WRAP (Western's Responsible Alcohol Partnership)
WRAP (Western's Responsible Alcohol Partnership) exists to help students have a safe and healthy experience while attending Western State Colorado University. To accomplish this goal, WRAP provides students with alternative activities to prevent the abuse of drugs and alcohol, many of which incorporate a variety of methods of stress reduction. One unique aspect of the approach is that WRAP tries to help and support students who violate campus drug and alcohol policies, rather than simply punish. WRAP wants to ensure that alcohol is used legally, responsibly, and with respect to the health of themselves, fellow students and the community. WRAP collaborates with campus groups to provide drug and alcohol education to the entire campus community, partners with GCSAPP and the BACCHUS Network to provide drug prevention and wellness education for WSCU students.
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DONT CANCEL THAT CLASS!
Attention Teachers!! Are you going out of town during the week, come down with a sudden illness that will keep you away from the classroom and you HAVE to cancel a class or two?? DON'T CANCEL THAT CLASS!!!
There's no need to cancel your class. Western's Responsible Alcohol Partnership (WRAP) and the CLUE Club, by the way of the Don't Cancel That Class program can help by coming to your class and making a presentation on a number of topics that are relevant to college students. We are also willing to make these presentations to your class if you are going to present. Even if you don't need to cancel a class, you are always welcome to request any of these presentations for your classes throughout the year!
Common Program Offerings include:
- Suicide Prevention Training (Question, Persuade, Refer)
- Step up! Intervention Training
- Alcohol and Academics
- Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
- Choices Class
- Helping Students in Emotional Distress
- Are you Stressed Out?
- How to Help a Sexual Assault Survivor
For a complete description of each program offered, click here