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Substance Use Education Group (SAEC)

SAEC is a 4-lecture class that educates participants about aspects of substance use. The class focuses on the effects substance use has on an individual, society, families and employment. Stress management, quality of life and myths of substance use are also covered. SAEC is for individuals who do not show signs of abuse/dependence, but have been experimentally using.


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