Resources

Often times the decision to seek out help for your own recovery (or a loved ones) is a very challenging decision. The good news is that there is a wide array of resources available to assist in the entire continuum of care from intervention to recovery aftercare. Below, we have provided general resources and information lists that have been helpful to us and our families through our own recovery journeys. The information below should not replace professional or medical advice, and is not a substitute for that advice either. If you are having a medical emergency or crisis, please immediately call 9-1-1.

We have also provided Penn Campus Support services, including academic, professional, and behavioral health services. Penn also utilizes cultural centers, which specialize in services and programming for specific populations – we have listed those below as well.

If you are a current student and you can’t find what you are looking for, please contact us directly at recovery@pennrecovery.org

Campus (Penn) Cultural Centers

 Campus (Penn) Academic Support Services

Additional Campus (Penn) Support Services

General Substance/Mental Health Information Resources

Recovery Residences

Recovery Support Services

Advocacy Resources

Intervention Services

Treatment Services (Outpatient)

Treatment Services (Inpatient)

Treatment Services (Long-term)