About Alcohol and Other Drugs
Most Cal students make smart and safe choices about using alcohol and other drugs and don't experience negative academic, physical, or social consequences. However, the Tang Center staff do play central roles in the year-round initiatives with campus and community partners designed to support low risk alcohol and other drug-related behaviors and environments.
We want the information and resources on this website to help you make informed decisions about alcohol and drug issues and to help others do the same.
For Faculty and Staff
For Students, Faculty and Staff
Medical, Counseling and Education Services. Information about the prevention and intervention resources offered and/or coordinated by Tang Center staff.
Alcohol and Drug Assessment. Short assessments to help you evaluate individual behaviors and environmental factors that may be a problem.
PartySafe@Cal: Prevention and Education. No "one size fits all" alcohol education approach here. Our strategies and activities are varied, evidence-based, collaborative, and synergistic.
College Drinking Facts. Understanding who, what, when, where and how college students drink informs our campus-specific goals and initiatives.
Campus Alcohol Policies. A fundamental building block for low risk alcohol-related behaviors and environments are policies which clearly define the difference between acceptable and unacceptable conduct.
Online Resources. Campus and national resources which we recommend for more information on alcohol, drugs, and tobacco.
Related Topics. Links to a variety of other topics related to alcohol and other drugs.
Disclaimer: The information provided here is not intended to diagnose, treat or provide a second opinion on any health problem or disease. It is meant to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between an individual and his/her clinician.
Last revised: September 2011