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:
The Office of Outreach and Intervention provides free and confidential consultation and education for students who are struggling with substances through the Substance Intervention Program (SIP). Through this program, students will gain education on common substances, explore the risks of using substances and addiction, as well as work with a professional staff member to develop plans to reduce risk or to begin their journey towards recovery.
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.
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
For more information regarding education and community support meetings, please visit these organizations: