Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (ADAP)

Alcohol and Drug Awareness (ADAP) is a counseling and information program for students who are concerned about their drinking or use of other drugs, a friend's use/abuse, or about drug or alcohol use in their family. All services are confidential, free and available to all Mount Holyoke students.

Appointments can be made by calling 413-538-2616 or online. Appointments are scheduled Monday-Friday between 9 am-5 pm with some evening availability. Contact information taken when you call for an appointment will only be used to call to confirm and appointment, or to change it if necessary. You can read more about our confidentiality policy. ADAP services are accessed through our office located in The Pattie Groves Health Center.

The Art of Recovery

In honor of the 30th Anniversary of National Recovery Month, the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (ADAP) and Counseling Services are partnering to raise awareness during the month of September to educate the campus community that individuals with substance use and mental health disorders can live a healthy and rewarding life. Therefore we are celebrating the gains made by those in recovery, inviting them to share their success stories with friends, colleagues and neighbors. In doing so, everyone helps to increase awareness which furthers a greater understanding about the diseases of mental and substance use disorders. Together we can share resources and build a network across the campus and beyond that supports recovery in all its forms. Together we are stronger.

In celebration, we are sponsoring an exhibit titled “The Art of Recovery” in September 2019. This exhibit will be part of a series of events hosted by the college designed to bring awareness to the struggles of mental illness and addiction with emphasis that recovery is possible, inspires dialogue that builds support, and empowers our communities to eliminate the stigma that surrounds these diseases.

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The Art of Recovery: Together we are stronger