Individual Substance Abuse

A Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor meets individually with students to determine if the student has a drug and/or alcohol problem.  After a clinical assessment any needed, desired appropriate referrals are made to longer term substance use disorder treatment.

AlcoholEdu

CADEC facilitates the online AlcoholEdu prevention and education program for all first-time freshman. Students must complete both parts of the online alcohol prevention program.

B.A.S.I.C.S. Program – Brief Alcohol Screening & Intervention for College Students Program

Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) is a service for students in which they explore their alcohol use.  It is evidence-based and designed to assist students in examining their own substance use behaviors in a non-judgmental and non-confrontational environment.  The goal of BASICS is to help students reduce risky behaviors and harmful effects from drinking.  BASICS provides students with personalized feedback about their own alcohol use and compares the students’ alcohol use to other college students.  BASICS gives students an opportunity to explore their level of risk, identify possible changes, and helps them to reduce their risk in developing future problems.  BASICS can serve as a "check-up" on students drinking.

Marijuana 101

Students who violate the campus drug policy specifically related to the drug marijuana are sometimes required to take an educational, online class entitled, Marijuana 101, at the CADEC office.

Next Door to Campus Alcoholics Anonymous 12 - Step Format

"Mondays at 7:00 PM at Bidwell Presbyterian Church Basement when school is in session - (Alcoholics Anonymous format; All are welcome) Contact CADEC for more information. 530.898.6450"