In dealing with individuals with alcohol and/or drug abuse issues, it is the intent of this Employee Response Procedures to provide appropriate measures for intervention and referrals.
Once an administrator, instructor, or staff member is aware that an individual’s faculties have been impaired by alcohol or drugs, the employee should assess the level of the crisis and respond using the following guidelines.
(These guidelines are suggestions only. Employees are expected to exercise their best judgment in order to insure their personal safety and the safety of others).
An Emergency Level Response: Describes a student or employee whose behavior is out of control because he/she has drug overdosed or is intoxicated. In this situation you should:
A Secondary Level Response: Describes a student or employee that approaches you confidentially, requesting help because they have a drug or alcohol problem. In this situation, you should:
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