- Peer Health Educators
Students are trained to educate and advise their peers on a variety of health issues including alcohol and substance use and misuse. They provide information and referrals to other students and offer preventive programming in residence halls. GET INVOLVED!
Applications for the Peer Health Educator program are available in Health Services (located in the Student Wellness Center). Call 585-389-2500 for more information or for a listing of preventive programs.
- Student Athlete Mentors
Student athletes are selected by their teams and coaches to serve as role models and the primary substance abuse prevention resource for teammates. Student Athlete Mentors receive 12 hours of intensive training on a variety of topics including active listening, alcohol and substance issues, sexual health, confrontation, eating disorders and referral resources. Student Athlete Mentors are required to present 2 prevention oriented programs to their respective teams each academic year.
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We have information about a wide range of alcohol and drug-related topics!
- Need a meeting? Look no further!
Al-Anon meetings on campus!
When? Every Sunday from 7-8pm.
Where? The Arts Center: Rm A59
How much? FREE!
Want to learn more about the 12 step program?
Come to our 12 Step Seminar!
When? 13 week program on Sunday evenings from 5-7. Begins on 1/8/13.
Where? The Arts Center: Rm 183 (second floor)
How much? FREE!
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