Drugs & Alcohol

The use of alcohol and other drugs (AOD) can have negative consequences. Far too often, high-risk drinking and other drug use can have tragic results. When this happens, students not only put themselves at risk, there is potential to harm their loved ones, friends, and others in the University community. Being informed about the prevention efforts available on Southeastern’s campus, students can make better informed decisions and increase the likelihood of avoiding risks associated with alcohol and other drug use.

 

 

Campus Resources

 

LION UP Recovery

Collegiate Recovery Program

Student Union Annex Room 2409

recovery@southeastern.edu

 

University Police Department

985-549-2222

police@southeastern.edu

Anonymous Reporting Form

 

University Counseling Center

985-549-3894

slucc@southeastern.edu


Office of Student Advocacy and Accountability

985-549-2213

Incident Reporting Form


Dean of Students

985-549-3792

deanofstudents@southeastern.edu


University Health Center

985-549-2242

health@southeastern.edu

 

Sober Living

Homes for individuals who are trying to live a sober lifestyle, usually for individuals already in recovery.

Oxford House Tangi

126 Florence Dr., Hammond, La.
Gender: M
504-430-8554

Oxford House Little Italy

17034 E Little Italy Rd., Hammond, La.
Gender: F
985-956-7198

 

AA/NA Resources

Northshore Area NA Hotline: 985-867-1587
Baton Rouge Area AA Hotline: 225-930-0027

 

AA/NA Meetings near Southeastern

 

Lunch Bunch

700 Martin Luther King Avenue, Hammond

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday @ 12:15

 

Monday Night Live

Well Christian Church

21400 South 1-12 Service Road

Ponchatoula, La. 

Monday at 7pm

 

New Beginnings (Women's Meeting)

First Christian Church

305 East Charles Street

Hammond, La. 

Monday at 7pm 

 

Tangipahoa Parish Group

Log Cabin / Kiwanis Park, Ponchatoula, La. 

Wednesday at 7pm

 

Man2Man (Mens Meeting)

825 East Pine Street (Building Next to Church)

Ponchatoula

Thursdays at 8pm 

 

Oasis Speaker Meeting 

First United Methodist Church

32166 Walnut Street

Springfield

Fridays at 7pm 

  

Celebrate Recovery at The Mission Church

41347 W. I-55 Service Road Hammond, LA 70403
Thursdays at 7PM

 

Treatment Centers

Hammond Addictive Disorders Clinic, 835 Pride Dr, Suite B

Outpatient, IOP, and referrals to residential programs
Phone: 985-543-4730  Fax: 985-543-4817
All insurances accepted including Medicaid and Medicare

 

(Baton Rouge) St. Christopher’s Addiction Wellness Center, 150 Cora Dr.

Age: 17 and up
Detox, Residential, and IOP
Phone: 225-387-1611 Fax: 225-343-5300

 

(Covington) Townsend Recovery, 19411 Helenberg Rd. #101

Ages: 18 and up
Services: mental health, IOP
Phone: 985-276-9999  Fax: 615-523-1164
Insurances: Most insurances but no Medicare and Medicaid

 

(Denham Springs) The Journey Home, 10875 Fontenot Rd.

Female only residential, 18+
Phone: 225-667-3933 Fax: 225-667-9667
Gilsbar, BCBS, and Verity

 

(Mandeville) Northlake Addictive Disorders Clinic, 900 Wilkinson St.

Age: 7 and up
Services: mental health and substance abuse outpatient
Phone: 985-624-4450 Fax: 985-624-4461

 

(Metairie) ACER, 2321 N. Hullen

Age 20+
IOP, OP, Medication Assisted Treatment
Phone: 504-941-7580 Fax: 504-941-7585
Medicaid and private insurances accepted

 

(New Orleans) MHSD-Chartres-Pontchartrain Behavioral Health Center, 719 Elysian Fields Ave.

Ages 13-21
Outpatient services
Phone: 504-568-3130
Accept uninsured or Medicaid eligible

 

National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence (NCADD)

  • https://www.ncadd.org/
  • Learn about addiction
  • Facts and resources for recovery

 

Helpful Links

Southeastern Drug and Alcohol Policy

National Institute for Health

College Drinking Fact Sheet

Parents- Talk with Your HS Grads about Celebrating Safety

Discuss the Risks

NIAAA

NIAAA Alcohol Treatment Navigator