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Alcohol Awareness

 

Alcohol is all around us. As such, we think that it is important to be informed before you drink. There are a lot of resources both on campus and off that can help you stop drinking, teach you about the effects of alcohol, learn about responsible drinking, and more. Check out some of those resources below.

 

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Campus Resources:

Drug and Alcohol Policy - If you have any questions about drugs and alcohol on campus, this is a good place to start.

CAP Services- CAP Services is a great resource that offers personal counseling for students and can help in referral assistance for alcohol and/or drug related abuse. You can also reach CAP Services at (541) 383-7200.

 

Online Resources:

Virtual Bar- This site helps you estimate your BAC level based on a variety of factors including alcohol and food consumption, time elapsed, and body type. It also helps to give you a sense of how long it would take for your BAC level to return to 0.00. It is probably longer than you think.

How Does Alcohol Work- Ever wonder what is happening in your body when you drink? Check out this explanation.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism- Did you know 1,825 college students between ages 18 and 24 die each year from alcohol related injuries? This site has all of the statistics you need about college drinking.

Shared Future Coalition- Shared Future Coalition is primarily geared towards providing information about alcohol and its effects to the community.

 

Get Help:

Addiction Center- This A 24-hour referral agency can help you find a rehab center anytime you might need it. You can reach the hotline at (888) 641-4684.

Alcoholics Anonymous of Central Oregon- AA is a group of men and women who desire to stop drinking and support each other through that journey.

Lines for Life- This 24-hour hotline is available over the phone or over text for alcohol, suicide, military, and teen crisis.