ViSION (Violence Support, Intervention, and Outreach Network)
- Drug & Alcohol Recovery Group: A student facilitated weekly recovery meeting. Open to anyone in the Northeastern community, whether you have long-term sobriety, think you may have a drug or alcohol problem, or just want to learn more about alcoholism and addiction. Meets Thursdays, 7pm-8pm. Email email@example.com for location and/or more information.
- An Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) group meets year-round on Fridays 6-7pm (excluding the week between Christmas and New Year’s). Groups meet weekly at the YMCA on Huntington Avenue in Room 105. Groups are open to both the NU community and the general public (not to classroom observers).
- For more information, contact the AA Central Service Committee for Eastern Massachusetts at (617) 426-9444, or www.aaboston.org.
1.) Calculate your personal Blood Alcohol Content*^
2.) Links to National Websites:
- Alcoholics Anonymous*
- Marijuana Anonymous*
- Narcotics Anonymous*
- Rational Recovery Systems*: A recovery program that is neither spiritually or psychologically based.
- Secular Organization for Sobriety (Save Our Selves)*: A self-empowerment approach that supports any path or form of recovery from alcohol and/or drugs.
- Rethinking Drinking-Alcohol & Your Health*: An interactive website on alcohol, provided the National Institutes of Health.
- Addiction Center*: Provides addiction information and treatment center reviews.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)*
- National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)*
*Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more resources.
*Please note: OPEN does not testify to, sponsor, or endorse any information provided on any externally linked page. OPEN provides this link for your information and for the benefit of the Northeastern community.
^Please note: There is no BAC calculator that is 100% accurate because of the number of factors that affect consumption and reduction (burnoff) rates of different people. These factors include amount of food in the stomach when drinking, medications or drugs that may be in the system, metabolism rates, etc. The best that can be done is a rough estimate of BAC based on the information provided.