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Counseling Services: Alcohol and Other Drugs

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Transitioning to college comes with a variety of challenges. Balancing new courses, jobs, family, decision making and much more can be difficult; and sometimes using alcohol or drugs can be an attempt in navigating and coping with this balance. Drinking alcohol or using drugs can have the potential to cause a range of consequences, and increase your risk for a variety of mental and physical health issues.

Are you or someone you know struggling with alcohol or drug use? If so, get connected with one of the resources below, connect with Counseling Services, and don’t be afraid to ask for or encourage seeking help.

Local Resources, Helplines, and Hotlines

 

                 Addiction Resource Council, Inc: (262) 524-7920
                 Al-Anon: (414) 257-2415

                        Alcoholics Anonymous Helpline: (414) 771-9119

                        Narcotics Anonymous Helpline: 1-866-913-3837

                   Nar-Anon Family Groups: (310) 534-8188

   ProHealth Care Assessment and Referral: (262) 928-4036

                  Rogers Behavioral Health: 1-800-767-4411

            Rosecrance Treatment Assessment and Referral: (262) 278-9764

       Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services: 1-800-622-4357

     Waukesha County Health and Human Services: (262) 548-7212

      Dial 211 or (414) 455-1736 or text your ZIP Code to TXT-211 for 24 hour, confidential support

 

AODA Volunteers of Waukesha County

 

 

 

COVID-19 and Alcohol

If you are struggling with alcohol, the current COVID-19 pandemic may be bringing on additional challenges for you. Check out these resources for more information and education.

COVID-19 Poses Unique Challenges For Alcohol Drinkers
COVID-19: Alcohol and your immune system: What you might not know