Understanding Addiction– This workshop provides a scientific look into the roots of addiction. You will have the opportunity to engage in conversation around how our perceptions of addiction affect the cultural and institutional response to those who have a Substance Use Disorder.
Intro to AOD– If you are wanting to learn more about the basic concepts and harm reduction techniques that surround Alcohol and Other Drugs, this presentation is for you.
Nicotine: Vaping & Tobacco– Nicotine is an addictive chemical that can be found in tobacco products as well as our modern e-cigarettes (vapes), but do you know the effects of nicotine? This presentation will review the risk factors associated with nicotine addiction and provide resources for those who are considering quitting.
The History of Cannabis & What We Know Now– This workshop will provide a brief history of cannabis in the United States, which informs the culture, political ideologies, and scientific findings we understand about modern cannabis.
Rave & Festival Drugs– Throughout this presentation you will learn about the anatomy and effects specific “festival drugs” have on you and harm reduction tips to mitigate these risks: MDMA, LSD, Psilocybin, etc.
Prescription Drugs: How do they work?- Just because a drug is sold over the counter or is prescribed to you, doesn’t necessarily make it safe. In this workshop you will learn about how popular prescription drugs are designed to be consumed, the importance of taking drugs that are prescribed only to you, and how Big Pharma affects the way we consume drugs.