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Violence & Substance Abuse Prevention

Administration Building 102
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4044





Program Descriptions

Descriptions of Programs Provided

Alcohol Jeopardy (freshman floors)

This program combines UCM data, policy and Warrensburg information in a fun and interactive way. Participants will split into teams and play against each other to guess the correct answer and test their knowledge. This clicker program is perfect for your competitive residents and gives them a chance to work with other residences to recall information and use their deductive reasoning skills. Alcohol Jeopardy is always a crowd favorite! (45-60 minutes)

Alcohol Jeopardy (upperclassman floors)

This program combines UCM data, laws and policy, and other fun facts catered for upperclassman. This game allows for students to play against each other using clickers. The questions have been developed specifically for upperclassman residents and the game has different categories then the freshman version. (45-60 minutes)

Fastest Finger Alcohol Trivia

This program combines data, policy information and risk reduction strategies to allow individuals to play against each other. Questions are asked and using clickers and your residents get to answer the question to see who can answer it correct in the shortest amount of time. In the past CA’s have had the winner pie a CA of their choosing or win a small prize or candy. This game is fun and always. (45-60 minutes)

The “Green Zone”

This program is extremely interactive and combines clickers with pouring activities! Residents will answer a number of questions to make sure everyone is counting drinks the same. Then residents get a personal BAC card and are taught how to read and use it. Residents will get to try their hand at accurately pouring and then measuring their drinks. Calories in a standard drink as well as strategies to stay in their “green zone” will also be discussed. (45-60 minutes)

Request a program consultation with a prevention specialist

Have an idea for a program or not sure which of these programs is the best option for you? Click on the "request a program consultation with a prevention specialist" option to meet with someone from the VSAP office. Please allow up to 3 business days for us to contact you to schedule anappointment.

Bystander Intervention Program

Bystander Intervention is a newer approach to prevention efforts in higher education. Proven as a strategy for violence prevention, this pro-social behavior theory is now being implemented in alcohol and other drugs and diversity programming. During this training participants will learn skills to intervene in problematic or potentially problematic situations. (45-60 minutes)

Alcohol and You

This popular classroom presentation reviews standard drink information, collects data about how acceptable it is to drink and how much the audience really does drink using clickers. The audience then will learn risk reduction strategies if they chose to drink. (45-60 minutes)

Alcohol Skills Training Program

This premiere risk reduction program discusses alcohol expectations, standard drinks, how alcohol affects the body, BAC and risk reduction strategies. (2 ½-3 hours)

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