Outreach & Intervention Resources | Troy University


Resources for Students and Employees

TROY is committed to the reduction of alcohol and substance use disorders by students and employees through various resources including:

Trojan Outreach is a peer-led education organization within Troy University's Student Services division. These Peer Educators are committed to promoting and influencing a culture that is focused on health, wellness and safety by empowering and engaging the campus community to make healthy decisions. Trojan Outreach strives to engage with students by hosting events, delivering programming, presentations and serving as role models of health and wellness.

The Student Counseling Center offers a safe place for all students to discuss and resolve issues that interfere with personal and academic goals.

TROY’s Collegiate Recovery Community promotes and advances students’ personal, academic and professional achievement in pursuit of long-term recovery from substance use disorders, health and well being, and productive engagement in society.

A Parent Handbook for Talking with College Students about Alcohol

TROY’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential information, support, and referral service offering tools and resources designed to help maximize productivity and meet the challenges of modern life. As an employer-sponsored program, EAP services are available to employees and their household members at no additional cost to them. Areas frequently addressed by the EAP include: 

  • Child care and parenting
  • Helping aging parents
  • Financial issues
  • Legal concerns
  • Work and career
  • Emotional well-being
  • Addiction and recovery
  • Wellness and prevention
  • Concierge and convenience services
  • Life events

To get more information on these benefits, please visit http://www.resourcelink.unicare.com or call 1-866-688-9727

For more information regarding education and community support meetings, please visit these organizations:







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