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The Campus and Community Partnership is comprised of students, faculty/staff, and community members from JMU, Harrisonburg, and Rockingham County.  Working together, the partnership identifies community needs, selects key alcohol prevention initiatives, and mobilizes community support.

The Campus and Community Partnership strives to do the following:

  • Identify problem areas and seek solutions through environmental management strategies
  • Provide helpful and factual alcohol information to business and student communities
  • Provide funding for alcohol-free events and programs that impact illegal and high-risk drinking

The following are examples of  recent alcohol-free events and programs designed to heighten community awareness, while diminishing the impact of alcohol abuse within our community:

  • Social activities that positively engage youth/students
  • Peer education initiatives
  • Training opportunities for students and staff
  • Efforts designed to build awareness and increase access to community resources

For more information, contact Amy Sirocky-Meck, Associate Director, University Health Center - Health Education, Advocacy, and Prevention