborative now has a Student Advisory Board comprised of student representatives from member schools across the state who provide valuable feedback on the Collaborative’s activities from the student perspective as well as share on-the-ground information regarding student needs and concerns on member campuses.
This comic strip provides information about what Maryland students should know about cannabis at college.
In this free online Maryland-certified training series, bar owners and managers will learn valuable tips to increase profits, reduce liability, and improve customer care.
About The Maryland Collaborative
Established 2012 | 19 Member Colleges and Universities
The Maryland Collaborative is a network of Maryland colleges and universities working together with community partners to reduce excessive alcohol use in their campus communities. Using data-driven approaches, the Collaborative engages partners to create environments, policies and practices that help our students make healthy decisions, succeed in college and become productive members of their respective communities. … Read More