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Administrative Policy and Procedures Manual
Section 1000: Campus Policy
1003.2 Drug-Free Work Place
Effective: July 16, 1990
Revised: October 1, 2007
Review Date: October 1, 2009
Responsible Party: Director of Student Health Services


The health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol include physical impairment such as liver, heart, digestive tract diseases and mental impairment such as memory loss, impaired judgment and other personality disorders.

Students may receive confidential alcohol and drug counseling treatment through the counseling staff and referral information regarding drug or alcohol counseling, treatment and rehabilitative programs available through Behavioral Health Center, AL-ANON and other support groups, and local licensed mental health care professionals. Faculty and staff may receive counseling from the drug and alcohol counselor/coordinator and members of the University counseling staff confidential referral information regarding the aforementioned local drug and alcohol treatment resources. If they are full or part-time employees, they may also contact the MSUN EAP program at 1-800-999-1077.