Alcohol and Drug Education
Being in college can be one of the most exciting times of your life. While you're learning about engineering, business, or graphic design, you are also learning a great deal about yourself. Most traditional college students are transitioning into adulthood, which includes making difficult choices about drinking alcohol and using drugs. Below are a few of the important resources we have to help you make smart decisions.
The Haven at Drexel
The Haven at Drexel is a residential community for Drexel students who are recovering from substance use disorder. The Haven also offers a 12-step program twice a week every week for the Drexel community.
View more in depth information along with more resources on the Health Services website.
Located on the University City and Center City Campuses, the Counseling Centers offer free confidential counseling from mental health professionals. This service is available to currently enrolled full-time undergraduate and graduate students in a welcoming and comfortable environment.
Peer Counseling Helpline
The Peer Counseling Helpline is a free, confidential, and anonymous helpline for openly discussing troublesome topics. It is staffed by student volunteers who provide support, referrals, and a listening ear to all Drexel undergraduate and graduate students. Note that this is not a hotline for crisis intervention.
Getting involved with Student Life activities, clubs, and events is essential in making your time at Drexel a valuable experience. We encourage you to participate in out-of-the-classroom activities to meet new people and stay active. The good times, friends, and support will create an exciting environment in which to live and learn.