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SHIFT Resources during Covid-19

Across the globe, people are experiencing unprecedented change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. For college students, this can mean disruption to their living situation, classroom experience, and social connections. Subsequently, this may impact the amount, frequency, or setting in which alcohol or other drugs are consumed. Regardless of if you find yourself drinking or using more or less than before, the resources and articles featured here might be helpful during this time—no matter what your own substance use might look like.

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If you are drinking or using while staying at home, you can still do so safely with some of these tips!

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This might be a time when you’re thinking about using less.

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Curious about sobriety, even just for a short period of time?

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Suddenly being without access to a substance you’ve regularly used can leave you feeling uneasy.

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If you find that it is harder to cut back than you thought, or that your use is feeling like it’s getting in the way of everyday life, it can be helpful to find another source of support.

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Let’s be honest: this is hard! The whole world is experiencing a very sudden transition.

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It can be hard to feel connected when you’re being directed to physically distance.

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Everyone is being impacted by this situation right now and you may notice a friend or someone you care about is having a hard time.

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