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Vanderbilt Resources

The services of the office of Wellness Programs & Alcohol Education include:

  • Vanderbilt Recovery Support for students
  • Contact for AlcoholEdu, an online educational program required for first year and transfer students
  • A walk-in resource room with books and brochures on various topics including: Adult Children of Alcoholics, Marijuana, Alcohol, Prescription Drugs, and Smoking.  Self help books are available on a weekly loan basis
  • 12 step books and access to local meeting schedule
  • Scheduling presentations for residence halls, classrooms or student organizations
  • Host Responsibility Training
  • Support for alcohol-free students, recovering students, or students who are cutting down

Alcohol & Drug Counseling and Services

Psychological and Counseling Center (PCC) provides a certified substance abuse therapist, who can help students enter a treatment facility, prepare to return to campus from rehabilitation, or develop relapse prevention plans.  Contact Dorothy Gager for more information.  PCC also provides long-term counseling/therapy.  Cost of services is covered in the undergraduate and graduate students activities fees.

Office of Religious Life

Students can access counseling through their respective campus ministries or the chaplain and assistant chaplain of the university.  No fee involved.

Vanderbilt Medical Center
Most medical insurance will cover some cost, but always check your policy.  The substance abuse therapist at PCC can assess and refer to this treatment program or a treatment program near home.

12-Step Program
There are several meetings within walking distance to Vanderbilt.  The Friendship House is the AA meeting house (within .5 miles of campus) and is open Sunday – Wednesday 8am-10pm, Thursday 8am-11pm, and Friday/Saturday 8am-Midnight.

VU Alcohol Policy

Vanderbilt’s Alcohol Policy is included in the Vanderbillt Student Handbook.

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