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Why We Do It

We believe that college students struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues should have access to on-campus and online treatment and support while they work through their challenges and revive their dreams and aspirations.

How We Do It

We partner closely with Universities in a customized way. We provide excellent evidence-based clinical care specifically geared toward students. We integrate “peer to peer” sharing of “lived experience” into all Haven programs---an inclusive community of connection and care.

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Posted October 15, 2019

10 Tips for College Freshmen

Life changes pretty fast when you’re in college. If you’re heading to college and you’re looking for tips for freshmen, consider the following before you go. These will help ensure you’re prepared for what’s to come this year. In this article, we’re taking a closer look at several tips for college freshmen. 10 Tips for […]

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How to Stay Stober from Alcohol in College

Posted October 12, 2019

How to Stay Sober from Alcohol in College

Alcohol has the potential to take over your life during college and negatively impact your grades. In addition, the more you drink the more dependent you become, which eventually evolves into addiction. Once you’re addicted, it’s extremely difficult to get your life back. In this article, we’re taking a closer look at addiction, alcohol, and […]

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How Long Does it Take to Get Addicted to Alcohol

Posted October 10, 2019

How Long Does it Take to Get Addicted to Alcohol

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism reports over 15 million adults, and over 620,000 youth between the ages of 12 and 17, in the United States suffer from an alcohol abuse disorder. 12.5% of these substance abusers are college students. Alcohol abuse disorder is a combination of alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence, or […]

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