Chemical Health & Domestic Violence
Chemical Health/Domestic Violence
United Tribes Technical College
Wellness Center Building 69
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8 am – 5 pm
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The Center for Counseling is committed to the UTTC student by providing professional and cultural development services to enhance life-long learning, personal growth, and educational success.
Types of Concerns
The Chemical Health Center provides alcohol and drug education/ prevention services, treatment referrals and other referrals as requested. Support group meetings, such as Alcohol Anonymous, are held on campus. The Chemical Health Center holds alcohol/drug-free activities, maintains a video library, a North Dakota certified 16 hour DUI program, and provides on-going services for students and staff.
Services include, but are not limited to:
- Crisis intervention, emotional support, and advocacy for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking and dating violence Advocacy and support to victims who witness violence
- Information and referral to appropriate agencies including legal services, medical, mental health, counseling, victim/ witness, law enforcement, social and employment agencies
- Provide public prevention education and awareness to various groups – UTTC faculty, staff, students, resident life and athletics, schools and organization both on and off-campus.
Chemical Health Administrator/DV Coordinator
Hello! My name is Amy WhiteShield and I have been with UTTC for almost 4 years. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Health Services Administration from Keiser University in 2018. My pursuit is to provide Chemical Health and Domestic Violence services to the students of UTTC.
We look forward to meeting you and assisting along your journey to find personal and academic success!
Chemical Health Consultant
Sandy Thompson is a UTTC consultant and provides chemical health services to the students of UTTC. She has made a life -long career of serving those suffering with a substance use disorder, and their families, by working as a Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor, CCAR trained Family Recovery Coach, domestic violence advocate, clinical supervisor, administrator, contributing author and public speaker. Sandy is also an adjunct instructor at the University of Mary teaching classes to graduate students who are seeking to advance their skills and knowledge regarding helping others who struggle with behavioral health issues. Sandy is the founder/CEO of Path to Pono and provides family recovery coaching and leadership development services.