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Alcohol and Other Drugs Education and Prevention Program

Alcohol & Other Drugs Education and Prevention Program

Our Mission

The mission of the Alcohol and Other Drugs Education and Prevention Program supports the mission of the University by seeking to increase student retention and graduation, fostering experience-based learning and community engagement, and reducing the individual and communal negative impact associated with alcohol and other drug use. A cross-campus team called ADEPT (Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Team) is charged with increasing awareness and implementing initiatives aimed at the education, intervention, prevention, assessment, referrals, training and support for students.

Information about Alcohol and Drugs

Addiction and Recovery Resources

Returning to Work After Addiction Treatment

Home After Rehab: The Guide to Finding the Right Place for Recovery

Traveling the World in Search of Good, Sober Fun

Finding Friends After Addiction Rehabilitation

Five Ways to Survive the Holidays Sober

Staying Sober in the Face of Temptation: A Guide for Attending Parties and Events

National and Collegiate Recovery Resources

Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE)

The Network - Addressing collegiate alcohol and other drug issues

National Collegiate Recovery programs

Recovery Organizations and Other Recovery Support Resources

Celebrate Recovery

SMART recovery

Refuge Recovery

Young People in Recovery

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

SAMHSA Treatment Facility Locator 

Alcoholics Anonymous

Atlanta Alcoholics Anonymous


Al-Anon Georgia

Al-Anon/Alateen Atlanta


Nar-Anon Georgia

Adult Children of Alcoholics

Gamblers Anonymous

Heroin Anonymous

Cocaine Anonymous

Cocaine Anonymous Georgia

Crystal Meth Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

Computer Gaming Addicts Anonymous

Online Gamers Anonymous

Self-Mutilators anonymous\

Sexaholics Anonymous

Sex Addicts Anonymous

Pornography Addicts Anonymous

Eating Disorders Anonymous

Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous

Overeaters Anonymous

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)

Yoga of 12-Step Recovery

Georgia Council on Substance Abuse CARES warm line

Partnership for a Drug-Free America

Georgia Council on Substance Abuse

Riley’s Wish Foundation

The Chris Atwood Foundation

Addiction Resources