Alcohol and Substance Use
Alcohol and Substance Use in College
What about counseling?
Counselors with Counseling Services can assist students who wish to reduce their substance or alcohol use. The goals and discussion topics in counseling are up to the student, and counseling is voluntary. In accordance with our Confidentiality Policy, counselors do not have a duty to report substance use. Since counseling while under the influence of alcohol or other substances may not be effective, counselors may ask students to reschedule appointments if they arrive to Counseling Services and are not sober.
Other UH Hilo Resources
- UH Hilo Drug and Alcohol Policy
- Student Health and Wellness Programs - Peer educators offer presentations and workshops
- Student Medical Services
Community and National Resources
Self/Help 12-Step Groups
- Alanon (808) 546-5647
- Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) East Hawaiʻi (808) 961-6133
- Narcotics Anonymous (NA) The Big Island of Hawaiʻi Helpline: (808) 769-6016
- Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, Oʻahu (808) 926-0166
- ʻOhana Counseling Services Alcohol and Addictions Program (808) 935-4412
- McKenna Recovery Center (808) 969-7577
- Lokahi Treatment Center, Hilo (808) 969-9292
- Big Island Substance Abuse Council (BISAC) (808)935-4927
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Counseling Services are free and confidential for all UH Hilo students. We welcome questions, comments and feedback about our website at email@example.com.