Campus Prevention Network Membership: What Do You Get?

Posted by Josh Young on 15 May 2017 |

If your school hasn't already joined the Campus Prevention Network (CPN), what are you waiting for? cpn summit

The CPN -- an association of more than 1,700 colleges, universities, and Greek organizations -- offers its members (and the general public) access to a wealth of resources that can help you make your campus a safer, healthier community for all of your students.

These tools represent countless hours of research and real-world experience, focused on providing your campus with the knowledge to develop and implement proven and promising prevention strategies. By joining CPN, your school gains access to:

Best Practices

A great place to start when checking out our resources would be our recently completed four-part webinar series designed to help your campus transform its prevention campaigns from good to great. The topics covered are:

  • From the Top Down to the Bottom Up: Making Campus Safety an Institution-Wide Priority
  • Translating Research and Resources into Effective Prevention Practice
  • Leveraging Campus Policies to Create a Culture of Values and Accountability
  • The Process of Programming: Exploring Best Practices for Effective Prevention Programs

Our Focus

The CPN is committed to providing colleges and universities with access to innovative research and program best practices that will help to address the various challenges facing today's campuses, including:

  • Sexual Assault - preventing these tragic events is one of the most important and challenging issues facing campuses
  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse - empowering students to make smart, healthy choices is critical to their personal well-being
  • Legislation & Compliance - navigating the labyrinth of state and federal regulations can be challenging
  • Wellness & Mental Health - providing students with the tools to maintain a sound body and mind is critical to college life and beyond

Sexual Assault Diagnostic Inventory

Membership in the CPN will also grant you access to our Sexual Assault Diagnostic Inventory (SADI)-- a comprehensive, research-based assessment tool that can help your school examine its existing programs to identify areas of strength and opportunities for improvement. The tool, which was developed after evaluating 115 distinct best practices spread across 22 different prevention categories, will measure your school's performance against three core pillars: programming, critical processes, and institutionalization.

If you become a member and fill out the diagnostic inventory by May 19th, we'll provide your school with a detailed report that will benchmark the performance of your prevention efforts against some of the nation's highest-performing schools. 

One More Resource

As a member of the CPN, we would also like to invite you to join us for the CPN Annual Summit taking place June 12th and 13th in Boston. The summit is our premier gathering to meet and discuss the most important health and safety issues facing institutes of higher learning.

Not sure if you should attend? Check out our agenda and presenter list to learn about the informative panels and workshops that will be happening all weekend long. 

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