Oregon State University is committed to maintaining an educational environment and workplace free from substances  and alcohol.

The university supports programs for the prevention of abuse of alcohol and controlled substances by university students and employees, as well as assistance programs for those with problems related to controlled substance use. We strive to educate the campus community about responsible alcohol and other drug use.

Substance Use Clinician | Collegiate Recovery Program Coordinator

Jay VanDenBogaard, LPC, CADC III, BC-TMH

Student Health Services
Phone: 541-737-9355

Alcohol & Drug Prevention Specialist

Nikia Braxton-Franklin, MPH

Student Health Services
Phone: 541-737-9355

 

Credentials:

  • Doctoral Student (Counselor Education and Supervision), Oregon State University
  • Masters in Counseling, Oregon State University, 2009
  • Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
  • Master Addiction Counselor, MAC
  • Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor, CADC III
  • National Certified Counselor, NCC

 

Affiliated with:
Student Health Services

Research/Career Interests:
I have provided treatment health services to the residents of the Willamette Valley and surrounding areas since 1994.

My research and professional interests include successful postsecondary outcomes with first generation college students, the underutilization of healthcare and mental health services by Asian-American cultures and expanding clinical supervision models in the field of substance use disorder treatment with adolescents and transitional age youth.

Personal Interests:
I'm also a writer and pursuer of things that challenge me in positive ways.

When not playing with my ferrets, friends and family, I enjoy the outdoors of the Oregon coast and mountains.

Alcohol & Other Drugs - Annual Notification

 

Download the 2023-2024 Annual Notification (PDF)

 

At Oregon State University, we strive to provide an excellent teaching and learning environment that supports healthy choices for living. Included in the choices that confront everyone are decisions about the use of alcohol and other substances. The information and resources provided in the attached annual university notification include standards of conduct; applicable federal, state, local and institutional sanctions; descriptions of short and long-term health risks; and a list of alcohol and substance use prevention and support resources available to students and employees. In addition to our alcohol and substance policies, this annual notification also includes information about OSU’s resources for our community members who may be struggling with substance use.  

Resources
On-campus resources

Joan and Tom Skoro Collegiate Recovery Community
Jay VanDenBoggard, Collegiate Recovery Program Coordinator
Contact by Email
 

 

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Fifth Floor, Snell Hall
Phone: (541) 737-2131

 

Substance Use Services
Student Health Services
Phone: (541) 737-9355

 
Off-campus resources
Statewide/regional

Alcohol and Drug Helpline: (800) 923-HELP

Alcoholics Anonymous
(Linn and Benton counties)

  • Corvallis/Albany: (541) 967-6243
  • Lebanon: (541) 259-2028
  • Sweet Home: (541) 367-5075
 
Corvallis

Benton County Health Services - Behavioral Health
(541) 766-6835