Today, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility met with George Washington University's school, police, and hospital staff as well as the Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF).

According to Mary Pat McKay, MD, Director of the Center for Injury Prevention and Control at GW, there are 600,000 visits to the emergency room per year for drinking-related situations.

GWU and its community make a concerted effort to stop binge drinking on their campus by joining forces with their local police force, hospital staff, university staff, and even the students and their parents. A common goal between all of the GWU community was simple: education for parents and students alike. Education to prevent binge drinking as well as intervention education if a student has been to the hospital for a drinking-related incident are key to stopping binge drinking.

Thank you to EMF and GWU for having us today!