Special Programs

  • Student Intervention Prevention Program (SIPP) – Designed to address alcohol, violence, and other drug abuse problems among students on campus. SIPP provides evidence based training and education for students, faculty and staff through workshops, conferences, information booths and classroom presentations.  SiPP   also provides On Campus counseling and 
  • Substance Abuse Counseling/Referral Services   The Center’s staff provides both individual and group counseling for students, faculty and staff.    The Center works with JSU Human Resources, Student Affairs and other Departments on campus to provide substance abuse assessment and referrals when needed for students who
  • Youth Education/Prevention Program – work with middle and high schools across the state providing educational activities and evidence based programs.  College Peers are used to implement these programs.
  • Alcohol/Drug Peer Education Program

The IADSC Peer Education Program train students on the effects of substance abuse among college students.  Students have to complete 24 hours of training.  After the training is completed students assist staff in conducting presentations, creating information brochures and the training of other students;

  • Underage Drinking Prevention Services 
  • HIV/AIDS Education

Each of these programs are designed to address specific populations, especially those whom have been identified as having high risk behaviors as it relates to substance abuse.