Online Solutions for College-Aged Students Struggling with Depression, Anxiety, and Substance Use Disorders


Summer & Fall Programs are Filling Up Fast!



All college students and college-aged young adults can now receive The Haven’s same specialized programs and evidence-based care for treating substance use and mental health issues (such as depression & anxiety) – all from the safety of their homes. Our student-friendly programs deliver confidential services via a mobile device or laptop, and all young people are eligible to apply, regardless of their academic status or type of health insurance.

Call us to learn how we can help you! 888.224.2836


Clinical Continuum of Care for Substance Use Disorder    Source: Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, 2016

Haven Mentoring & Monitoring

Haven Mentoring and Monitoring is an innovative, step-up and step-down program to help students take an informed look at substance use patterns. Our early-stage program emphasizes prevention and harm reduction, while our step-down program focuses on recovery management. Abstinence IS NOT required. On-campus services are covered by most insurance plans.

  • Peer Mentoring & 1-on-1 Peer Support
  • Student-led Group Support
  • Weekly 1-on-1 Counseling with a Licensed Addiction Clinician
  • Random Drug Testing
  • Family Counseling & Communication

Online Outpatient Services

Connect online to our national Haven community. We provide a variety of online treatment programs to accommodate the diverse clinical needs of young adult / college-aged students who are dealing with mental health (such as depression & anxiety) and substance use issues. Our online outpatient services are covered by most insurance plans.

  • Be Social Despite the Distance
  • Peer Mentoring with College Students
  • Individual & Group Support
  • Life, Social & Time Management Skills
  • We also Provide FREE Support Meetings every day

The Haven Recovery Residences

The Haven Recovery Residences are peer-led, drug and alcohol-free residential communities for college students in recovery from substance use disorder. At the Haven, students share their stories, identify with mutual challenges and help each other navigate early recovery while thriving in college.

  • 24/7 Live-in Recovery Supervision & Peer Support
  • Group Accountability
  • Academic Counseling & Effective Studying Strategies
  • Random Drug Testing
  • Family Communication



* Campus includes both a Recovery Residence and an Outpatient Treatment Center

The Haven at College and all of its locations are independently owned and operated.

You Don’t Have To Be Enrolled at these Colleges To Attend The Haven

The Haven welcomes all college-bound young adults dealing with mental health and substance use issues. If you’re a visiting student, transfer student, or just thinking about college—either start of semester or mid-term—The Haven welcomes your application. Enrolled at a nearby community college or studying online? Call us! We’ll work with you to find the best fit in the fastest time. From the Recovery Residences to the Outpatient Centers to our Peer Mentoring and Monitoring Programs, The Haven at College helps struggling students get the help and support they need to thrive in their college experience.

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