Wellness Programs
Holloway Hall

Alcohol & Tobacco Awareness
      A Strong Body...A Strong Mind

The following information and resources are for the entire SU community to increase their awareness of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug usage. 

Cheers to You !

A support group for students who are
trying to maintain sobriety or to cut
down on their use their use!

This weekly group meeting is held every Thursday at 3:30 PM in HH 066.

This group is a discussion/support group addressing the issues and challenges of students working on drinking and/or drugging issues. Through mutual support, students attempt to build skills and develop individual strategies for living a healthier life.

Please pass this information along to students. The group is "drop in" so no pre-registration is needed. For confidential inquiries, call Student Health Services at 410-543-6262.

Lower Shore Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous (LSIAA)

The Lower Shore Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous (LSIAA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.  There are no dues or fees for AA membership. This Website is intended to provide general information regarding Alcoholics Anonymous and to facilitate face-to-face contact between A.A. members and those wishing to learn about the A.A. program of recovery from alcoholism.  Click on the link above to learn more about their services.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) defines alcohol abuse as having one or more of the following situations happen in 12-month period:

  • Continuing to drink even if you are having problems in your relationships that are a result or are contributed to by drinking.

  • An ongoing inability to meet work, school, familial or social responsibilities.

  • Alcohol related legal problems including DUIs, DWIs, and physically harming yourself or others while drunk.

  • Physically endangering yourself or others while drinking.

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Resources:

Support and Tips to Stop Smoking: 

Need additional help or reasons why you should quit, HelpGuide.com will answer many of your questions.

Trying to quit Smoking? Want to find out how much you actually spend on cigarettes? The Cost of Smoking Calculator will help you gauge how much you would SAVE if you didn't smoke!

Wicomico County's Alliance To Conquer Tobacco In Our Neighborhoods is a great resources for learning more about how you can take part in improving the health of residents in your neighborhood by preventing and reducing the use of tobacco products.

Wicomico Health Department "Stop Smoking" Assistance

The Wicomico County Health Department offers Group Support programs for $10/month, Nicotine Replacement Patches (NRT) or Zyban and Individual Support sessions.

NRT Patches or Zyban offered to Wicomico County residents who attend support sessions for 10 weeks and obtain and return a signed Medical Clearance Form and prescription for the product. Small fee required. Call 410-546-5311 for more information. Click here for more information.

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