Welcome to the homepage for Wellness Programs & Alcohol Education at Vanderbilt University.
Please see the below link of the Vanderbilt Recovery Support
article in The Tennessean that is currently online.
The mission of the office is to promote, develop and support opportunities for students to enhance existing knowledge and skills necessary to make healthy choices regarding their lifestyle including alcohol and other drugs.
Vanderbilt Recovery Support in collaboration with Work/Life Connections is pleased to offer Recovery Support Meetings on Tuesdays at noonbeginning on May 26, 2015. The meetings are for staff, faculty, fellows, residents, and graduate/professional students and will be held in the lower level of the Medical Arts Building, room 029. Please contact Katherine Drotos Cuthbert at 615-343-4740 or email@example.com with any questions.
Identifying Students in Distress (for Faculty & Staff)
Project Safe, Wellness Programs & Alcohol Education, and the Psychological and Counseling Center have partnered to offer this training to help faculty and staff learn how to identify and support students in distress, who may have or be experiencing power-based personal violence, and/or need support related to substance abuse or mental health. To request this presentation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.