Substance Use Services
The Counseling and Personal Development Center's licensed clinical mental health counselors offer a continuum of care to currently enrolled students who find themselves experiencing negative consequences or issues associated with the use of alcohol, other drugs and/or tobacco.
Substance Use Prevention Program
The Counseling and Personal Development Center offers a comprehensive Substance Use Prevention Program in an attempt to curb alcohol and other drug use and their associated negative consequences. The comprehensive prevention program utilizes evidenced based strategies aimed at:
- Educating and informing the campus community about the impacts of substance use/abuse
- Encouraging students to choose healthier lifestyles, and supporting students who choose not to use alcohol and other drugs.
Currently the Counseling and Personal Development Center is utilizing eCHECKUP TO GO for online programming.
Substance Use Counseling Services
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Judicial Sanctions
- Transformative outreach experiences to include:
- small groups
- Mental Health/ Substance Use Screening Days
- Community partnerships
- Referral Services
Collegiate Recovery Community
The Bronco Whole Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) is a small-sized, recovery-based program, designed to create an inclusive atmosphere for students to give and gain peer support, while fostering lifelong changes in students' lives. By ensuring that students in recovery have appropriate support and resources, the Bronco Whole CRC is dedicated to assisting students in their pursuit of obtaining a college education and finding success.
The Bronco Whole CRC offers recovery related meetings (i.e., 12-step meetings and SMART recovery) which are facilitated by a licensed counselor. Participation in the Bronco Whole CRC is free of charge and open to all currently enrolled students.
Students can access individual, group, peer recovery support and the Bronco Whole CRC Lounge.