Reality Check Fact #1:

Most PSU students “party” less than 2 nights each week.

Fact taken from 2009 NH Higher Education on line Alcohol and Drug Survey at PSU

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The contents of this Web site and the resources linked to it are intended for educational and informational purposes only. Nothing you read on this Web site is meant to diagnose, substitute for, or otherwise replace actual face-to-face professional counseling.

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Are you concerned about the drinking or other drug use of a friend?

Confidential help is available on how to help a friend with a problem.

Are you concerned about a family member’s drinking or other drug use?

Confidential help is available to cope with substance abuse in the family.

Are you curious about your own use of alcohol and other drugs?

Confidential consultations are available regarding personal use.

Do you have an AODP related academic project?

Have an essay to write or speech to present on an alcohol or other drug topic? ADOP staff can help you brainstorm ideas and refer you to online resources and those available in the Jim Hagedorn Library

Looking for someone with whom to consult regarding an ADOP issue?

Consultation services are available to faculty regarding concerns about student behavior, with Residential Life Staff (namely RD’s and CA’s) regarding programming in their residences or management of high-risk situations involving their residents, or with parents of PSU students regarding AOD-related topics and/or concerns about the student, e.g., “do’s and don’ts” of parenting a son or daughter addressing an AOD issue.

Do you have a judicial sanction because of a violation of the University AOD policy?

The AODP conducts sessions to help students meet sanctions required by the PSU Judicial Office.

Do you need an Alcohol and Drug Evaluation for Court?

In most cases, our Drug and Alcohol counselor can do this for you. If not, she will refer you to someone who can.

Are you curious about research on campus and across the country about AOD related topics?

The AODP conducts surveys on campus and has access to data from across the country.

Want to get involved in addressing AOD issues on campus?

Join C.H.A.T., the Chemical Health Advisory Team. For more information contact Nancy Dyer at (603) 535-2461.

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