On Campus Resources
The following campus resources are available to help UO students facing issues with alcohol or other drug use:
University Counseling and Testing Center 541-346-3227
Screening, assessment, referral and follow-up, individual therapy, and support classes for students interested in exploring their relationship with alcohol and continuing recovery assistance. New Directions is a support group designed to explore addictive behaviors, raise awareness, and provide skills to change behavior patterns. http://counseling.uoregon.edu/dnn
Office of the Dean of Students 541-346-3216
Provides services and programs to assist, support and refer students with issues related to substance use and abuse.
University Health Center 541-346-2770
The Health Center's professional staff evaluates students' substance use and provides medical consultations, cessation advice and support, and referral services to students who have a substance abuse problem. The health center works closely with the Counseling and Testing Center and refers students to them for further assistance as needed. In addition, the health center staff oversees the peer health education program whereby students go out into their communities to provide their fellow students information on various health topics including substance abuse and prevention. http://healthcenter.uoregon.edu/
Student Conduct and Community Standards 541-346-1140
Coordinates the resolution of cases of alleged student misconduct, emphasizes personal growth and education in misconduct situations, and strives to create a respectful and safe environment on campus conducive to academic pursuits. http://conduct.uoregon.edu/
University of Oregon Crisis Line: 541-346-3227
Free, anonymous telephone counseling and referrals for help in dealing with a variety of problems including but not limited to academic concerns, suicide concerns, depression, relationship problems, eating disorders, grieving, gay/lesbian/bi-sexual issues, and sexual assault. Service is targeted towards University of Oregon community. The Crisis Line is in operation Monday through Friday from 5:00pm to 8:00am and 24 hours a day on the weekends. The Crisis Line operates during all academic terms. The Crisis Line is staffed by trained students and volunteers who have completed substantial on-the-job training.
University of Oregon Police Department 541-346-2616
Provides timely and courteous service in the areas of public safety, building security, emergency response, information, instruction and training, prevention and investigation of crimes, parking administration and enforcement, and building access control. http://safetyweb.uoregon.edu