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Alcohol and Drug Information and Support

Non-judgmental & Confidential Support 

​If you are thinking about the effect of drugs and alcohol on your personal life and school, the Wellness Center offers a nonjudgmental and confidential place to discuss such concerns with a counselor. We provide drug and alcohol education and can help you develop goals for reducing or ending your substance use. In addition, we can connect you to counseling services and other treatment options off campus. With your counselor, you can:

  • Explore the impact of alcohol/drugs on your relationships, your health, and your academic performance
  • Determine whether you would like to cut back or quit
  • Set goals and be supported as you work toward them
  • Identify and connect with additional sources of information and support
  • Address other issues in your life that may lead to greater use of drugs/alcohol
  • Develop a overall self-care plan for your emotional and physical well-being.

 To make an appointment, call or walk in to your college's Wellness Center.  

 Find your college's Wellness Center 

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