Ohio College Initiative

Drug Free Action Alliance brings together more than 52 colleges and universities to form campus and community coalitions to reduce the environmental influences that condone or promote high-risk drinking.

Underage drinking and excessive drinking have negative effects on everything we're trying to do as a university.  They compromise the educational environment, the safety of our students, the quality of life on campus, the town/gown relationships, and our reputation.  - Dr Judith Ramaley, Former President, University of Vermont


Overview

Ohio College Initiative to Reduce High Risk Drinking encourages and assists colleges to establish campus and community coalitions that implement environmental strategies to change the alcohol related culture surrounding college students. 

How Do I Get Involved...?

Drug Free Action Alliance brings together more than 46 colleges and universities to form campus and community coalitions to reduce the environmental influences that condone or promote high-risk drinking. Drug Free Action Alliance helps the colleges and universities to focus on five strategies for reducing the environmental influences.


This membership site is an invitation-only community provided for designated staff of four year colleges and universities as well as community colleges involved with on campus prevention programming.

If you feel you qualify, you may send an email to Contact@DrugFreeActionAlliance.org with your request to register.