GW Late Night is a series of FREE evening and weekend events that provide space for students to have fun and socialize, explore new interests, and take a break from academics without the temptation or risks involved with drinking alcohol or being in an environment where alcohol is present.
The Collegiate Recovery Community is designed to support students in recovery from substance disorders and other process addictions.
GW Campus Recreation Intramural Sports offers sports such as indoor soccer, basketball, volleyball, wiffleball, and flag football, just to name a few. It is free for students to play, leagues are offered multiple days of the week, and it is also a great way to meet new people with similar interests!
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For students over 21, who may be consuming alcohol for frequently than normal, these are tips to remind them to drink responsibly. Students may also be engaging in digital happy hours and "drinking challenges" online, so this site can serve as a reminder of the risks of binge drinking and how to set proper limits.
Fighting loneliness can have the effect of fighting addiction too, as positive relationships impact your life in a significant way. Support groups and treatment will help to break the cycle of addiction, but lifestyle changes can also bring positive changes and greatly improve the situation.
Social anxiety disorder (SAD) help can come in many forms. While not a substitute for professional treatment, self-help is a good starting point. The self-help strategies for social anxiety disorder outlined in this article can be used at home to overcome your symptoms.
This "group journal" app allows you to complete short, daily prompts with the important people in your life in order to strengthen your relationships and have more meaningful conversations.
July 27, 2020
Eugene O’Kelley’s account of his experience of the end of his life is a reminder that our time and energy are limited, and we need to make sure to give them to the people who matter most to us.
1. Check in with yourself.
2. Don't drink on an empty stomach.
3. Alternate between alcohol and water.
4. Keep track of how much you drink.
Standard Drink Sizes
5. Don't feel like drinking?