Student Health and Wellness

Counseling Services

DAAPP: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program


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What is it?

  • The DAAPP program is a one-on-one alcohol and/or other drug prevention and education program.
  • It is not an abstinence-only program, but rather a harm-reduction approach to using alcohol and other drugs.
  • The program consists of 3 -5 sessions (One session per week; each session is 50 minutes).
  • Sessions may be scheduled face-to-face or through the telehealth platform Zoom.
  • The SASSI® (Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory) and the E-Check Up for Marijuana and Alcohol are given to gain insight to help identify the probability of developing a substance dependence disorder.
  • It’s private and confidential.

Who can participate in the DAAPP Program?

  • Anyone

Benefits of attending:

Improve your overall well-being, learn more about yourself, and interact with the world around you; benefits include but are not limited to:

  • Harm reduction
  • Identify your personal concerns
  • Implement goals
  • Increase self-esteem
  • Shatter myths
  • Avoid harmful consequences
  • Reduce risky behavior
  • Increase decision-making skills
  • Identify personal values


Call Student Health and Wellness to schedule your DAAPP sessions today! 

Contact Information:

Student Health and Wellness (361) 593-5080

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