October 17, 2017
National leaders in higher education, policymaking and substance use prevention and treatment will convene to discuss the latest trends, challenges and innovations in preventing and addressing substance use on America’s college campuses. Hosted by the Mary Christie Foundation, the Hazelden Betty Ford Institute for Recovery Advocacy and the University of Maryland School of Public Health, the event will be moderated by New York Times best-selling author William Moyers and feature a panel of university presidents, several notable speakers and new results regarding marijuana, other substance use and the adverse impact on academic engagement and student health and safety. Attendees will include a variety of university officials who will leave with new information, best practices and innovative solutions to help them prevent and address substance use problems on their own campuses.
College Substance Use- New Approaches to A Perennial Problem report
Dr. Jason Kilmer’s presentation on marijuana and effective strategies for addressing all substance use