There have been multiple recent reports of people in Charlotte area nightclubs consuming drinks that have been spiked with date rape drugs. These drugs, sometimes referred to as “roofies,” can incapacitate a person, leaving them vulnerable to a sexual assault or rape.
Please use reasonable precautions to avoid consuming a spiked drink. Go out with trusted friends, and watch out for each other. Buy your own drink, do not leave your drink unattended, and do not accept a drink offered by a stranger. Tell the manager or host if you think your drink has been spiked.
If you suspect that a friend was given a spiked drink, tell the manager or host what happened. Stay with your friend and watch their condition closely. If their condition deteriorates, call 911 for medic and report the incident to the police.
These CPCC campus resources are available to support our students if needed:
· Counseling Services 704.330.6433
· Title IX Office 704.330.6719
· Care Team 704.330.6659
· College Security 704.330.6911
Student Life will be showing the film “The Anonymous People” on Thursday, March 5, 2015, at 10 a.m. in Tate Hall.
“The Anonymous People” is a feature documentary film about the more than 23 million Americans living in long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Deeply entrenched social stigma and discrimination have kept recovery voices silent and faces hidden for decades. The moving story of “The Anonymous People” is told through the faces and voices of the leaders, volunteers, corporate executives and celebrities who are laying it all on the line to save the lives of others just like them. This passionate new public recovery movement is fueling a changing conversation that aims to transform public opinion, and finally shift problematic policy toward lasting recovery solutions.
Please join us to watch and discuss this documentary.
The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) at Central Piedmont Community College is a program for students who are in recovery from addictive disorders including alcohol, drugs and eating disorders. Students can engage with and seek support from students fighting the same battles as well as have access to supportive faculty and staff members on Central Campus. The program is designed to assist these students with any struggles they may have in maintaining sobriety while being a successful college student. The CRC meets weekly on Wednesday at noon in Belk 5107. In addition, the CRC has established a 12 Step Model Support Group meeting that meets Thursday at noon in Belk 5101.
For more information about the CRC contact Tony Beatty at email@example.com or at 704.330.2722, extension 3481.
In recognition of National Alcohol Awareness Month, please join the CPCC Substance Abuse Program for Free “Mocktails” and information!
- Alcohol-free mocktails
- Alcohol screening
- Drug/alcohol info
Monday, April 22
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
In front of the Levine Tech Building
Sponsored by CPCC Substance Abuse Program, Center for Prevention Services and Student Life