Drug-free Campus Policy - Attachment C "Drug and Alcohol Counseling, Treatment, and Rehabilitation Programs"December 14, 1991 [This page revised August 5, 1998]
The Campus Assistance Program is designed to address the following issues: continued longitudinal needs assessments, campus community awareness, enlistment of support from all campus segments, identification of high-risk students, early intervention, development of peer counseling and support groups, and referral to on/off campus resources and treatment facilities when indicated. The following are on-campus programs available to students:
Campus Assistance Program Wellness Center Hill University Center - Suite 460 934-5816 UAB Mental Health Services Center for Psychiatric Medicine 1713 Sixth Avenue, South Birmingham, Alabama 35294-0018 ACCESS line 934-7008 UAB Substance Abuse Program 401 Beacon Parkway West Birmingham, Alabama 35209 917-3733
Other non-UAB, off-campus services are available in the Birmingham area and in many of the foreign countries in which UAB conducts programs of study. Such counseling, treatment, and rehabilitation services are too numerous to list here, but anyone needing assistance with locating such off-campus or foreign country services may contact one of the programs listed above or the UAB Center for International Programs, as appropriate.