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Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs Program
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California State University, Long Beach is part of a surrounding community that influences students’ behavior. Therefore, in 2001, the CSULB Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) Program was established due in part to recommendations of the CSU Chancellor’s Office. These recommendations state that each campus should design appropriate programs for their institutions and for their student subgroups. Additionally in 1989, the Federal Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act required all colleges and universities receiving funds to maintain alcohol and other drug prevention programs and to review their effectiveness at least every two years.

Mission

The mission of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) Program is to educate students about the potential negative consequences of drug and alcohol use and/or abuse. Through innovative programming, peer education, campus outreach, and community collaborations, the ATOD Program serves to create a harm-free environment in which students can achieve their academic goals and acquire skills necessary for life-long success.

Goals

The goals of the ATOD Program strives to create a campus climate that:

  • Reduces harm to students
  • Encourages dialogue regarding students’ behavior
  • Facilitates skill-building ad academic success
  • Demonstrates the diversity and unique qualities to provide valuable university opportunities.

 

Check out the ATOD Brochure!

ATOD Brochure

 

ATOD Advisory Council & Subcommittees

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The Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD) Advisory Council and subcommittees were established in the Fall of 2003 at the recommendation of the Chancellor's Office. The ATOD Advisory Council and subcommittees meet once per month.

 

ATOD Advisory Council Members

ATOD Advisory Council provides advice regarding the development of ATOD programs and goals, and provides guidance regarding the assessment of the effectiveness of the campus programs.

  1. Stephanie Baugh- Life Skills Coordinator, Athletics
  2. Victoria Bisorca - Single Subject Credential Coordinator, Health Science
  3. Allison Borwell- ATOD Health Education Assistant, ATOD Program, SHS
  4. Brad Compliment- Director, Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
  5. Kristen Fabiszewski, Assistant Director, SHS/ Coordinator, Resources & Quality Assurance
  6. Gail Frank- Professor, Family & Consumer Sciences
  7. Victoria Gardner - Investigator, Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
  8. Kenneth Kelly, Director, SOAR/ PFP, Testing & Evaluation Services
  9. Jeffrey Klaus- Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/ Dean of Students
  10. Jennifer Layno - Health Education Assistant, ATOD Program, SHS
  11. Ryan Macleod- Cooridnator, Housing & Residential Life
  12. Thomas Malizia, Director, Student Conduct & Ethical Development
  13. Marshall Thomas - Director, Veterans Affairs
  14. Heidi Ortiz, Coordinator, ATOD Program
  15. Linda Pena- ATOD/ Violence Prevention & Sexual Misconduct Counselor, Sexual Assault Victim's Advocate
  16. Don Penrod- General Manager/ CEO, Forty-Niner Shops, Inc.
  17. Matt Peterson- Owner, Legends Sports Bar
  18. Claudia Plaza- Interim Director, Housing & Residential Life
  19. Omid Shamoil- Student Representative, IFC
  20. Mary Ann Takemoto - Associate Vice President, Student Affairs/ Director, SHS
  21. Carmen Taylor- Chair, Vice President , Student Affairs
  22. Fernando Solorzano - Chief of Police, University Police
  23. Jarrod Spanjer- Head Trainer, Athletics
  24. Brett Waterfield, Director, Student Life & Development

 

ATOD Oversight Committee

ATOD Oversight Committee oversees the ATOD Intervention & Treatment and Education & Marketing subcommittees, and ensures compliance with CSU policies and recommendations of comprehensive alcohol policies that are consistent with the campus mission, reviews activities to gather information to assess the impact of campus prevention and intervention programs, oversees ATOD 1-2-3 disciplinary procedures, and works to maintain and improve the Step 1 ATOD Mandatory Class and Step 2 Counseling & Assessment.

  1. Brad Compliment- Director, Counseling & Psychological Services
  2. Kristen Fabiszewski, Assistant Director, SHS/ Coordinator, Resources & Quality Assurance
  3. Ken Kelly, Director, SOAR/ PFP, Testing & Evaluation Services
  4. Jeffrey Klaus- Chair, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/ Dean of Students
  5. Jennifer Layno - Health Education Assistant, ATOD Program, SHS
  6. Thomas Malizia- Director, Student Conduct & Ethical Development
  7. Cindy Masner- Interim Director, Athletics
  8. Heidi Ortiz, Coordinator, ATOD Program
  9. Linda Pena- ATOD/ Violence Prevention & Sexual Misconduct Counselor, Sexual Assault Victim's Advocate
  10. Don Penrod- General Manager/ CEO, Forty-Niner Shops, Inc.
  11. Claudia Plaza- Interim Director, Housing & Residential Life
  12. Fernando Solorzano - Chief of Police, University Police
  13. Mary Ann Takemoto - Chair, Associate Vice President, Student Affairs/ Director, SHS

 

ATOD Education & Marketing Subcommittee

The ATOD Education & Marketing Subcommittee communicates alcohol policies and drinking risks to students and parents, works with faculty to infuse curriculum with alcohol-related topics, and participates in development of social norm campaigns.

  1. Stephanie Baugh- Life Skills Coordinator, Athletics
  2. Allison Borwell- Health Education Assistant, ATOD Program, SHS
  3. Victoria Bisorca - Single Subject Credential Coordinator, Health Science
  4. Kristen Fabiszewski, Assistant Director, Student Health Services/ Coordinator, Resources & Quality Assurance
  5. Gail Frank, Professor, Family & Consumer Sciences
  6. Kenneth Kelly- Director, SOAR/ PFP, Testing & Evaluation Services
  7. Jeff Klaus- Chair, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Dean of Students
  8. Jennifer Layno - Health Education Assistant, ATOD Program, SHS
  9. Ryan Macleod- Coordinator, Housing & Residential Life
  10. Heidi Ortiz, Coordinator, ATOD Program
  11. Linda Pena- ATOD/ Violence Prevention & Sexual Misconduct Counselor, Sexual Assault Victim's Advocate
  12. Carol Roberts- Corb- Director, Residential Life
  13. Brett Waterfield- Director, Student Life & Development

 

ATOD Intervention & Treatment Subcommittee

ATOD Intervention & Treatment Subcommittee develops effective training, intervention and treatment programs for campus, develops alcohol and risk management education programs, and develops research-driven programs to modify dangerous drinking behaviors.

  1. Brad Compliment- Chair, Director, Counseling & Psychological Services
  2. Kristen Fabiszewski, Assistant Director, SHS/ Coordinator, Resources & Quality Assurance
  3. Jennifer Layno - Health Education Assistant, ATOD Program, SHS
  4. Thomas Malizia- Director, Student Conduct & Ethical Development
  5. Heidi Ortiz, Coordinator, ATOD Program
  6. Linda Pena- ATOD/ Violence Prevention & Sexual Misconduct Counselor, Sexual Assault Victim's Advocate
  7. Claudia Plaza- Interim Director, Residential Life
  8. Jarrod Spanjer, Head Trainer, Athletics
  9. Mary Ann Takemoto- Chair, Associate Vice President, Student Affairs/ Director, SHS
  10. Marshall Thomas- Director, Veterans Affairs

 

 

Updated 6/9/16