Services and Programs for
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD)
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Marijuana One-on-One Educational Sessions
One-on-one counseling sessions in a nonjudgmental confidential environment are available for students who wish to quit, cut back, or just explore their own personal alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana use. If you are interested, you can make an ATOD appointment online, or call (510) 885-3735.
Students who violate the university alcohol and other drugs policy may be required by the Office of Student Development and Judicial Affairs to complete the alcohol or marijuana education program. If you have been instructed by the Office of Student Development and Judicial Affairs to complete the program, please make an ATOD appointment online or call (510) 885-3735.
We collaborate with many student organizations, campus departments, and community organizations that want to educate their members about alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs. If you would like to work with us to coordinate and develop a program or presentation, please complete the Program Request Form.
Presentations are provided for the following groups, but not limited to:
- Housing & Residence Life
- Classroom Presentations
- General Studies Classes
- Student Organizations
- And more!
Join us! Al-Anon Meetings are anonymous and aim to provide group support for people who may have been affected by someone else's drinking. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 12:00pm in New University Union, Hayward Room, except on January 21 and February 18, meetings will be held at the same time but in Original University Union, Rm 307. Meetings will not be held on holidays or during quarter break.
Last updated: 10/03/13