Counseling Center: Drug & Alcohol Education
All Drug and Alcohol Education Classes are being held virtually, on an individual basis, during the Fall 2020 semester. To schedule, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org -or- call us at (412) 397-5900.
Registration Policy for All Classes
All students who are sanctioned to complete an Alcohol or Drug class must submit a request in a timely manner to schedule an appointment by emailing Beth Lucas at email@example.com or by calling 412-397-5900, in order to be registered. Please note, that there may be a wait time of 2-3 weeks to schedule an individual session. A student may be referred to Greenbriar Treatment Center to request a class with them if they need a more immediate session time.
Alcohol 101 is a university course offered by the Counseling Center designed to educate participants about the effects and consequences that result from alcohol use and abuse. The class is designed to prepare students to make informed decisions regarding their personal alcohol use to avoid the negative consequences associated with alcohol misuse. Students are also introduced to the resources that are available on-campus and in the community. Through discussions and interactive activities, students develop a deeper understanding about their personal choices regarding the use of alcohol.
Alcohol 102 is a one-on-one, introspective meeting with a Counseling Center therapist to discuss personal alcohol usage. The meeting is designed for students who receive a second alcohol violation and have attended Alcohol 101 in the past. During the meeting, the student and staff member will discuss such topics as decision making, the student's values, and future goals.
Drug 101 is a university course offered by the Counseling Center designed to educate participants about the effects and consequences that result from drug use and abuse.
To Report a Substance Use/Abuse Concern
Use this form to report any concerns you may have about a student using/abusing drugs or alcohol. Do not use this form for an emergency! If this is an emergency...
- On campus: contact the RMU Police immediately at 412-397-2424 to report your concerns
- Off campus: call 911 for help