Welcome to Alcohol and Drug Education Program (ADEP)
The Alcohol and Drug Education Program (ADEP) at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) is committed to providing educational support services to the campus community and to create an atmosphere in which alcohol use is not the central focus of all social events. The program stresses choice, personal responsibility and understanding of consequences in deciding to use alcohol and/or other drugs. ADEP welcomes students in recovery, or those looking to explore their alcohol and other drug use, to utilize the programs and services offered, such as attending individual or group counseling. Programs and services provided by ADEP incorporate current, empirically supported approaches in order to effectively promote student health and wellness.
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ADEP PROVIDES QUALITY, PERSONALIZED SERVICES
CHOICES: a 90 minute alcohol session in a small group setting, for TCNJ students who are referred by TCNJ Residence Life or Student Conduct.
BASICS: a service available for TCNJ students who want to explore their alcohol and other drug use. It is designed to assist students in examining their own behaviors in a judgment-free environment.
E-Checkup To-Go: an online, educational instrument that allows TCNJ community members to learn about their alcohol consumption habits. This tool provides personalized feedback regarding your drinking habits in a matter of minutes. You can access this tool 24 hours a day by clicking here.
Marijuana 101: a fast-paced, individualized, online tool for TCNJ students who have been referred to ADEP. This tool integrates personalized feedback throughout interactive portions of the course. Marijuana 101 specifically addresses marijuana use and includes the eCHECKUP TO GO brief intervention for marijuana.
Individual: TCNJ students can schedule an individual appointment with ADEP Coordinator Joe Hadge. ADEP has available appointments for students who want to explore matters dealing with alcohol and other drugs. To make an appointment, contact Joe Hadge at (609) 771-2572 or email@example.com. You can also contact Rebecca Morrissey at (609) 771-2451 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: If you have scheduling issues contact Rebecca Morrissey at (609) 771-2451 or email@example.com. You may also contact Joe Hadge at (609)-771-2572 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: If you are referred by Ewing court you are required to schedule an individual meeting with Joe Hadge prior to signing up. If you have scheduling issues contact Joe Hadge at (609)-771-2572 or at email@example.com
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