Brown Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 401.863-4111
Emergency response available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Click here to find out what happens when you call EMS.
Director of Student and Employee Accessibility Services, 401.863-9588
Support is available for students who are in recovery from substance use disorders or who are concerned about their drinking or drug use. Please contact Dean Catherine Axe, Director of Student and Employee Accessibility Services, for more information. Catherine_Axe@brown.edu; 401-863-9588.
BWell Health Promotion 401.863-2794
If you are concerned about your own use of alcohol or other drugs or a friend’s use, you can have a free, confidential appointment at Health Promotion. Our focus is harm reduction, not abstinence, and we will work with you on the changes you choose to make. Located on the third floor of Health Services.
Health Services 401.863-3953
Confidential walk-in or appointment health care for Brown students. Located at the corner of Brown and Charlesfield streets.
Early Sobriety Group
A group for Brown students in recovery. The group’s aim is to help students develop the social supports necessary for sustained recovery.
Counseling and Psychological Services 401.863-3476
Confidential appointments for alcohol or drug concerns and for adult children of alcoholics (ACOA). Located on the fifth floor of J. Walter Wilson.
The Dean for Issues of Chemical Dependency 401.863-2536
The Dean provides comprehensive academic and social support in non-clinical settings for Brown students, faculty, and staff in recovery from chemical dependency. The Dean is available for one-on-one and group consultation for Brown community members who are concerned about their use of drugs and alcohol, who suspect that someone they know has a problem, or who are negatively affected by others' substance abuse.
Residential Life 401.863-3500
This office can help with substance-free living accommodations for incoming and returning students.