Alcohol and Other Drug Education
Consultations are available by appointment. For emergencies, call 911.
Please email Madeleine Moore
The Alcohol and Other Drug Education program believes that, when students are provided with relevant, culturally conscious, and evidence-based information about alcohol and other drug use, as well as harm reduction strategies, they are capable of navigating situations where substance use is prevalent and making decisions that reduce harmful consequences for themselves and their peers. Through peer-to-peer education and engagement, student-centered programming, and by providing individual support and assistance with accessing various campus resources, the program empowers students to make informed decisions that feel appropriate for supporting their personal wellness, as well as the wellness of their community.
Before You Visit
Before visiting with Madeleine Moore (the Alcohol and Other Drug Program Coordinator) you may find it helpful to check out eCheckup to Go, a brief, anonymous, an interactive tool that allows you to examine your own personal use of alcohol or marijuana, in comparison with other students, both at University of Maryland and nationwide. This is not a requirement to meet with Madeleine, but rather a resource for you to access whenever you want to.
If you are experiencing significant distress please schedule an appointment with a trained substance use counselor in our Substance Use Intervention & Treatment Unit.
Of note, eCheckup to Go is sometimes required for other types of appointments in the Health Center, like appointments required as a result of Office of Student Conduct sanctions, but any eCheckup to Go requirements will be communicated to you clearly prior to those types of appointments.
If you are experiencing a crisis or a mental health emergency during regular business hours, please visit the University Health Center or Counseling Center.