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Dartmouth Center on Addiction, Recovery & Education

7764 Parker House
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: 603-646-9215
Fax: 603-646-9151
Email: dcare@dartmouth.edu
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Dartmouth Treatment Resources

Dartmouth Treatment Resources

  • Dartmouth Campus Alcoholics Anonymous meeting:
    Tuesdays, 7-8pm, 119 Silsby Hall
  • The Faculty Employee Assistance Program (F/EAP) is a free, confidential, professional counseling service for members of the Dartmouth College faculty and staff and their families. Up to eight counseling sessions are allowed annually and most often can be scheduled at a time convenient for the employee/family member. The FEAP is available to discuss a personal and or family concern reagarding any aspect of substance abuse.The Director of the program is a licensed alcohol and drug abuse counselor.
  • Dick's House: Dartmouth College Health Service
  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Addiction Treatment Program
  • DAPA (Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisors) are a great resource for the Dartmouth Community. Information about students who have gone through the 24 hour training course and are willing to help can be found under the DAPA blitz bulletin. These students can be contacted via blitz. During lunch hours in Collis 216 there are trained DAPAs who are available to answer any questions in person. In addition to being a great resource for specific questions about the effects of drugs and alcohol, DAPAs are also trained to help with more complex alcohol issues including dependence. DAPAs are well equipped with pamphlets, knowledge of the resources on campus and a trained listening ear to help Dartmouth students who have questions about drugs and alcohol.
  • Choices - Choices is a group that allows members to explore their relationship with alcohol and other drugs.  The group also provides students an opportunity to talk about their chemical use.  Some group topics include coping, stress reduction, peer and intimate relationships, family dynamics, college life, cognitive restructuring, communication, leisure time, wellness, and self-care skills.  The group is not an AA group and is open to all persons who are interested in addressing his/her alcohol or other drug use.  One does not have to be an "addict" or "alcoholic" to participate.  Call Dick's House Counseling (603) 646-9442 for more information
  • Dartmouth Resource Directory (167K PDF file)

Dartmouth Recovery Support Resources

  • Campus AA – If questioning your use or in recovery
    • Tuesdays 7-8 pm, 119 Silsby
  • Campus Al-Anon -If you are affected by another’s use 
    • Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 pm, 119 Silsby
  • Recovery Housing - Provides an option for persons in alcohol or other drug recovery to live with others in recovery.
    • Contact Dr. Mark Reed – 646-9442

 

Last Updated: 9/17/08