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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Numbers You Should Know

Campus Resources

  • Campus Ministry (603) 535-2327
  • Counseling & Human Relations (603) 535-2461
  • Dean of Students (603) 535-2206
  • Health Services/Infirmary (603) 535-2350
  • University Police (603) 535-2330
  • Wellness Center (603) 535-2853
  • Women’s Services & Gender Resources (603) 535-2387

Community Resources

  • DWI Aftercare (603) 536-2010
  • Family Planning (603) 536-3584
  • Genesis Behavioral Health (603) 524-1100
  • Horizons Counseling (603) 536-2010
  • Speare Memorial Hospital (603) 536-1120
  • Voices Against Violence (603) 536-1659
  • State and National Resources
  • Alcohol Abuse Hotline (800) 444-9999
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (800) 593-3330
  • Headrest Teenline (800)639-6095
  • Narcotics Hotline (603) 645-4777
  • National AIDS Hotline (800) 342-AIDS
  • NH AIDS Hotline (800) 752-AIDS
  • Nutrition Counseling (603) 524-3088
  • Substance Abuse Anonymous (888) 662-HELP
  • Women’s Health Resources (603) 650-HERS

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