Understanding Situational Tolerance is a 3.5-minute video explaining alcohol tolerance, and how tolerance is situational (which can lead to higher risk of alcohol overdose).
Welcome to the Gordie Center's Prevention Toolkit!
Our Toolkit provides a series of harm reduction Instagram posts, infographics, program guides and resources, and short videos that meet students where they are to help them protect the things they value.
Please download and use these free resources, and be sure to tag the Gordie Center!
Permission is granted to copy and distribute materials in the Gordie Center Prevention Toolkit in any medium or format in unadapted/unaltered/unedited form only, for noncommercial purposes only, and only so long as Gordie Center logos are not removed.
See our student-developed guide to social media contests to create greater engagement. We also offer virtual 1-hour presentations and training for a fee.
You can sort the tools in the Toolkit by topic, content type, and audience!
How to Host a Safer Event is a four-minute animated video with important guidelines for hosting a safe event, appropriate responses to unsafe situations, and tips for recognizing and responding to an alcohol emergency.
- ImageTopic:Other DrugsFormat:Audience:Faculty & Staff, Students, Parents
Instagram campaign to educate on the prevalence of fake prescription pills.
Hazing can happen to anyone -- including student-athletes. The Gordie Center's APPLE Athletics staff created this video to help you build a positive team culture and create a team that wins on and off the field.
Have you ever wondered how alcohol impacts athletic performance? Using the latest research on alcohol and performance, the Gordie Center's APPLE Athletics staff created this video to give you the information you need to make the best decision for yourself and your team.
- Topic:Alcohol, Other DrugsFormat:VideoAudience:Students
What can you do when you’re concerned about a friend’s substance misuse? This Gordie Center short video on bystander intervention video explains how to be an effective bystander using the 5 Ds (direct, distract, delegate, delay, and document).
What can you do to stop hazing? This Gordie Center short video on bystander intervention video explains how to be an effective bystander in hazing situations using the 5 Ds (direct, distract, delegate, delay, and document).
If you're uncomfortable with the activities in your new group, are you being hazed? This Gordie Center short video helps you identify hazing, and provides tips on what to do if you're being hazed.