The Colorado Higher Education Prevention Summit will allow collegiate prevention teams to learn more about cannabis trends statewide and nationally, as well as increase knowledge about evidence informed prevention practices.
The Retail Marijuana Education Campaign, in collaboration with the Coalition of Colorado Campus Alcohol and Drug Educators (CADE) invites prevention teams from across the state to a one day training at Metropolitan State University of Denver in Denver, CO.
All campuses are welcome to attend to learn from other institutions and to share successes. The Colorado Higher Education Prevention Summit will provide lunch and a toolkit for all attendees, as well as a Program in a Box to support ongoing cannabis education and intervention efforts.
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There is no fee to register for the summit, though we request attendees register for accurate meal and material counts. Lunch will be provided, and attendees will receive a toolkit and resources to support on going prevention efforts on campus. You will need to log in to your NASPA profile to register- if you need help registering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant Director, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Initiatives
Phone: 202-265-7500 ext 1251
Special thanks to the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. The Retail Marijuana Education Program includes social marketing campaigns directed at educating the public on the health effects of marijuana and legal use, aligning messaging across state agencies, maintaining the colorado.gov/marijuana portal for state marijuana information, and evaluation of public health education and prevention efforts.
The training will be held in Metropolitan State University of Denver's Center for Advanced Visualization and Experiential Analysis (CAVEA) room. Upon entering MSU-Denver's Student Success Building, take the elevator or stairs to the fourth floor. The CAVEA theater will be to the left.
The closest parking options to the Student Success Building are the 7th St Parking Garage (payment due at time of exit), or the Tivoli Parking Garage (pre-pay at kiosk). If you are arriving by lightrail, the campus is served by both the Pepsi Center Station, or the Colfax/ Auraria Station.