- PartySafe@Cal Toolkit for Risk Management/Harm Reduction
- Fact Sheets
- Partysafe @Cal Graphics Kit
- Partysafe@Cal Facebook
Consultation & Education for PartyGoers and PartyThrowers - Faculty, staff, students, and community can email firstname.lastname@example.org with non-emergency questions, concerns or observations about your or campus events and culture. We'll collaborate to explore and engage relevant resources and actions for change.
Campaigns & Initiatives
We want less drama and problems related to alcohol.
We need to publicly advocate for a party culture that is world-class. We want to make it obvious to any student attending a Berkeley party that we keep it social - not slurred - and that health and safety are a top priority if problems arise.
AlcoholEdu for College, Sanctions and Ongoing Students
Implementing scalable and student-tailored alcohol and other drug prevention education across our campus is a challenge. Berkeley uses Alcohol Edu to ensure every new student receives a base level education on alcohol, cannabis, and e-cigarettes. Whether they are abstainers, moderate drinkers, or heavy drinkers, each student receives relevant content, personalized feedback and practical strategies that are appropriate for their needs. Check out an overview video to see why over 550 campuses are using AlcoholEdu for College.
Happy Neighbors educates students and their neighbors about community expectations, relevant policies and laws, and police and student conduct procedures for possible alcohol, party, and noise-related violations. Happy Neighbors messages are promoted through the use of various media and outreach methods, often in partnership with PartySafe@Cal and the ASUC.
Hydration Hype Squads, Huddles, and Water Stations
Hydration Hype Squads, Huddles and Stations - Peer Advocates offer free water, snacks, giveaways and PartySafe tips at resource stations on key party nights and game days.
Campus & Community Coalitions for Strategic Planning
PartySafe@Cal professional staff and peer advocates partner year-round with others who share our Goals and Guiding Principles. Each of the following meets regularly to foster communication, spot trends, proactively coordinate efforts, and demonstrate a visible commitment to reducing student risk: CERC Subcommittee on Student Risk; First 8; Student Neighbor Advisory Committee; Ad Hoc Committee on RSO Student Risk