Miss Virginia travels across Virginia to elementary schools spreading a message of health, wellness and prevention with students and teachers.
BOLT provides middle schools with training and resources to teach students the effects of drugs and alcohol on the body, brain, academics and relationships through alcohol and drug prevention education, leadership skill building and strengthening of refusal skills.
YADAPP is a leadership program for high school students to address underage substance use through implementation of strategic prevention plans at their schools.
The Power of Parents program is designed to empower parents of middle and high school students through resources and training to have ongoing, intentional conversations about the dangers and consequences of underage drinking.
VOSAP promotes collaboration among state and local agencies, organizations, coalitions and faith communities that address substance abuse prevention.
HEADS UP provides resources to help strengthen and support the mission of healthy and safe campus-communities, and offers strategic planning materials to define clear and identifiable measures.
Supplies are provided to community groups in an effort to decrease social providing. The project includes stickers being placed on alcohol packaging reminding buyers to not provide to minors and is done in conjunction with a press event to help raise awareness.
VHESUAC is led by an Executive Council and Workgroup that develop and update a statewide strategic plan for substance use education, prevention and intervention at Virginia’s institutions of higher education.
Trainings are held regionally and conducted by Virginia ABC special agents to help managers and owners of licensed establishments become more responsible and to better understand Virginia laws, rules and regulations.
RADD online training is designed to educate licensees and alcoholic beverage delivery drivers on delivery best practices. Join us in preventing unlawful sales and consumption of alcoholic beverages while running a successful and safe business.
Trainings are held regionally and conducted by Virginia ABC special agents to help alcohol sellers and servers in licensed establishments become more responsible and to better understand Virginia laws, rules and regulations.
Pursuant to COV 4.1-227(E), STAP reviews and approves alcohol seller and server training programs external to Virginia ABC for approved use by licensed establishments in Virginia.
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