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Office of Substance Use Programs Education & Resources (SUPER)

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SUPER provides research-based alcohol and drug prevention and early intervention programs, education and resources for the Stanford community via peer educators and professional staff. Our goal is to mitigate high-risk alcohol and other drug usage and their related harms among Stanford students by utilizing health promotion principles through collaborative, cutting-edge, empirically-proven educational strategies and programs. Learn more about SUPER. 

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Play and Live

SUPER is invested in a safe environment for students to "play and live." Here you can access things like the party planning guide, find out what EANABS and mocktails are, and learn about sober monitors.  

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Be Safe

Safety is something that we take seriously. Here you can learn more about 5-SURE options available to Stanford's communities, Sober Monitors and their role in parties, and the PEERs that are trained in the fundamentals of public health as it relates to the following topic areas: substance use, sexual citizenship, and health promotion.

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SUPER Reports and Current News

Read various reports created by and in collaboration with SUPER as well as access the latest news or alerts.

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Party Planning Guide

The party planning guide is a resource providing Stanford's communities with up-to-date information and polices to help ensure an event's success. 

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Stress-relieving petting zoo to midnight mocktails: Well House debuts on the Row

A new theme house on the Row offers substance-free living and wellness to its residents, as well as programming and resources for all students.

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Narcan training offered to Stanford community as part of National Fentanyl Awareness Day

Student-led education efforts seek to prevent opioid overdoses on campus by empowering community members with knowledge about the broader context of the opioid epidemic, substance use disorders, and the opioid antagonist naloxone.

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SUPER puts emphasis on education to confront substance use

The Office of Substance Use Programs, Education & Resources is focusing on helping students make healthy choices.

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Come Meet Us at Rogers House

We are located near Tresidder Union and the Faculty Club. Directly across the path from Bechtel, we hope you'll stop by and say hello!

• Email: alcohol@stanford.edu 
• Phone: 650.725.5947