The Maryland Collaborative has updated its website with a new, modern design and responsive layout for mobile and tablet devices.
Alcohol marketing in the digital age has increased availability may have lasting implications on alcohol policy and public health.
This is the 3rd edition of A Guide to Best Practices. The Guide synthesizes the existing research on interventions, effective and not effective.
College Parents Matter provides parents tips for talking to their college-aged child about alcohol and high-risk situations that involve alcohol.
The Maryland Collaborative supports universal screening in traditional settings, such as health or counseling centers, and possibly other touchpoints.
Research shows that excessive drinking and substance use during colleges can increase risk for academic performance problems, including lower grades, lower academic engagement and delayed graduation.
We joined our forces and our voices to ask the Maryland General Assembly to ban the sale of grain alcohol in Maryland, and they listened. Now it’s time to celebrate.