Free, Confidential Consultation
Concerned about your own or someone else's substance use? Schedule a consultation with Dr. Jon Moran at the Counseling Center (781) 736-3730.
If you have a life threatening emergency, call Brandeis University Police at 781-736-3333.
Psychological Counseling Center
To reach the Brandeis Counseling Center, call (781) 736-3730 or visit the Brandeis Counseling Center website.
Addiction Treatment in Massachusetts
Sameem Associates Newton MA
Newton Wellesley Hospital Newton, MA
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Young People's Meetings Boston, MA
Marijuana Anonymous (MA)
Psychoactive Drugs - Information about the history, safe use, chemistry, and laws pertaining to many different drugs, including alcohol, caffeine and tobacco. It is also very up to date with the latest "designer" drugs available on the street. It has links to relevant books and media coverage, and forums/chat rooms where users can share their experiences.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMSHA) clearinghouse for information on most available drugs, including alcohol and tobacco. The information is in the form of various reports. Information emphasizes the negative aspects of alcohol abuse and drug use.
Colombia University's Health Question and Answer Service Go Ask Alice! - Hip and topical question/answer website from Columbia University. Great range of alcohol, tobacco and other drug questions with non-judgmental and information-filled answers. (Health Services @ Columbia University.)
Campus Health and Safety - CampusHealthandSafety.org is an online resource for higher education administrators, students, parents, and other professionals who are seeking information about creating healthier and safer living and learning environments for college and university students, both on campus and in the surrounding community.
Disclaimer: The information provided here is not intended to diagnose, treat or provide a second opinion on any health problem or disease. It is meant to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between an individual and his/her clinician.