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We have researched many of the free, sliding scale, discounted, low cost, Medicaid sponsored local treatment centers. Many are non profit drug and alcohol treatment facilities such as faith based organizations.

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Purdue Employee Assistance Program

501 Hayes Street
West Lafayette, IN - 47906
(765) 494-7707

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The program's objective is to provide assistance to Purdue employees and their families in dealing with personal or family problems (including substance abuse and mental health concerns). Services include short-term counseling for personal, family and workplace problems; assessment and referral; and advocacy. Some financial assistance with the cost of counseling is available through the EAP Fund f

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Drug Tip Line - Purdue University Police Department

205 South Intramural Drive/TERY
West Lafayette, IN - 47907
(765) 494-8221

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This is NOT an immediate response or emergency line. An anonymous tip line designed to provide police with information about drug use and dealing on the campus. Callers should give information as specific and detailed as possible. The information will be used as a basis to start an investigation. It will not be used to make an arrest.

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Health and Wellness Education - Purdue Univ. Student Wellness

601 Stadium Mall Drive
West Lafayette, IN - 47907
(765) 494-9355

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Provides health and wellness educational programming for Purdue University students. Programs are tailored to specific audience and needs or requests. Information available on the Web Site/Home Page. Topics include, but are not limited to:-- Alcohol, tobacco and other drugs-- Sexual health - sexually transmitted infections (STIs), contraceptive information, sexual assault/rape risk reduction-- Nut

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