GENESEO — Geneseo’s Healthy Campus and Community Coalition is sponsoring a training designed to increase the participants’ skill level and understanding of effective prevention
practices and share effective strategies for communities to address alcohol problems from an environmental standpoint.
The training will address underage drinking on and off college campuses as well as how colleges can partner with communities to create safer environments through policy change initiatives, consistent enforcement, and strong social norms related to the provision of alcohol to underage youth and underage drinking.
“Tomorrows HC3 event is a great opportunity for both the community and College to learn more about Environmental Prevention and its benefits,” said Shelly Wolanske, Community Preservation Coordinator for HC3. ” HC3’s goal is to increase protective measures, education and change attitudes and norms that support dangerous drinking and other drug use in Geneseo”.
The training will be conducted by the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) and will be held at Big Tree Inn on Wednesday June 13.