The Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Resources and Education

Let’s Work Together to Create a Life of Balance

Center for Alcohol and Other Drugs Resources and Education is committed to providing the University community with resources on a variety of issues surrounding alcohol and other drugs.  The Center promotes legal accountability and personal responsibility in choices involving alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.  Explore substance-free options for having fun or learn more about AlcoholEdu, a program, required for all incoming students.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Is The Center for Alcohol and Other Drugs Resources and Education where you go if you get in trouble for alcohol and other drugs?

Alcohol Skills Training Program, Alcohol Check-Up, Substance Education Program, and Professional Alcohol and Other Drugs Assessment are all possible judicial sanctions.  Our classes are based on the latest research on reducing harm among college students who choose to drink.

The Center for Alcohol and Other Drugs Resources and Education is here to help provide you with resources and information to make healthy and informed choices.  We provide information and resources for students who are in recovery or who wish to abstain from alcohol or other drugs.

I am concerned about my alcohol or drug use or I am concerned about a roommate or a friend.  Can I talk to someone in the Center.

The Center offers prevention and intervention services, consultation to students, faculty, staff, and parents, and follow-up meetings to students.  We do not offer on-going alcohol and other drug counseling.  We can connect you with campus and community resources and discuss your concerns with you in a free and confidential consultation.

I am in recovery from alcohol or other drugs.  What resources are available to me on campus and in the surrounding community?

There is an open Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Sober Flyers, held every Wednesday from 8:30 – 9:30 pm in the McGinnis Center, Meeting Room #1.  Students are welcomed and encouraged to attend this meeting.  The Center has drop-in support groups.  You can find additional recovery resources on our website or you may stop by the office in the McGinnis Center, Room 112, to talk with a licensed chemical dependency counselor.  We may also help students find treatment programs that may assist with their recovery.

 

 

Contact Us

Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Resources and Education

Lawnview 106 
300 College Park  
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 7230

937 229-1233