and Party Risk Management
setting for a party can greatly impact its benefits and risks. Recognize
the setting elements that you can and cannot change and adjust your
neighbors, block and neighborhood's interest in you and tolerance
for parties and the associated noise, traffic, etc.
past history of the location - previous harm, neighbor complaints,
police involvement are factors that should influence hosts and guests.
houses and private off campus houses and apartments have been demonstrated
as settings with greatest risk of harm associated with college drinking.
alarms, sprinklers, security and other building systems in working
or methods for locking up or securing resident and/or guest valuables,
i.e. laptops, money, jewelry.
are greater for evening and weekend parties; risk increases after
8pm and again after midnight.
people walk or use public transportation to come and go? Must they
drinking the primary focus of activity or are there plenty of other
activities that engage and bring people together
is a program of University Health Services in collaboration with other campus
and community organizations.
The mission is to reduce harm associated with
drinking in the campus area.
To volunteer or for more information call 510-642-7202
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.