Consultation & Referrals
--Drug Awareness Week
The ATOD Community Coalition was designed to combine UMC efforts of awareness and prevention with the efforts of those in the local community of Crookston. During our monthly meetings we discuss building and implementing a plan of action that represents the Crookston community and the campus environment regarding our goal of making positive strides in education, prevention, and safety when dealing with alcohol and other drugs using social norming campaigns.
Back row (from left): Stacey Grunewald, Stephanie Helgeson, Tim Motherway, Jackie Robertson, Dustin Heitcamp, Linda Senger, Jerry Knutson, Trent Fischer, T.D. Hostikka
Front row (from left): Lisa Samuelson, Rae French, Jodi Ramberg
Next Meeting: Thursday June 10th @ 4:30 p.m.
in room 116 Kiehle Building, UMC Campus
Who is welcome to attend? Anyone who is passionate about combining forces between UMC and the Crookston Community regarding Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Awareness and Prevention.
Most students at UMC make good choices about alcohol and other drugs. For example, 79% of on-campus residents have never performed poorly on a test or class project because of alcohol or other drug use. Many people don't realize the situation is this good. ATOD is here to help make sure people make their decisions with all the information. Getting this information out and planning some additional alternative activities is the mission of the ATOD Student Coalition. We would love to have you join our efforts. Here are some great reasons why other students have joined...
Top 10 reasons to become an ATOD member:
You see, mot only will you have fun, gain valuable experience that you can back up with your re'sume' and references, but you'll have the satisfaction of knowing you helped change the UMC campus for the better.
Anyone who is passionate about combining forces between UMC and the Crookston community regarding Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Awareness and Prevention. If interested contact Leanne Butt at (281) 281-8528 or Ted Tollefson at (218) 281-8527.