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SUPER Trainings & Workshops

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Our office offers a selection of in-person group trainings and workshops on a variety of topics related to substance use and online interactive education.

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AlcoholEdu at Stanford

AlcoholEdu is a research-based, student friendly, online alcohol education program designed to assist students in making healthy decisions regarding alcohol use in college.

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Training Offerings

SUPER offers a variety of trainings on a number of topics. Find out what is on offer and schedule a training with us today!

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Here you can access various resources and materials from SUPER.

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The Office of Substance Use Programs, Education, and Resources empowers the Stanford community to reduce high-risk drinking and its related negative consequences, make informed decisions about alcohol and drugs, and increase social outlets that support non-drinkers and light drinkers. Through collaborative education, SUPER facilitates open dialogue on a variety of topics related to alcohol safety and campus culture. Because of this, we strive to develop intentional education that is comprehensive and individualized to meet the unique needs of your community.