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DASHH Prevention Squad

DASHH (Drugs, Alcohol, Sex, Harassment and Hazing) is a prevention initiative that promotes healthy behaviors through comprehensive and intentional educational programming.

The DASHH Prevention Squad is responsible for providing comprehensive and intentional educational programming focused on life choices (related to drugs, alcohol, sex, harassment and hazing) and identifying and providing access to resources on and off campus.

DASHH Prevention Squad programming is guided by key learning outcomes. By actively engaging in DASHH programming participants will:

  • • Be able to identify problematic behaviors.
  • • Be able to identify on and off campus resources and how to access them.
  • • Apply knowledge to making healthy life choices related to alcohol, drugs, sexual behavior and hazing.
  • • Develop attitudes, skills and knowledge of helping behaviors that motivate and provide confidence to respond to problems or concerns, to ensure the safety and well-being of self and others.

For more information, email DASHH@tccd.edu

DASHH Prevention Squad Events

Picture is of a table at an event with a black tablecloth on it that reads: Drugs, Alcohol, Sexual Harassment, hazing. DASHH Southeast Prevention Squad. Stepping up 2 Stop it.  TCC Southeast Campus.

Join Sean Woods (DARCC) and other DFW college students for this highly interactive workshop. Participants will learn how to safely intervene in instances...

4/15 11:30am
Virtual Event
Southeast Virtual Events

Consent is mandatory! Consent is affirmative, and conscious, and voluntary words or actions, that give permission for specific sexual activity. Join the...

4/15 3pm
Virtual Event
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Join TCC and the DASHH Prevention Squad and wear jeans with a purpose, support survivors of sexual assault, and educate yourself and others about all forms...

4/28 11am
Virtual Event
South Virtual Events

Description: 65% of internet users ages 18-29 have experienced some type of online harassment. And of those, half do not know who is behind it. Join the TCC...