Alcohol & Other Drug Services
Gannett offers a wide variety of services that are sensitive to the challenges that university students face regarding alcohol and other drug use. We provide services for students who want to learn more about their own use of alcohol and other drugs, reduce or eliminate their use, or are worried about a friend or family member’s use or dependency. In addition, the Cornell and Ithaca community are home to many self help groups and treatment facilities.
Services at Gannett include:
- BASICS (Brief Alcohol and Other Drug Screening and Intervention for College Students)
- Individual counseling
- Support groups including Sober at Cornell, Alcoholics Anonymous, Marijuana Users Anonymous, and Al-Anon (for friends and family members)
- Information and web resources about alcohol and other drug use
If there is a particular service that you are looking for that does not appear on this list, please contact Kirsten Post Eynav, Community Health Educator, at Gannett.
Additional Cornell resources for students
Additional resources include Empathy Assistance and Referral Services (EARS) and Cornell United Religious Work.
Resources for Cornell employees
Learn what the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) can do for you.
Ithaca community resources
Community resources include the Alcohol and Drug Council of Tompkins County and Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services.