Resources

On Campus

Counseling Center, 207.581.1392

Community Standards, Rights, and Responsibilities, 207.581.1409

Cutler Health Center, 207.581.4000

Hazing Prevention, 207.581.1423

Student Accessibility Services, 207.581.2319

Student Life and Deans of Students, 207.581.1406

Title IX Student Services, 207.581.1406

TRIO Student Support Services, 207.581.2320

University of Maine Police Department, 207.581.4040

 

Off Campus

Acadia Hospital, 207.973.6100

Al-Anon, 1.800.498.1844

Bangor Area Recovery Network, 207.561.9444 [On Facebook]

Crossroads for Women, 877.978.1667

Maine Statewide Crisis Hotline, 1.888.568.1112

Northeast Occupational Exchange, 1.800.857.0500

Partners for Peace, 1.800.863.9909

Maine Alcoholics Anonymous, 1.800.737.6237

Maine Narcotics Anonymous, 1.800.974.0062

Wellspring Substance Abuse Treatment Center, 207.941.1612

 

Online

BACCHUS Peer Education Network

Center on Alcohol Marketing for Youth

The Face Project

Maine Association of Substance Abuse Programs

Maine Office of Substance Abuse

National Eating Disorders Association (Hotline: 1.800.931.2237)

Street Drugs.org

Tobacco Free U

 

For RA’s

Want to do a program, but looking for some extra help? You can request a program by clicking the link in the banner at the top of the page.

We’re happy to talk about any aspect of wellness, alcohol, drugs, the services we offer, conduct a training, or help you develop a unique program of your own. Even if all you need is information about a particular topic, we can provide that as well.

Condoms are also available in our office, located in Room 149 of the Memorial Union.

 

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For Faculty

Out of town for a conference? Don’t cancel that class! One of our staff can fill in for you and present on a variety of topics. You can use the link at the top of the page to Request a Program or call us at 207.581.1423. We offer the following opportunities:

  • Classroom presentations about about Alcohol and Other Drug or Mental Health issues
  • Participation in the Biennial Review process
  • Participation in the Wellness Advisory Council
  • Making connections with students
  • Working with the community
  • Curriculum infusion
  • Service learning
  • Referrals