Towson University's Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention Center strives to create an environment conducive to academic success and wellness.
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The ATOD Prevention Center is rooted in the understanding that the campus is a complex community that influences the behavior of students, faculty/staff, and families. With a harm reduction approach, we provide education to the campus community to empower students to make informed decisions about substances during their time at Towson University. The ATOD Prevention Center is comprised of treatment, prevention, recovery, and peer education services.
The ATOD Prevention Center is proud to sponsor and mentor Tigers in Recovery: A collegiate recovery program. This program is designed to support TU students that are in or seeking recovery from substance abuse disorders.
We offer information about services and resources for students, faculty/staff, and parents.
The ATOD Center also offers free educational resources.
Some topics covered include:
The CDC says for the first time that THC could be behind the vaping deaths and illnesses.
In the state of Maryland anyone can get Naloxone without a prescription at a pharmacy.
You now must be 21 to buy cigarettes, vapes, and other tobacco products in Maryland.