Denise LeFrak Foundation Alcohol and Substance Awareness Program
Denise LeFrak Foundation Alcohol and Substance Awareness Program serves the Barnard Community providing drug and alcohol education, prevention, and intervention efforts on campus. Our purpose is to promote the healthy development of students enabling them to reach their full potential. Our aim is to encourage students to explore their options and ultimately make choices that are positive for them as individuals. We offer both individual and group counseling at no charge; and all of our services are confidential. We also facilitate and partner for events and outreach with other Barnard departments.
All ASAP Services are being offered remotely.
The ASAP Hours: Monday through Friday 9am - 5pm except weekends and holidays.
ASAP IS A CONFIDENTIAL OFFICE
In these difficult times, ASAP wants you to know that there is online help out there for you or loved one who may need support for an alcohol or substance use problem.
The Positive Change Pathway or Six Steps to Creating Positive Change: A self-guided process to stay safe and healthy and change problematic behavior by Dr. Andrew Tatarsky.
Students have varied needs, so we provide different resources. We work with students who are:
- in recovery
- currently using alcohol and/or drugs and questioning their use
- students who are in a relationship with someone (parent, partner, or sibling) who is using alcohol or drugs
- students who are concerned about a friend's use
- students who are seeking information
ASAP seeks to provide space and opportunities to connect students for sober fun and alternatives to partying.
Questions or comments about ASAP? Send us an at email@example.com and let us know!