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The CSU Health Network provides various presentations to assist students in making healthier choices to accomplish both academic and personal goals. C.R.E.W.S. currently offers program in these 3 areas. Scroll down for more detailed information on each program area, and/or to request a program.
  • Alcohol

    Our alcohol programs aim to engage peers in critical thinking about alcohol use, reduce risks associated with high-risk drinking and how to take care of others who may be at risk.

  • Sexual Health

    These fun and interactive programs aim to educate peers about sexual health in a judgment-free manner. The programs are designed to enhance understanding of risk and protective factors around sexual health.

  • Tobaccco

    Our programs give you the straight facts about tobacco products including hookah and e-cigarettes.  We’ll give you the information so you can make your own choices regarding tobacco.

ALCOHOL

Dude, where’s my car?

Participants take part in a hands-on, interactive discussion about alcohol serving sizes, as well as the alcohol content of different beverages. They learn how alcohol affects the body and how much time sobering up takes. BAC (Blood Alcohol Level) is explained, along with how to calculate it and why it is important to know. Participants will also explore how more is not necessarily better and when drinking is the most risky and what can be done to reduce risk.

Option:  An optional addition to this program includes a Marijuana Quiz.  This quiz is brief and includes facts about potency, sleep effects, local laws, memory/cognition, edibles and more. If you would like this option, please select the Alcohol- Dude, where’s my car? (With Marijuana Quiz) on the Presentation Request Form

  • Duration: Average time 30-45 minutes
  • Minimum: 8 people
  • Maximum: 100+ people
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SEXUAL HEALTH

Condom Line Up

In this interactive session, participants will learn the proper steps to using a condom (using bananas and condoms). They also learn about ways to best negotiate condom use and the importance of consent. Expect a lively group discussion about information learn.

  • Duration: Average time 25-45 minutes
  • Minimum: 10 people
  • Maximum: 60 people
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Sex Trivia

In this fun and interactive program, students team up to test their sexual health knowledge while engaging in friendly competition with peers. This sex positive program is designed to education students about sexual health information, consent, and resources offered at CSU

  • Duration: Average time 45-60 minutes
  • Minimum: 10 people
  • Maximum: 75 people
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TOBACCO

Know What You’re Smokin’

In this unique presentation, participants examine the world of hookah smoking, associated risk of smoking hookah and ways to reduce those risks. Information on tobacco cessation recourses available to CSU students is provided.

  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Minimum: 10 people
  • Maximum: 200+ people
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Tobacco 101

In this presentation, participants learn interesting tobacco facts, including what is in a cigarette, the health effects of second-hand smoke on humans and pets and the truth about chewing tobacco. Participants will also explore how the tobacco industry targets and markets to college students and resources for quitting tobacco are presented.

  • Duration: 30-60 minutes minutes
  • Minimum: 10 people
  • Maximum: 200+ people
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Student Testimonials

Our educational programs make a difference in the way students think about important behavioral areas like alcohol, tobacco, and sexual health.

Alcohol

"I learned there is a standard drink for everything, even wine - and one drink is less than you think."

Sexual Health

"I learned how to inspect a condom before you use it to make sure it’s safe and not expired, and the “sombrero method” to make sure you’re facing the condom on the right way."

Tobacco

“I never knew that one hour of hookah smoking can be equivalent to smoking a pack of cigarettes.”