The mission of our program is to create a campus environment that encourages respect and responsibility for self and others, and promotes safe and healthy behaviors and settings that reduce the harm associated with drinking and other drug use. Toward that end, we provide medical, counseling and education services for students.
Sometimes it is hard to know when someone's use and choices are out of control or a group's policies and practices are creating problems. The early signs may be subtle. Find out more here.
Tang Center offers these services to help.
|Request||What to Do|
|Appointments: counseling||Social Services offers confidential and non-judgmental counseling with alcohol and drug specialists. They are available to talk with you about your own use or that of a friend or family member. Make an appointment by calling 642-6074.|
|Call 642-2000 to schedule an appointment with a clinician.|
|Consultation (for concerns about self or others use)||Confidential consultation/referral for individuals concerned about their own--or another's--use. Call 642-6074 for an appointment. Phone consultations are available.|
|Prevention and Education||Prevention & education programs are coordinated by Health Promotion. Call 642-7202 for information. Sample activities include:
|Resources||See online health topic information on:|
|Support groups||Social Services runs groups for students who are trying to reduce or cease their substance use. See Groups and Workshops for current schedule.
Also see Twelve-Step Programs On or Near Campus for the schedule of 12-step meetings, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Al-Anon (for friends and family), held on and around campus.
|Training for staff||Training for staff that may be in a role to recognize students in trouble and how to refer appropriately are offered by Social Services on request. Call 642-6074 to request a training.|
Last revised: March 2014