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COVID-19 Attention Message.
Although our physical doors at AACC are closed in response to COVID-19, the Substance Use Education Office and Collegiate Recovery Center nurses are working remotely, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, to offer you:
Call 911 for medical emergencies or Mobile Crisis at 410-768-5522 for any mental health or substance use crisis.

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Substance use has become a serious issue for our community and nation. If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, we offer services and support that can help.

Get help now!

  • Safe Stations – 24/7 assistance at all Anne Arundel County and Annapolis city fire and police stations.
  • Crisis Stabilization Services (CSS) – Connection to appropriate treatment resources for opioid use.
  • Crisis Warmline - Supportive assistance and connection to resources within the community during a crisis. Call 410-768-5522.

Collegiate Recovery Center

We recognize the needs of students in recovery and have established a Collegiate Recovery Center (CRC). This is a safe space of fellowship and support for those in or seeking recovery as well as friends and family affected by substance use of loved ones. Attend meetings, grow your network or simply hang out!


PEERS

If you’re looking for like-minded friends who are making a real impact, PEERS (Prevention Education Engagement and Recovery Support) is an official Student Government Association club. This diverse group of students uses their collective experiences and evidence-based information to develop prevention programming. For information about or to become a member of the PEERS Club, contact:

Bobby Bradbury
Peer Recovery Specialist
rwbradbury@aacc.edu
410-777-1601

Cynthia Tawney
Student Peer Leader
cmfrank1@aacc.edu 


Prevent Opioid Overdoses

We provide you with information on how to give intranasal Narcan to reverse an opioid overdose. There's also Fentanyl test strips and home medication disposal bags available for pick up in our office.


Additional Resources

"OPIOIDS: Hope, Help and Understanding"

A 28-minute video of AACC students’ unfiltered real-life experiences with addiction and recovery, and information for local resources and how to help yourself or someone else. To view this video, log into MyAACC, click on the "Opioids: Hope, Help and Understanding" image, and select the Enroll in Course button to begin.

Is alcohol affecting you or someone you care about?

We are committed to your academic and personal success, and offer many free resources to support your health and well-being. Students are encouraged to take 20 to 30 minutes to complete the AACC Alcohol e-CHECKUP TO GO program.

e-CHECKUP is:

  • Anonymous – Your results are visible only to you
  • Relevant – Comparisons are based on answers from your peers
  • Empowering – Places wellness choices in your hands without judgment, just information you can use
  • Informative – Equips you with campus policies, facts and local resources

To access this program, log into MyAACC and click on e-CHECKUP TO GO.


Looking for Something Else?

We are always looking to grow our resources. If you did not find what you were looking for, let us know and we will do our best to get you the information you need.

Contact:

Beth Mays, RN
Health & Wellness Center Manager
bamays@aacc.edu
410-777-1780

Bobby Bradbury
Peer Recovery Specialist
rwbradbury@aacc.edu
410-777-1601

Questions?

We’re here to help.

Beth Mays, RN

410-777-1780

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Beth Mays, RN
Health & Wellness Center Manager
bamays@aacc.edu
410-777-1780

Bobby Bradbury
Peer Recovery Specialist
rwbradbury@aacc.edu
410-777-1601

Learn more about AACC’s drug and alcohol policies, tobacco policy and helpful resources.