Alcohol and Other Drug Use

It might seem that drugs and alcohol help diminish the feeling of stress. But when drugs and alcohol are used as the solution to ongoing feelings of stress and pressure, they can make things worse by creating additional problems, mood disturbances and physical depletion. Below, you will find a variety of information on alcohol/other drug use, addiction, and recovery resources.

Alcohol and Other Drugs

College students may find themselves exposed to a variety of new experiences while pursuing their studies and developing their social groups. For some, this may lead to interactions with drugs and alcohol. Our friends at have compiled a comprehensive guide to common drug and alcohol experiences on campus. Check out their work by following the link below.

Campus Drug and Alcohol Guide


A person may seem to make a voluntary choice to try a drug or begin a type of behavior, but a variety of genetic and environmental factors may influence those decisions. Oftentimes, irresponsible alcohol and drug use may directly or indirectly lead to addictive experiences.


Are you concerned about the behavior of a friend or loved one? If you're looking to begin a conversation about their concerning behavior, follow the link below to find a wealth of information from our friends at



Alcohol Awareness

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Marijuana Addiction

Marijuana Addiction

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