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The percentage of UWSP Athletics staff and student athletes who completed interpersonal violence prevention training in 20-21.
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Dedicated to Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse & Interpersonal Violence​ at UW-Stevens Point

The Center for Prevention at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is dedicated to helping students understand how the issues of substance abuse and interpersonal violence affect academic, social, emotional, and physical wellbeing.

This website has many resources for students and parents to understand these issues and their effect on student success at UWSP.

The Center for Prevention provides programs, presentations, and trainings throughout campus focused on substance abuse and interpersonal violence prevention. We also partner with community organizations to promote​ a healthy atmosphere in which students and community members can thrive.

You can contact the Center for Prevention at:
  • Call us at 715-346-2789
  • Stop by our offices - 307 Chemistry-Biology Building
  • Some programs and educational opportunities generously supported by grants from Portage County Health & Human Services and the Portage County Coalition for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention.