Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (ADAP)

ADAP Services Available During COVID-19 Pandemic

The Alcohol & Drug Awareness Program (ADAP) wants you to know that you matter. Thus, ADAP is continuing to support MHC students on campus during these difficult times. Should you be worried about your own use of substances, need support to help maintain your recovery and/or if you are worried about someone else’s use of substances please contact ADAP. Counseling remains available for those who are staying on campus. For those who have returned home, assistance is available to help connect you to supports that are near you.

All ADAP counseling support will be provided remotely via telephone. You can contact ADAP by:

Should you need immediate assistance due to an alcohol or drug related emergency, please refer to the contacts below:

For students living on campus:

  • Call Campus Police at 413-538-2304
  • Call 911
  • Call Behavioral Health Network Crisis Line at 413-733-6661

For students off campus:

  • Call 911
  • Call your local crisis support team

For after hours counseling support, call 413-538-2037.

Additional sources of support (i.e., helplines, online support groups and recovery meetings, recovery centers, behavioral health supports and supports for ongoing self care) are available to all students in this Google doc.

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.

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