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About the Postsecondary Education Partnership — Alcohol Harms

The Postsecondary Education Partnership — Alcohol Harms is a group of universities and colleges from across Canada, partnered with the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) and Universities Canada. This partnership is focused on supporting nation-wide campus efforts to reduce the harms related to alcohol consumption.

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PEP-AH members are using an evidence-based framework that includes five strategic areas, recommended initiatives and measurement indicators, to develop action plans for alcohol harm reduction on their campuses.

PEP-AH members come together to share knowledge, expertise and the results of their ongoing efforts to reduce alcohol-related harms.

Sharing Experiences Among Members

Key to solving issues related to alcohol use is sharing information on what works and what doesn’t across Canada.

Besides sharing a common framework, PEP-AH was set up to facilitate conversations across the postsecondary education sector on alcohol harm reduction. Members are encouraged to connect with one another, learn more about the initiatives underway at campuses across Canada, share experiences and build relationships that guide successful interventions.