Alcohol and Drug Education
Alcohol and Drug Education
J-204 Monday - Friday | 9:00am-5:00pm
(609) 652-4722 | email@example.com
Stockton University's Alcohol and Drug Education Program provides confidential counseling, assessment and referral services for students. Information regarding procedures for treatment options, including referral to intensive outpatient treatment, inpatient treatment centers and community 12-step groups, is offered.
Students can also receive counseling if they have a relationship with an alcoholic, addict or problem drinker. Students will receive information regarding available support systems.
If you suspect someone has consumed a large volume of alcohol over a short period of time he/she/they may have alcohol poisoning. Symptoms of alcohol poisoning could include:
- Unconsciousness; cannot be awakened
- Cold, clammy, unusually pale or bluish skin
- Slow or irregular breathing
- Excessive vomiting or vomiting while passed out
If alcohol poisoning is suspected:
- DO SOMETHING; don’t worry about the person’s subsequent thoughts or attitude
- DIAL 911 immediately
- STAY with the person and monitor their breathing
Refer to the “Good Samaritan Policy” in the Student Handbook regarding providing assistance during alcohol abuse emergencies.
Our goal is to champion lives of students in recovery, helping students achieve success and thrive in a living community of accountability and support. Recovery Housing is a place to make meaningful connections in a healthy, sober, social scene with the assistance of peer support and highly trained and licensed addiction counselors.
Alcohol and Drug Peer Educator
Alcohol and Drug Grant Educators (ADGEs) strive to provide education that will allow Stockton students to graduate not only with healthy minds, but with healthy responsible life choices as well. ADGEs work within a college community to promote greater well-being, provide information about specific alcohol and drug related issues, increase awareness of care resources on campus, encourage responsible safe choice-making, and advocate for changing and challenging campus social norms regarding healthy behaviors.
Alcohol and Drug Grant Educators should enroll in GEN2215, Peer Education: Drugs and Alcohol, which is offered during both the fall and spring semesters.
The Wellness Center is now accepting applications for Alcohol and Drug Peer Educators and an Alcohol and Drug Peer Coordinator. Check out our Wellness Center Peer Educators for more information.
To apply for a position please complete the application below and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off in J-204.