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The information in this section will provide you with information about alcohol, other drugs and recovery. Details about how to make low risk choices regarding alcohol and other drugs, provide healthy ways to deal with stress and where to get help if you are struggling with alcohol and drug misuse are also included.

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Campuses offer a number of academic, emotional, financial, and physical health services that can help support your efforts to achieve your personal and academic goals.

  1. Are you curious about the types of resources that may be available on your campus?
  2. Where can you find help for a substance misuse problem for you or a friend?
  3. Are you interested in learning the federal laws surrounding alcohol and driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs?

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Students are getting more involved on their campuses across the nation to combat the alcohol and drug misuse culture that currently plagues colleges and universities. Find out how you can get involved with programming on your campus to enhance your college student experience, support the personal and academic successes of your peers, and save lives.

  1. It is crucial to be educated. Learn more about alcohol, prescription medications, marijuana and other drugs. Alcohol and other drug misuse among college students is commonly related to academic failure, sexual assaults, unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, fights, assaults, and unintentional injuries.
  2. The non-medical use of prescription drugs negatively impacts academic success. While many students claim that using stimulants as “study aids” helps them perform better, the truth is, students who misuse prescription stimulants typically spend less time studying, skip class more often, and earn lower grades.
  3. Campuses offer many opportunities to get involved to promote healthy behaviors on campus. Learn more about how to get involved once you get to campus.

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Resources are available to students who are in recovery, who need recovery and who want to refer a friend to a recovery program. Starting the recovery journey during college may seem daunting – but for many, it is the best thing that has ever happened.

  1. Do you want to start a student organization about recovery on your campus?
  2. Are you curious how to support a peer through recovery?
  3. 95% of students who are involved in a Collegiate Recovery Program maintain their recovery.

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