Harvard’s Drug & Alcohol Peer Advisor (DAPA) program, a peer education group under Harvard’s Office of Alcohol & Other Drug Services, was recently recognized as a “2012 Outstanding Network Member” at The BACCHUS Network General Assembly. DAPA has received several honors at the regional level, but this was the organization’s first award at the national assembly. DAPA also received accolades for its student-developed website and its use of social media, giving the group its second award for “Innovative Use of Technology.”

The BACCHUS Network is a university- and community-based network focusing on comprehensive health and safety initiatives. Its general assembly is the premiere national conference for student leaders and advisors promoting health and safety.

Learn more about the DAPA program and how to get involved here.

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