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Alcohol and Drugs Resources

Substance Abuse Education

The campuses make available to students and employees a wide variety of programs designed to discourage the use of illicit substances and provide information on legal and responsible alcohol consumption. Abuse of alcohol and drugs can have a dramatic impact on academic, professional, and family life. Members of the community who may be experiencing difficulty with drugs or alcohol are encouraged to seek assistance. Individual counseling sessions are available to students at no cost. All information regarding any contact or counseling is confidential and will be treated in accordance with campus policies, state and federal laws.

 

The District provides information on drug treatment and prevention through the Health Services Office. Contact the Health Services Office or the Risk Management Department for more information.

 

Employees dealing with substance abuse issues are encouraged to seek assistance through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) where counseling, referrals & other services are available.

Behavioral Health Information & Referrals for Alcohol, Drugs, and Mental Health Crisis and Suicide Intervention 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week through the San Diego Access & Crisis Line (UBH) at 1-800-479-3339. Or visit: http://www.sdchip.org/media/1520/help_connection_3rd_ed_5_25.pdf 

 
Narcotics Anonymous
Please refer to this link for Narcotics Anonymous resources.
 
For more information, please contact Health & Wellness Center at 619-660-4200.
Last Updated: 09/12/2019
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