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Student Health and Counseling Center Counseling Services
Meet one-on-one with a counselor in a confidential, safe and private setting where you can talk about your personal concerns. (559) 278-6738
Walk-In Hours, Monday - Friday, 9:00-11:00 & 2:00-4:00

Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
Confidential meeting. Open to all students. Located at the University Psychological and Health Services at 5044 N. Barton Avenue Fresno, CA 93740-8012, Area E Room # 149. Wednesdays during Fall and Spring semester at noon.

The Center for Women & Culture
Provides peer counseling support services to anyone who is coping with personal transitions, crisis or any other life experiences for which they need nonjudgmental guidance and support. Referrals are available. (559) 278-4435

The Faculty Pledge
Staff members who are qualified to provide confidential advice regarding issues of alcohol, drugs and medical treatment.

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Fresno County Substance Abuse Prevention Services
Crisis Service 24-hours: 1-800-654-3937
These services are available to any Fresno County resident either through self-referral or referral by a community agency. Fees for services are determined on an ability to pay basis, and no person should be turned away because of lack of funds at the time of admission.

Treatment Centers in the Fresno Area
A comprehensive list of treatment centers in the Fresno Area

Alcoholics Anonymous
Confidential meetings in the Fresno, Clovis area.
24 hour phone # (559) 221-6907 2812 N. Blackstone Ave. Fresno, CA 93707

Offers organized support groups for family and friends of alcoholics.
24 Hour Al-Anon , Alateen Information Line (559) 265-3560
Alateen Support group for teens only dealing with alcoholics.

Places of Worship in Fresno
List in the Fresno Area

Prevention Centers in your area:down arrow image

Lock it Up Project
A program of the California Health Collaborative, it is a community-based substance abuse prevention project, designed to increase awareness of the risks and consequences associated with the illicit use of prescription painkillers by teens and young adults ages 12-20 in Fresno County.

1680 West Shaw Avenue
Fresno, C.A. 93711
Phone: 244-3619

For more information contact Marisol Zamora
Program Manager, Lock It Up Project
California Health Collaborative

Performing Above the High Project
The Performing Above the High (PATH) Project was created through funding from the Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health to reduce marijuana use among youth and young adults, ages 12-20, in Fresno.

1680 West Shaw Avenue
Fresno, C.A. 93711
Phone: 244-4526

For more information contact Daisy Lopez
Program Manager, Performing Above the High Project
California Health Collaborative

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The TIPS Training class is a benefit to your organization as it provides valuable alcohol education training and in the end you become certified. TIPS classes are conducted on campus in an interactive small group format that utilizes video scenarios to demonstrate real life situations and then elicits responses as to the problems that can be identified and the best strategies to intervene if necessary. Your student organization can apply for free TiPS training.
To find out more about TiPS please visit
TiPS Grant Application (MS Word)
TiPS Grant Application (PDF)

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American College Health Association (ACHA) Organization for college health

Bacchus & Gamma
College-based peer education program focusing on health and safety

California Highway Patrol
Includes statistics on drinking and driving

College Drinking - Changing the Culture
Facts geared specifically for college students

Rethinking Drinking
A confidential survey to assess risks for drinking problems

National Institute on Drug Abuse: The Science of Drug Abuse & Addiction

National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Provides FAQ's, research findings, and general information about alcohol

Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
Reviews ABC's licensing, prevention, education, and enforcement procedures

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)