Key resources for drug and alcohol information.
Please visit these resources and contact our office if you have any questions. The Alcohol and Drug Education Coordinator is available on the Doble campus Monday through Thursday and at the Boston Campus on Friday.
Our primary mission is to offer information and non-judgmental feedback regarding drug and alcohol use. If you choose to use how much, when, and with whom will greatly influence your experience. It is our hope that you will think critically about this decision and make healthy and responsible choices.
You may email questions about drugs and alcohol to firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Counseling Center on the 3rd Floor of the Doble Building, or room 212 at AIB on Fridays. We are committed to offering confidential assistance and information, and we will work to meet any particular need you might have. Please feel free to offer feedback or suggestions that will help us make our services more readily available and useful to you and other students.
Interested in knowing more about your use of alcohol or marijuana? Check out e-CHUG and e-TOKE. These are two online screening tools that can give you a sense of how your drinking or use of marijuana compares with national averages of college students. These tools can give you a sense about whether your use is heading toward a danger zone, or if it seems like you're moderating your use and maintaining a healthy life balance.
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