The Idaho RADAR Center provides free information about alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs to Idaho residents only. It includes a Video Lending Library of over 900 titles and functions as a statewide information clearinghouse and resource referral center.
RADAR Center Hours:
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Drop-ins are welcome!
The RADAR Center will be closed the week of December 25 through January 1. RADAR will resume regular business hours on January 2.
Wishing you and yours a very happy holiday season!
- Administered by the Institute for the Study of Behavioral Health and Addiction
The Center, a Boise State University program, is administered by the Institute for the Study of Behavioral Health and Addiction in conjunction with the College of Education and the College of Health Sciences.
- We are located in the Chrisway Annex Building
The Chrisway Annex, formerly known as the Health and Wellness Center, is located on the corner of University and Chrisway Drive.
- Buzzed. Busted. Broke.
Make the pledge to not drive buzzed. "Even just one too many drinks can impair my driving and lead to devastating consequences. It’s just not worth it. Buzzed driving is drunk driving, so I’m going to make sure I make responsible choices that don’t endanger myself and others."
- DEA Student Video Contest
The Operation Prevention Video Challenge encourages students to send a message to their peers about prescription opioid misuse by creating a 30-60 second original Public Service Announcement. Your students have a unique voice to reach their peers and raise awareness about the dangers of this widespread issue.
NDEWS monitors emerging drug use trends to enable health experts, researchers, and concerned citizens across the country to respond quickly to potential outbreaks of illicit drugs such as heroin and to identify increased use of designer synthetic compounds.
DEA Issues Alert on Fentanyl-Laced Heroin
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has issued a nationwide alert in response to a surge in overdose deaths from heroin laced with the narcotic drug fentanyl, the most potent opioid available for medical use. “Drug incidents and overdoses related to fentanyl are occurring at an alarming rate throughout the United States and represent a significant threat to public health and safety.”
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