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Alcohol & Drug Links and Resources

 

The following links are a variety of reliable internet sites which may provide you with helpful information on a variety of alcohol and other drug related topics. Please contact the Counseling Center for Wellness if you cannot find what you are looking for or if you would like further information and/or assistance.

 

Alcoholics Anonymous - The official AA homepage which includes listings for AA meetings in your area

 

Al-Anon/Alateen - Information on family groups for alcoholics

 

Anxiety Disorders Association of America - Provides information about anxiety disorders, so you can help yourself or a friend TRIUMPH. Visit the links, read tips and get advice on college life -- how to deal with stress, best ways to study, guides to healthy eating and more!

 

The Bacchus Network - National Peer Education Network - has great ideas for programs and information related to many issues

 

DrugAbuse.com - Statistics on specific issues


DrugWatch.com includes up-to-date information about prescription and over-the-counter medications and includes details about associated side effects to aid in the protection of patients and consumers.

 

Facts on Tap - Facts on Tap is a comprehensive alcohol and other drug education, prevention, and intervention program for college students.

 

Go Ask Alice - "Go Ask Alice" is Columbia University's interactive question and answer line which answers questions on a variety of topics including relationships, fitness, nutrition, drugs, sex, alcohol and stress. Questions are answered publicly but anonymously.

 

National Institute on Drug Abuse - Drug information, research, news from the National Institute on Drugs & Alcohol

 

Mirmont Treatment Center - Mirmont is dedicated to providing compassionate, quality treatment to all those affected by alcoholism, drug dependency, and other mental health issues. The Center offers a full continuum of inpatient and outpatient programs and services for adults over the age of 18.

 

PA Liquor Control Board - PA laws on alcohol

 

The Partnership for a Drug-Free America - Facts on drugs, slang names and resources

 

U.S. Department of Heath & Human Services - Alcohol & Drug Information - Information and statistics about drugs such as marijuana, cigarettes, methamphetamines, etc. Also has information for children of substance abusers

 

Web of Addictions - Web of Addictions, including facts on drugs and resources for help

 

Mental Health Links and Resources

 

The following links are just a sampling of reliable internet sites which may provide you with helpful information on a variety of mental health topics. Please contact the Counseling Center for Wellness if you cannot find what you are looking for or if you would like further information and/or assistance.

 

Active Minds - Changing the conversation about mental health.


American Association for Suicidology
- Dedicated to the understanding and prevention of suicide

 

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is the only national not-for-profit organization exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research and education, and to reaching out to people with mood disorders and those affected by suicide.

 

The Bacchus Network - National Peer Education Network - has great ideas for programs and information related to many issues

 

BodyImageHealth.org - Building Healthy Body Esteem in a Body Toxic World - Tools for preventing body image, eating, fitness and weight problems before they start.

 

Dear Uncle Ezra - "Dear Uncle Ezra" is an interactive website. Cornell University's on-line counselor dispenses anonymous advice.

 

Gamblers Anonymous - Gamblers Anonymous

 

Go Ask Alice - "Go Ask Alice" is Columbia University's interactive question and answer line which answers questions on a variety of topics including relationships, fitness, nutrition, drugs, sex alcohol and stress. Questions are answered publicly but anonymously.

 

How to Write in a Journal - Why you should start journaling and how to write in a journal.

 

The JED Foundation - The Jed Foundation is the nation’s leading organization working to prevent suicide and promote mental health among college students.

 

Mental Health America - Mental Health America (formerly known as the National Mental Health Association) is the country’s leading nonprofit dedicated to helping ALL people live mentally healthier lives.

 

National Eating Disorders Association - National Eating Disorders Organization

 

National Institute of Mental Health - Reducing the burden of mental illness and behavioral disorders through research on mind, brain, and behavior

 

Overeaters Anonymous - Compulsive overeating page

 

Relationship Improver - How to Improve Your Relationship Effectively

 

Stalking & Other Forms of Intrusive Contact - Cornell University's site is designed to help those who are coping with stalking or other forms of intrusive contact. It contains information on intrusive contact, how to set limits with an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend to reduce or eliminate intrusive contact, and how to remain safe if you are the target of intrusive contact.

Students First - University of Buffalo's counseling site provides self-help information
on a variety of issues geared toward the college student.

 

 

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