As a faculty or staff member, you are a key stakeholder in helping to
and drug use on campus. At times, you will have contact with
students whose attitudes
or behaviors may cause you concern, discomfort, or interfere in the
other students. As a faculty or staff member, interacting daily with
are in an excellent position to recognize behavior changes in a
student with an
alcohol and/or drug problem. We encourage you to talk about alcohol
and drugs with
students and refer them to the UCSB Alcohol & Drug Program as
Alcohol & Drug Program offers one-on-one, free, confidential
counseling and education
about alcohol and drugs and addictive behaviors.
If you know a student who you believe
may have an alcohol or drug problem, you can refer them to the UCSB
Alcohol & Drug
Program where they can check in about their alcohol and/or drug use.
You can also
contact us if you have questions about the behavior of someone who
you suspect might
have a problem.
For more information about responding to students who affected
by alcohol and drug
abuse refer to Responding to Distressed Students Resource Guide