Alcohol

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Additional Resources

If you would like to speak with a Wellness Educator/Counselor about your use or someone else's use of alcohol (tobacco or other drugs), please call (603) 862-3823 or make an appointment online

Nelly Pre-Concert Pizza Party

TONIGHT! Free Pizza Before Nelly

Join us for FREE pizza before the Nelly concert. 

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The Anonymous People - Film and Discussion

The Anonymous People

April 22nd at 7pm in Theatre II, MUB. Join us for a screening and discussion about the documentary, The Anonymous People.

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Heroin on the rise in New Hampshire

Heroin

What you need to know about heroin. 

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Marijuana Leaf

Marijuana Use in NH

State of NH Issues Marijuana Brief.

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Ew. E-Cigs. Jimmy Fallon.

E-Cigarettes

Ew. What you need to know about e-cigarettes.

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Photos of students and families with text "College Drinking and Drug Use"

NH College Drinking and Drug Use

15% of NH college students think they may have an alcohol problem. 

RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS...

 

 

YOLO

Friends Don't Let Friends Drink Too Much

The choice not to drink is always the safest choice. But if you choose to drink know how to make low-risk choices. 

Low- Risk Drinking Tips...

Stressed Out Frog Holding On - UNH Students

Stressed? Let Us Help You!

Our stress management services are available to ALL UNH students and most are covered by the Health Fee. 

Destress Now...

Alcohol Awareness Month

Alcohol

Before you go out, make the choice about whether or not you are going to drink and know your limits and stick to them. 

Learn more about making low-risk drinking choices...

Got Drugs? Got Drugs? National Take-Back Initiative

Let Us Safely Dispose Of Your Unwanted Drugs on Oct. 26

Help us in preventing pill abuse and theft by ridding your home of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Safely disposing of drugs is also good for the enivornment! 

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Events and Groups

Well Watched

This digital short was created by a UNH student who particpated in the Digital Storytelling Workshop.

Well Spoken

  • Low-risk drinking means drinking in a way that minimizes negative consequences, in the short or long-term.