Alcohol and Other Drugs
Student Wellness Office
Information, resources, and referrals.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Confidential counseling and mental health services for Purdue students.
Office of the Dean of Students
Mental health services; academic and career counseling.
Purdue University Police Department
Conducts personal safety presentations and group discussion with students, staff, faculty, and visitors. 765-494-8221
Purdue University Retail Pharmacy
Serves the needs of students and campus visitors who are injured or become ill while visiting the West Lafayette Campus.
Fellowship support. Meets at the Purdue Memorial Union and University Church several times weekly. 765-742-1666
In the Community
West Lafayette Police Department
Foot, bicycle, and motorized mobile patrols with an emphasis on educational programs pertaining to crime prevention and traffic safety. 765-463-3535
St. Elizabeth Regional Health
Freedom from Smoking program held at the Kathryn Weil Center in Lafayette for a small fee
On the Web
21st Birthday - Top Ten 21st Birthday Survival Tips
Alcohol Awareness - This website addresses alcohol from many different aspects: how to get involved in alcohol-free activities, resources, policies and procedures, and information for parents.
Do I Have a Drug Problem? - This resource from Join Together Online allows viewers to receive feedback about their alcohol, drug, and tobacco use and determine if they are in a high-risk category.
GoAskAlice! Anonymous Q & A site run by Columbia University health services. Search archives for hundreds of answered questions about general health, emotional health, and other health topics.
How Much is Too Much? - This resource from Join Together Online allows viewers to receive feedback about the amount of alcohol they consume and determine if they are in a high-risk category.
National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. The NIAAA serves the public by providing up-to-date information about alcohol abuse and alcoholism.
National Institute on Drug Abuse. The NIDA serves the public by providing information about current research about drug abuse in order to improve prevention, treatment and policy as it relates to drug abuse and addiction.