Guidelines - Drug Free Campus

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UNMC prohibits employees from the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of alcohol and/or a controlled substance on UNMC property. Compliance with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, as amended, by employees is a term and condition of employment at UNMC.


Drug Free Campus Policy #1003

Drug Free Campus Procedures

Chemical Dependency

UNMC supports the position that chemical dependency is a disease that can endanger the health and well being of students, employees, and faculty and can have a negative effect on the public they serve. UNMC advocates treatment and rehabilitation for affected students, employees, and faculty in a manner that first protects the public, while allowing a reasonable opportunity for recovery and re-entry into the workplace/classroom.

Employee Assistance Program

Arbor Family Counseling's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to assist faculty and staff in distress. EAP provides information and cost-free confidential counseling services for employees/family members with concerns regarding substance abuse or dependency and is able to provide resource information to employees and family members. A counselor is available for limited on-site sessions and can be scheduled by calling 402-330-0960. Off-site and/or WebEx sessions also can be scheduled by calling 402-330-0960, 1-800-922-7379, or by going to Arbor's website.

Arbor Family Counseling

Medical Conditions/Workplace Safety

UNMC has a “Injury and Illness Prevention Program,” which ensures occupational safety and health practices to reduce work-related accidents and injuries; in addition to providing guidance in accommodating medical conditions of UNMC faculty, staff and students.