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- Campus Safety (610) 896-1111
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Women Against Rape (610) 566-4342
Health Services aims to provide a variety of services for our students.
We also work in tandem with other offices on campus to expand the range of resources available for students' health and well-being.
For emergency care, call Campus Safety at (610) 896-1111. They will call an ambulance for transport to a local emergency room.
Please contact your health insurance provider to verify in-network pharmacy coverage.
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Alcohol is the most widely misused drug among college students. Many students feel that drinking alcohol is part of the college experience and that they will miss out on social aspects of college if they do not drink. The misuse of alcohol can be devastating. It is important for people to understand that alcohol abuse impairs their judgment and their peripheral and central nervous system.
Alcohol should be used responsibly and cautiously. Alcohol also affects different people in different ways. Some of the characteristics that determine the way alcohol affects you include:
For most people, the effects of alcohol are determined by simple volume.
Preventing alcohol poisoning has to start with understanding how alcohol affects the body. There comes a point, called the point of diminishing returns, when the “buzz” will not increase with more alcohol. In fact, at this point (typically around a BAC of .06), drinking more alcohol is almost guaranteed to lead to a series of negative effects.
Below is a list of ways to help prevent alcohol poisoning:
For questions or concerns about your own use of alcohol or other substances, concerns about others around you, or if you just want to discuss strategies for using responsibly please contact Joye Shrager, Substance Abuse Educator at jshrager [at] haverford.edu.
Any student wishing to report sexual misconduct should contact any member of "The Circle," administrators who are trained to assist and provide support for those who may have experienced sexual misconduct.
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