• Drug and Alcohol Information

    Complete information including federal and state laws, where you can find assistance, health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol and warning signals is available at the Counseling Department and Student Activities Office.

    Help for Substance Abuse Problems

    If you think you or someone you care about has a problem with alcohol or other drugs, do something about it, for you and for those around you. There is hope; people do recover. For assistance contact one of the following resources:

    Health Classes:

    • Counseling & Career Planning Center, 503-594-3475

    Counseling information & referral: 

    • Counseling & Career Planning Center, 503-594-3475 
    •  Clackamas County Mental Health Center, 503-655-8401

    Substance abuse problems: 

    • Alcoholics Anonymous, 503-223-8569 
    •  Narcotics Anonymous, 503-233-2235 
    • Oregon Drug & Alcohol Information Center, 503-280-3673 
    • Helpline referral, 1-800-621-1646

    Help for people in relationships with alcoholics/addicts or from dysfunctional families: 

    • ALANON, 503-292-1333 
       
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