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Alcohol and Drug Support (HawkLife)

As a college student, it can be difficult to find like-minded people who want to live a healthier, substance-free life. HawkLife is here to help. We are a supportive community of students with diverse backgrounds and goals. HawkLife is not a CAPS treatment group, but is instead is a voluntary student support community. HawkLife is made up of:

  • Students seeking to maintain complete abstinence from all drugs and alcohol - many of whom would identify as being “in recovery.”
  • Students looking to cut back or reduce their drug and alcohol use but not necessarily stop altogether. Many of these students have begun to experience some negative effects of drinking, smoking, or using or may just want something different, like a break from the party scene.
  • Students who are allies of recovery and substance-free living. Many of these students have experienced negative effects of drug/alcohol abuse first-hand, with family members or friends. 

HawkLife strives to create a confidential, safe, and respectful environment. We meet weekly as a group (refreshments served) and gather for fun, substance-free activities off campus like bowling, zip-lining, movies and more!

We meet every Tuesday, Hillyer room 134, 12:15 - 1:45pm

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Contact: Jeff Burda, or 860-768-4482 with any questions or for more information.