Congratulations on taking the first steps to sobriety.
The Alcohol and Drug Education Center is a valuable resource to help you maintain your recovery while you are a student at La Salle, as you are not alone in your recovery journey. Please reach out to the staff at the AODEC to connect you with resources in the Philadelphia area.
- Students interested in seeking support for reducing their own alcohol and/or other drug use are encouraged to contact Kristen Shirley by email: email@example.com or phone: 215-951-1357. All names and queries will be kept confidential. Attendees will be asked to honor the confidentiality and anonymity of others.
- Students interested in seeking support for stress related to the substance abuse of a family member or friend are encouraged to contact Kate Ward-Gaus by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 215-951-1357. All names and queries will be kept confidential. Attendees will be asked to honor the confidentiality and anonymity of others.
Local Area Support:
St. Joes University:
Alcoholics Anonymous: The Foundation (C) every Friday at 8pm Campion; Sunroom 2
Narcotics Anonymous: NA (O) every Wednesday at 7:30pm Campion; Sunroom 2
NA 11th Step (O): every Thursday at 7:00pm Campion; Sunroom 2 (includes time for silent reflection and meditation)
University of Pennsylvania:
Alcoholics Anonymous: Every Monday at 6:30pm St. Mary’s Hamilton Village; 3916 Locust Walk
Every Wednesday at 8pm University Lutheran Church; 3637 Chestnut Street
The Haven– A community for students recovering from substance use issues
New Leaf Club– a community center dedicated to helping youth lead healthy lives
Transformation Yoga Project– serves people impacted by trauma, addiction and incarceration through trauma-sensitive, mindfulness-based yoga.