Check out this informative video to see My Student Body in action!Download FREE The newly revised Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (Sa VE) Act now requires colleges and universities to address the sexual violence students face on campus: the highest rates of stalking, the highest risk of nonfatal intimate partner violence, and high rates of rape or attempted rape.They may hide their alcohol abuse for years without suffering any major losses.
Binge drinking should be seen as a gateway or portal to the development of poly-drug users.
As the gateway drug theory suggests, routine use of less harmful drugs, in this case alcohol, will lead to risk of abusing more serious drugs.
[tags: Alcohol] - Alcohol is the most lethal drug causing injuries, health problems and even deaths to people worldwide.
Most people think that because cocaine, heroine and bang are not legalized then they are the most dangerous drugs but this is untrue.
To start with, getting sober and drug-free requires the desire and determination to get clean, and having both of these is crucial.
If you’re looking for help for a loved one or a friend, know that they’ll need to be “on board" with the idea of recovery if they are going to have a solid chance of getting clean.
When one hears the word ‘alcoholic’ for most people a picture comes to mind of someone whose life is in disarray because they drink too much.
Not all alcoholics fall into this stereotype, however.
Sa VE instructs colleges and universities to provide education for students and employees addressing the issues of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.