On Campus Resources:
|Topic||People to Talk To:||Places to Learn More||Services/Activities:|
|Alcohol Abuse||CHOICES Office||Choices office or website||AA meetings, campus groups|
|STD's/HIV||Health services||NIH or CDC websites||free STD testing|
|Drug Dependence||CHOICES Office||CHOICES office||AA/NA meetings, campus groups|
|Domestic Violence||Women's Center, Counseling Center||Women's Center||campus groups|
|Sexual Assault||Women's Center, CART, counseling||Women's center, CART||CART, campus groups|
|Eating Disorders||Health services, counseling||NEDA or ANAD websites||ABA meetings, campus groups|
|Discrimination and Racism||Title IX office, counseling center||Title IX office||Support groups|
|LGBT/sexual orientation||Counseling center, GSA, women's center||GSA club, campus groups|
|Family problems||counseling center||campus groups|
Fact: No one thinks you're fun when you're slurring, stumbling or vomiting or keeping your roommate up all night. Forty-two percent of WestConn students polled report doing something they regretted in the past year while drunk or high.
Alcohol & Drug Related
Al-Anon/Alateen is for families and friends of alcoholics. For weekly support meetings, call Connecticut Al-Anon & Alateen answering service at 1-888-825-2666 or visit Al-Anon web site meeting page.
Alcoholics Anonymous is for individuals who question whether or not they have a drinking problem. For weekly support meetings, call 203-825-5410 or visit CT AA web site Meeting page .
Midwestern Connecticut Council on Alcoholism Provides information on assessment, intervention, adolescent and adult treatment programs and services. 38 Old Ridgebury Road, Danbury, CT. For more information, call 203-792-4515.
Narcotics Anonymous For more information or weekly meeting schedule, call 1-800-627-3543.
211 Connecticut Infoline provides information and comprehensive listings of services available in the State of Connecticut, including substance abuse and mental health. Call 211.
Local Drug Collection Boxes are located throughout the state. They are a safe place to drop off old medication and prescriptions so they don't get into the wrong hands. No questions asked.
Alcohol & Drug RelatedAlcohol 101
Friends Drive Sober
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
National Institute on Drug Abuse
The Courage to Speak Foundation
Parents. The Anti-Drug
Frequently Asked Questions
Addiction Center - Resources on National Treatment Centers
Unite to Face Addiciton
College Campus Addiction Resources
When Someone you Love Is the One UsingAl-anon
When Mom or Dad Does Drugs or Drinks Too Much
National Association for Children of Alcoholics
Adult Children of Alcoholics
Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling
Dating and Sexual AssaultThe Date Safe Project
Tobacco RelatedTips - CDC's Tobacco Information & Prevention Source
Other IssuesFace the Issue
Facts on Tap