Reality Check Fact #2

Over 50% of PSU students report having 4 or fewer drinks each week, if they drink at all.

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

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For more information about mental health, please consider visiting these websites:

  • Healthy PSU.  Provides information and resources about stress management for PSU students.
  • Go Ask Alice! Go Ask Alice! is the health question and answer Internet service produced by Alice!, Columbia University’s Health Promotion Program. The site consists of a variety of health information on many subjects, questions and answers for the week, as well as an opportunity to ask your own questions.
  • New Hampshire Higher Education Alcohol and Other Drug (NHHEAOD) Committee NHHEAOD Committee brings together representatives from public and private colleges and universities who are committed to addressing alcohol and other drug issues. The committee is a collective voice for college AOD issues at a statewide level and promotes knowledge and advancements in the AOD field through joint programs and initiatives.
  • Suicide Prevention : The Jed Foundation is committed to reducing the young adult suicide rate by furthering understanding of the underlying causes of suicide, by increasing awareness of the issue of college student mental health and suicide, and by creating effective prevention programs on college campuses.

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