The Alcohol and Drug Awareness Committee recognizes that the consequences of high risk drinking and substance abuse may impact health, safety, and personal success.
In line with the University of Lethbridge’s strategic priorities, the A&DAC endeavors to promote the health, safety and security of students, faculty, and staff through engaging activities and information surrounding alcohol and drug awareness, harm reduction strategies and available support services within the University, the City of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta.
The A&DAC’s mission is to:
- Promote and initiate educational programming in relation to high risk drinking, substance abuse, and harm reduction strategies
- Share information and resources that may positively affect the decisions students, staff and faculty make with regards to drug and alcohol use
Our institution is a member of the Postsecondary Education Partnership — Alcohol Harm (PEP-AH). This partnership is focused on supporting nation-wide campus efforts to reduce the harms related to alcohol consumption.
Read more about PEP-AH and the Acadia Strang report, a resource utilized at U of L.
This webpage is brought to you by the University of Lethbridge Alcohol and Drug Awareness Committee (A&DAC). A committee made up of members from the following departments on campus; Counselling Services, Enrolment and Recruitment, Faculty (with expertise relating to alcohol/drug abuse or use), Graduate Students’ Association, Health Centre, Housing Services, Organization of Residence Students, Risk and Safety Services, Security Services, Sport and Recreation Services, Wellness and Recognition, Undergraduate Students (ULSU) and appropriate community guests from Alberta Health Services and other related organizations.