SAI is now offering Discipleship Workshops on Alcohol for Christian Colleges & Universities.
Mission: The Discipleship Workshops on Alcohol will provide students a path for responsible decision making on the use and consumption of alcohol.
- Provide students with information and data on the history of alcohol policy and use in the United States.
- Provide students with information and data on alcohol consumption and the social, physical, and spiritual consequences of alcohol policy and consumption.
- Help students understand their relationship to alcohol in the broader culture.
- Provide a forum to discuss the role of the alcohol industry in marketing, production, and promotion of alcohol consumption.
- Discuss the justice issues associated with alcohol consumption.
- Provide a forum to determine what our future relationship should be with alcohol.
- To examine campus policies and procedures for preventing underage drinking and for providing compassionate responses to alcohol addiction.
Who We Are
Strategic Applications International (SAI) and its affiliate organization ADAPTE International have been working with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Justice on alcohol and drug policy for nearly 20 years. James E. Copple, SAI Partner and Founder is the former President of Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of Americaa funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and helped coordinate the Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Initiative for the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation. The SAI team brings decades of experience on community and university responses to drug and alcohol abuse. SAI has facilitated 32 Governor Summits on Substance Abuse over the last seven years.
What We will Provide
Universities and their students participating in these workshops will leave with information and tools to assess their relationship to alcohol. We will provide evidence based strategies for assessing the role of the alcohol industry in marketing to underage drinkers and to communities disproportionately affected by poverty. We will provide information about prevention, treatment and how best to understand addiction. Universities will have tools to assess their own capacity to enforce underage drinking laws and to provide support and guidance for students needing or seeking treatment. The Discipleship Workshops focus on our relationship to alcohol and what is the appropriate faith response.
To schedule your 2014-2015 workshop please contact us at 202-457-7771 or email James Copple – email@example.com