Student Health Center - can provide immediate medical support for students acutely impaired by alcohol; this is a ‘safe zone' where students seeking this kind of support for themselves or a friend do not experience any disciplinary consequences for seeking help. The SHC can also help with assessment of potential alcohol or substance-related problems, provide education about healthy use, and make referrals to appropriate treatment resources.
Counseling Center - can provide assessment of potential alcohol or substance use problems, short-term psychoeducation treatment for minor problems, and referral to appropriate treatment resources for more serious problems as appropriate.
Alcohol Assessment - Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional. This program is completely anonymous and confidential, and immediately following the brief questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations, and key resources.
Washington Society Support Group - weekly peer support group for students who recognize problems with alcohol or substances and want help with change. Free and open to all undergraduate and law students. Fridays, 5PM at 19 University Place in the Hollow (two doors down from Financial Aid).
Anonymous Peer Support - students who have experienced their own past problem with alcohol or substances and want to help other students with similar issues. You can call any of them, any time.
Daniel - 703.870.4131
Graham - 817.302.6246
Reynolds - 404.226.6355
Rockbridge Community Services Board (540.463.3141)