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Drug and Alcohol Resources
Signs of Drug and Alcohol Abuse
- Neglecting responsibilities, such as missing classes or work
- A change in appetite or sleeping patterns
- Putting themselves or others in danger, such as driving under the influence or using dirty needles
- Legal troubles due to substances
- Fighting with friends and family or losing some of their friends
- Unexplained need for money and may borrow or steal to obtain it
- Change in personality or attitude
The RMU Counseling Center is available to meet with students who are concerned about themselves or a friend's alcohol or drug abuse. Counselors can provide referrals and support to students who are struggling with their drug or alcohol use and will help the student connect with local agencies to find the needed resources.
Local Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers
Greenbriar Treatment Center
"Greenbriar provides comprehensive, innovative and compassionate residential programs for individuals suffering with addiction. Our unique drug and alcohol rehabilitation program uses a multi-disciplinary approach to drug and alcohol rehabilitation, with a team of addiction professionals including licensed and certified counselors, board certified psychiatrists, licensed psychologists, medical doctors and a broad range of nurses, nursing assistants, and psychiatric nurses who specialize in addiction, alcoholism and dual diagnosis, and other highly trained and credentialed professionals who collaborate to guide each resident through a thorough diagnosis, individualized addiction treatment and aftercare."
Gateway Rehabilitation Center
"Addiction is a chronic disease, not a lack of self-control. If you are abusing alcohol or other drugs, Gateway Rehab's personalized treatment plans can help. Our highly trained experts will give you the tools you need to reclaim your health - and rediscover a life worth living...Gateway Rehabilitation Center offers wide-ranging care in alcohol and/or other drug treatments that have been successfully proven over the past 40 years."