Welcome to the Alcohol and Drug Counseling Student Association! We're glad you're here. We want to make this website and portal THE place to locate all resources, events and happenings related to Human Services/Chemical Dependency and majors at Metro State. Feel free to browse our site. We hope you like what you see. If there is anything you would like to have added, please, feel free to drop us a line.
The Alcohol and Drug Counseling Student Association has monthly meetings during the academic year: September - May on the third Thursday of the month. Food is provided along with speakers, other ADC major students, alumni and information on events such as conferences, speakers, volunteer opportunities and networking opportunities. Come and join Us!
Remaining Fall Meetings:
October 19th, 2017 from 4:30 to 5:45 in St Johns Hall room 154. This meeting will be dedicated to Narcan rescue kit training, provided by Stephen Platt. Space and kits are limited, so come early! Sandwiches from Kowalski's will also be provided in the conference room located in the faculty offices upstairs, room 200.
November 16th, 2017 from 4:30 to 5:45 in Library room 301. This will be a traditional meeting, with ADCSA students sharing their experiences from conferences attended throughout the semester, information on how to advocate for yourself to be sponsored by Metro State to attend conferences in and out of state, as well as great food and networking with your fellow students and faculty.
We also have a Facebook page. We list job postings, articles and other interesting tidbits in chemical dependency. To link to our Facebook page, click the Facebook icon.
We look forward to seeing you at a meeting or on campus very soon.
The objective of the organization is to strengthen students’ knowledge in chemical health educational resources, including internships, employment, volunteer and all other related issues by sharing knowledge and experiences. This could be achieved by putting their awareness concepts into practice via interaction between students themselves and between students and the community. By getting involved with the organization, students will develop strong professional relationships with their peers and other associations which is a basic necessity for social connection in a working environment.
Membership in registered student organizations must be open to all persons without regard to race, color, sex, sexual or affectional preference, religion, national or ethnic origin, handicap, or disability. Members of all student organizations must conduct themselves at all times in a mature and responsible manner. The rights and property of all persons are to be respected regardless of time or place. Failure to comply with University, City, State, or Federal laws and regulations can result in appropriate disciplinary action. Members of student organizations are expected to adhere to standards of conduct established by Divisions and Departments of the University.
Groups must have four (4) officers who are degree-seeking students and who have paid the activity fee. By submitting this form you certify that the above information is true and correct, and further, that the constitution and/or operational rules of this organization are in accordance the policies and regulations regarding student groups. You further authorize Metropolitan State to release the contact information not listed as private to those requesting information about this organization.
For purposes of this form we list the four officers as: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. We understand that your organization Bylaws/Rules will use the actual titles for your organization.
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Alysia Lajune - SLLD Coordinator
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