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In recognition of the serious threat to the College and to society as a whole that is posed by drug and alcohol abuse, Amarillo College is making a determined effort to deal with the problem not only through a disciplinary approach but through a therapeutic approach as well. In 1987, the College instituted the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to train supervisors to identify and refer to the EAP those employees who are experiencing personal problems serious enough to interfere with their work performance. The EAP also provides confidential assistance to employees and their families who are struggling with drug or alcohol abuse or other personal problems. Employees or members of their families may utilize the Employee Assistance Program by calling the Professional Counseling and Biofeedback Center at (806) 356-0404.
Students can receive confidential counseling for mental health concerns by making an appointment with the AC counseling center: 371-5900.
The most current referral information for substance abuse and addiction can also be obtained by contacting the counseling center at 371-5900.
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