Counseling and Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Problems

Drugs and alcohol are dangerous substances that can lead to serious physical problems with all major organs. Even a single abuse of these substances can endanger lives and cause irreparable harm to self and others.

Students who may have been, or are, using drugs and desire counseling may request counseling on campus or a referral to outside agencies. If a student enters into a counseling relationship, it will be regarded as privileged information and be treated in a confidential manner.

A list of drug and alcohol counseling treatment options is available to students through the SXU Counseling Center, or by calling the Illinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse at 312-917-3840.

The above information is provided in cooperation with the United States Government’s Drug Free Schools and Workplace Act (1989).

Members of the Saint Xavier University community are strongly encouraged to report all suspected illegal drug activity on or around the University’s property to the Campus Police or the Chicago Police Department immediately. Suspected drug activity can also be reported anonymously to the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Narcotics Nuisance Abatement Hotline at 773-869-DOPE.

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