CROSSROADS encourages students to make healthy, thoughtful decisions regarding whether, if, how, and when they chose to use alcohol or other drugs.

We strongly encourage students to explore these issues for themselves. There is so much information out there about drugs and alcohol, especially on the internet. We encourage you to use your critical thinking skills to examine both the information you find and the source who is presenting it.

In this section, you will find a variety of resources. Our office contains many more resources, so please feel free to stop by.

Alcohol Poisoning

BAC Calculator

Drug Information Library

UNCW Alcohol and Drug Statistics

CROSSROADS' Research, Presentations & Publications

Campus Resources:

CARE: UNCW Collaboration for Assault Response & Education: 962-CARE

Student Health Services: 962-3280

UNCW Counseling Center: 962-3746

Local Resources:

Crisis Line Hotline: 392-7408

If you need a referral to an off-campus assessment or treatment program, click below to find local licensed facilities:

SAMHSA Treatment Finder: Federal listing of treatment centers, from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

DWI Treatment Services: Website to find licensed DWI treatment programs, from the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse Services division.

Treatment 4 Addiction: Treatment4Addiction (T4A) is an online directory and informational resource for individuals with a common goal of living a healthy addiction-free lifestyle.

Online Self-Assessment Resources:

Rethinking Drinking: Alcohol & Your Heath

Alcohol Use Self Assessment from the Mayo Clinic

Alcohol Screening: How Much is Too Much?