Participate in Annual Survey
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2019-2020 Indiana College Substance Use Survey at no cost to you!
Don't miss this opportunity to collect important data on students' use of substances, reasons for and consequences of substance use, what students think their peers are doing, and more. You will receive a customized report of your campus results, comparing your results to the statewide data and analyzing the data by gender and age categories.
Data will be aggregated and individual campuses will not be identified in the state report. Only you will have access to your specific campus data. Surveys must be completed in Spring 2020, before your spring break.
The survey is funded by the Indiana Collegiate Action Network through a contract with the Indiana Family & Social Services Administration, and is coordinated by the Indiana Prevention Resource Center at Indiana University.
To participate in the survey, or for more information, please contact:
Indiana Prevention Resource Center
ICAN Social Media
ICAN is a statewide coalition of colleges and universities in Indiana working to address high risk activities among college students.
ICRUD WEBINAR - PARTNER'S IN CRIME
Partners in Crime: How Law Enforcement and Communities Can Address Underage Drinking Together Confirmation from April 29, 2020.
EVERYBODY's DOING IT - Presentation
“Everybody’s doing it: Changing what the community believes about underage drinking”. This training will provide tools for communities to create social norms messages to address the misconceptions about underage drinking, how to implement social norms campaigns, and how to involve community partners, including students.
Here is the presentation from March 6th Webinar:
ICAN 2020 ANNUAL MEETING DATE SET
Please plan on joining us (place in Central Indiana TBD) for two days of learning, discussion and networking, featuring national speaker Peter Lake on Title IX. Stay tuned for more details!
PREVENTION WITH PURPOSE:
A STRATEGIC PLANNING GUIDE FOR PREVENTING DRUG MISUSE AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS