Alcohol Resources and Support
Concerned About Your Drinking? A Friend's Drinking?
There are many campus resources to assist students with their own questioning and to help students who are concerned about their friends drinking. There is support, it's available 24/7, and can be confidential. If you're worried--make a call, send an e-mail.
Concerned about your alcohol use?
Do you have a friend who may need help?
How do you know if someone needs help?
Counseling and Psychological Services
- Individual meetings and evaluations
- Group sessions
- Jonathon Pastor email@example.com
See the University Health Services information on alcohol.
Look for on campus and local meetings (pdf).
An anonymous group of students who are in recovery.
- Want to talk confidentially with another student who is in recovery?
- Looking for a confidential community of students in recovery?
Office of Religious Life
Contact Dean Boden at (609) 258- 6244 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Through prevention, education, and treatment programs, Corner House promotes the health and well-being of Princeton area young people and their families, as they confront substance abuse and other emotional issues.
Located at 369 Witherspoon Street, Princeton NJ. Call at (609) 924-8018, or get more information on their website (http://www.cornerhousenj.org).
How do I know if someone needs help for alcohol or drug addiction? What should I do?
- UHS resource guide http://www.princeton.edu/uhs/healthy-living/hot-topics/alcohol/#concerned
- Talk with a trusted advisor: Director of Student Life, Counseling and Psychological Services, Office of Religious Life
- Just The Facts booklet
Alcohol Policy: Q&A's from UHS, Public Safety and ODUS
Alcohol and the Athlete
The University of Notre Dame and the NCAA partnered to create an informational brochure, Alcohol and Athletic Performance. This brochure provides information useful for athletes and for all students.
University Health Services Information
The UHS website provides information and a list of resources for students. Alcohol.
Local AA meetings
There are many AA meetings within walking distance and a short drive from campus. Meetings are held each day of the week, early in the morning, at noon and in the evening.