Resources and Education

Students and employees can seek help or find education on alcohol and drug use through any of the following offices or resources:

Drake Resources

Drake Student Counseling Center

Drake Student Health Center

Drake Student Affairs - students can contact offices or staff within the Division of Student Affairs for assistance or support.

Drake Human Resources - current employees can contact Human Resources for assistance.

Drake Spiritual Counselor - confidential Drake employee available to speak with individuals of any religious affiliation.

Employee and Family Resources - Drake's employee assistance program.

Ethicspoint - anonymous reporting to Drake Univeristy of problems or concerns relating to acohol and other drug use or abuse.

Community Resources

Local Alcoholics Anonymous groups

Iowa Region of Narcotics Anonymous

Local Al-Anon/Alateen

Local religious organization or group

Broadlawns Medical Center

Iowa Lutheran Hospital

Iowa Methodist Medical Center

Mercy Medical Center

National Resources

National Institute of Health on Drug Abuse 

The BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA - national student leaderhsip program supporting peer education on health and safety issues including alcohol use, housed in NASPA, the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.

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