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Alcohol and Other Drugs Program

 
 
     
     

     

    The Alcohol and Other Drugs program is a service of the Division of Student Affairs of Adelphi University. The AOD program serves the campus community through a variety of resources, prevention, intervention and education in supporting students on making healthy choices.

    If you are dealing with a drug or alcohol problem or are worried about a friend, there are a number of support services that you can contact at Adelphi and outside of the university.

    If you think you may have had too much to drink, you can use a blood alcohol content (BAC) calculator to help determine your BAC level. Please be aware that this tool is just an estimate and you should always err on the side of caution when you’ve been drinking.

    » Calculate your BAC level (estimate)


    University Services

    Coordinator of Substance Abuse Counseling

    Scott Zotto, LMSW
    p – 516.877.3646
    e – szotto@adelphi.edu

    Student Counseling Center

    e – scc@adelphi.edu
    p – 516.877.3646

    Health Services Center

    w – health.adelphi.edu
    p – 516.877.6000


    For further information, please contact:

    Alcohol and Other Drugs Program
    Substance Abuse Counseling and Prevention Programming
    p – 516.877.3769
    e – szotto@adelphi.edu

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