ADAP Program Services
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Education
- Substance Abuse Evaluation/Counseling
- Awareness - Raising activities promoting student involvement
- Online Alcohol and Drug Abuse Education and Intervention *meets program requirements for violating Emporia State University Alcohol Policy
- Alcohol and Drug Information School (ADIS) *meets requirements mandated by the court for Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Minor in Possession (MIP), and Minor in Consumption (MIC), misdemeanor possession of a drug or drug paraphernalia
- Our program's ADIS curriculum combines Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) and Motivational Interviewing in individual counseling sessions.
According to College AIM, Alcohol Intervention Matrix (www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov/CollegeAIM),
Individual-level strategies aim to produce changes in attitudes or behaviors related to alcohol use rather than the environments in which alcohol use occurs. Expected outcomes, in general, are that a strategy may decrease an individual’s alcohol use (e.g., frequency, quantity, or blood alcohol concentration) and/or alcohol-related risk-taking behaviors, thereby reducing harmful consequence.
A highly effective strategy used with college students is combining:
Personalized feedback intervention (PFI): such as eCHECKUP TO GO
Skills training, alcohol focus: Goal/Intention Setting
Skills training, alcohol plus general life skills: Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP)
Brief motivational intervention (BMI): In-person—Individual (e.g., BASICS)
Personalized feedback intervention (PFI): such as eCheckup to Go