Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act
Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act

Lower Columbia College (LCC) is required by the federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendment of 1989 (Public Law 101-226) to provide students and employees with information about the policies and resources of the College regarding alcohol and drugs. LCC students and employees are also subject to federal and Washington State laws.

The information provided here is intended to help you understand the health risks associated with drug and alcohol use, and encourage you to make informed decisions.

If you are facing alcohol or drug addiction, you may qualify for accommodations while you attend LCC. For more information, please contact Disability and Access Services at (360) 442-2340 or visit their webpage at

Counseling Services are also available to LCC students at no charge. For more information about Counseling Services, please call (360) 442-2343 or visit their webpage at 

As members of the college community, we should all be aware of the potential for abuse problems and familiar with the following information, provided here in compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act.

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