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AAA Clubs College and University Drinking and Driving Prevention Awards Program

The College and University Drinking and Driving Prevention Awards Program, developed in 1997, is a partnership between various AAA Clubs and CCHS to respond to the continuing campus need for innovative and effective approaches to alcohol and other drug problems. Its goal is to identify and disseminate model approaches for reducing drinking and driving on campus and in surrounding communities, and for preventing alcohol and other drug use that can result in impaired driving. Since its inception, the program has presented awards to dozens of colleges and universities in six states and has underwritten a dissemination panel at the U.S. Department of Education's National Meeting on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention in Higher Education.


UPDATED! May 2007Winners of the program are contained in "Reducing Drinking and Driving on Campus: Best Practices from the College and University Drinking and Driving Prevention Awards Program," October 2006. (Microsoft Word)

Winners of the College and University Drinking and Driving Prevention Awards Program

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