Thursday, January 23, 2014

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Free Alcohol Prevention Program for Southern Miss Students

Alcohol desgraciaWe are now accepting referrals of traditional age Southern Miss students (age 18-25) for our Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention Program for College Students (BASICS). BASICS aims to help students prevent the consequences often associated with alcohol use. For a limited time, this program is free of charge to Southern Miss students.

In addition to learning valuable strategies for reducing the adverse effects of alcohol use, Southern Miss students who agree to participate in research associated with the program can earn up to $30 in gift certificates for Barnes and Noble or Starbucks.

If you are a Southern Miss student between the ages of 18 and 25 who drinks alcoholic beverages and you are interested in learning more about BASICS, please contact Dr. Michael Madson at 601.266.4546 or michael.madson@usm.edu with questions.

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