The Office of Assessment, Intervention and Recovery (AIR) functions as a multi-disciplinary, collaborative, and integrative health care team within Campus Health.
AIR’s mission is to support the individual wellbeing of the Tulane Community through a means of healthcare stewardship, broadly defined as “the careful and responsible management of the wellbeing of the population."
AIR’s services are guided through a trauma-informed lens, using evidenced-based interventions, and current best practices.
The Office of AIR provides a comprehensive spectrum of Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) services:
AIR is a multi-disciplinary team that values collaboration. The AIR team consists of medical providers, addiction specialists, clinical therapists, health promotions specialists, peer health educators, and graduate assistants. We have active and direct partnership with The Goldman Center for Student Accessibility, Housing and Residence Life, The Dean of Student's Office, and many other campus partners to best support the academic achievement and mental wellbeing of our students.
Embedded within AIR is the Tulane Recovery Community, which provides and encourages individualized recovery on campus by a peer support model –including recovery support meetings, social activities, and connections to resources in the community.
The Office of Assessment, Intervention and Recovery (AIR) now administrates the BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students) program.