This web site was designed for today’s university student
and administrator, although the concepts explained here can be
applied to anyone who chooses to drink. Whether you’re looking
for an alcohol speaker
for your event, help
for yourself or a friend with an alcohol or other drug problem,
resources for a paper
or project in school, or if you’d like to keep up to date
on current research
in the field, this web site is for you. Do you need posters
for your residence halls or fraternity houses? How about “wake
up call” cards for those who need help? You can also
get your questions answered in the “Dear Randy” section
of the monthly newsletter.
And please let us know if there’s anything else we can add
or modify to meet your needs.
Alcohol education has been replaying the same theme for the past
20 years…and it’s not working any more. “Just
say no” doesn’t work for most college students. It’s
time we had a new message, a real message. One that not only makes
sense, but works! Finally that message is here. "Party with
a Plan" using the "Know the Code 0-1-2-3" guideline
gives students who choose to drink the tools they need to use
alcohol in a safe and low risk manner.
Now there’s a new program that doesn’t preach to
students about what NOT to do, but rather what they CAN do. How
to drink and not worry about DUI’s, fights with friends,
or dropping grades. How to place a reasonable limit on drinking
that draws an accurate line between those who drink and those
who get drunk.
with a Plan” alcohol education risk reduction program using
the KNOW THE CODE 0-1-2-3® guideline will revolutionize the
way college students look at the consumption of alcohol. The creator
and presenter of the program is Randy Haveson, who brings to this
program over 20 years of experience as a therapist, university
health educator, professional speaker, and recovering addict.
Randy’s teach, not preach approach to this topic has been
widely accepted and appreciated on campuses across North America.
Students see his method as non-threatening, sensible, honest,
and logical. Even non-drinkers appreciate the message!
Social norming shows us that how you present information is vital
to how it gets through to students. By putting the focus on the
positive, you get more attention and more acceptance than highlighting
the negative. "Party with a Plan" using the "Know
the Code 0-1-2-3" guideline does the same thing! It shows
students how to make good decisions regarding alcohol and a solid
guideline to follow.