Alcohol and other drug abuse is one of the most pervasive and persistent health problems in the nation. It affects people from all walks of life, from all backgrounds and across all economic and social boundaries.
We provide a quality, student-focused addiction and prevention education. The ADS curriculum is accessible to students from across the state, region and beyond. Students, in partnership with faculty, become a community of active individuals who are accountable for their own education experience. We encourage a learning environment that promotes critical thinking and facilitates respect and caring. We provide experiences with a diverse population to foster cultural competency and opportunities to develop professional accountability and an appreciation for lifelong learning. Professional and community partnerships assist in promoting development of self-awareness and an understanding of the healthcare team.
For more than 40 years, we have been a national leader in offering addiction, co-occurring and prevention education that emphasizes state-of-the art, evidence-based approaches to addiction. We give students the skills and knowledge they need to meet the changing needs of the clients and the communities they live in.