Counseling Services offers the following services at no cost to you. These services are confidential
and anonymity will be maintained.
Education & Information
Resources on drug and alcohol-related topics are available in the form of pamphlets,
reading lists, presentations, and websites.
Informational Topics Include
(1) types and effects of drug/alcohol use; (2) co-dependency issues and self-esteem;
(3) drunk driving; (4) family effects of drinking or using drugs; (5) stress management
and coping; (6) domestic violence prevention; (7) social skills; and (8) parenting.
Counseling & Referral
Short-term counseling for substance abuse or related issues is available. COUNSELING
IS FREE OF CHARGE AND CONFIDENTIAL. If counseling of a longer duration is necessary,
a referral can be made to a resource within the community.
A variety of services focusing on parenting and family issues are provided. Topics
include: (1) awareness of healthy family characteristics, (2) recognizing signs and
symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse, (3) self-esteem building, (4) relationship building,
(5) various ways to influence healthy behavior, and (6) positive parenting to promote
Anonymous support groups exist on and off campus for drug-related concerns. They include:
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA); Narcotics Anonymous (NA); Al-Anon (for family members of
drug/alcohol users); and Adult Children of dysfunctional families groups. Find out
times and meeting places by calling 287-2818.