As part of the 2017 Undergraduate Student Government resolution, in order to receive funding, a Registered Student Organization (RSO) must annually ensure that their organization has at least 25% of their membership completing this harm reduction program. To support this requirement, the Health Promotion, Collegiate Recovery, and Social Justice Education teams provide the content and facilitation for the workshops.
You will have until the annual RSO Re-Registration Deadline to complete the program. This requirement is an important step in creating a safe and inclusive DU community. Thank you for supporting this goal!
You do not have to meet this requirement prior to submitting re-registration materials when Re-Registration opens in the Spring Quarter, but do need to complete the requirement by the re-registration deadline.
The workshops cover specific content areas:
Suicide Prevention Training
Learn the warning signs, ask the question, make a referral
An introduction to what constitutes, and how to respond to, everyday microaggressions
Recovery is Spoken Here: Recovery Ally Training
This training provides awareness and skills to become an ally of students in recovery. The training explores warning signs of a Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and how to connect students to support through the HCC Collegiate Recovery Program. Additionally, attendees will learn how to partner with the Collegiate Recovery Program.
Opioid Overdose Response Training (NARCAN)
Attendees of Opioid Overdose Response Training (OORT) will learn how to identify an overdose emergency, how to obtain and utilize Narcan (naloxone HCl), gain insight regarding the Good Samaritan Law, and understand through a DEI lens how Narcan has become a social justice issue.
Unpacking Interpersonal Violence
Learn more about the behaviors that constitute gender-based violence, why they happen, and how you can help stop them.
Let's test your bartending skills and knowledge! This interactive 90-minute workshop will cover how alcohol affects the body and mind, myths about alcohol, pouring standard drink sizes, and ways to prevent alcohol poisoning and intervene in potentially harmful situations. Participants will also learn that more is not necessarily better and discuss safer strategies to reduce risk when drinking.
What is the Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC)?
The Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) is designed to ensure that no one has to sacrifice academic excellence or a social belonging for their recovery. The Collegiate Recovery Program provides a social and study space at the Center for Collegiate Recovery for those in recovery and those whose lives have been affected by substance use and behavioral disorders. Learn more about the trainings and events hosted by the CRC in this workshop.
Check the list of open trainings being offered here.
Request a training for your RSO here.