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The Center for Alcohol & other Drug Education (CADE) at the George Washington University serves to educate students, so that they can make informed and responsible decisions regarding substance-related behavior and other wellness issues. Through collaboration with other service areas and departments on campus, CADE provides programs, services, and resources that encourage students to recognize that their decisions impact not only themselves but also the greater GW and District of Columbia communities.
Where is CADE located?
John Quincy Adams (JQA) House
2129 Eye Street, NW
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. No appointment needed!
What services does CADE provide?
- CADE offers a variety of resource materials such as pamphlets, informational brochures, books and DVDs regarding issues related to alcohol, drugs and violence. CADE can also direct students to local resources for additional services.
- This certification workshop is offered to any GW student who would like to be trained on the policies and procedures of GW regarding alcohol. Approximately 1,200 students go through RAM training every year.
- CADE provides a number of different workshops regarding issues of alcohol and drug use, sexual violence, bystander intervention, and more.