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Lackawanna College provides access to information on the dangers and legal consequences of illicit drug and alcohol use. Lackawanna College is committed to the implementation of a program that is designed to prevent the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by its students and employees on its premises and as part of any of its activities.

In support of this commitment and in compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989 and the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, the information provided herein is designed to ensure that community members are aware of Lackawanna College’s drug and alcohol policies and applicable laws, the health risks associated with illicit drug and alcohol use, and the resources available to the college community.    Click here to view Lackawanna College's 2017-2018 AOD Prevention Program

Alcohol & Other Drugs Prevention Resources

Lackawanna College provides services and resources for students who are directly and indirectly affected by the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs. 

Students who experience drug and or alcohol-related problems, or who are concerned about another who may be having such difficulties are encouraged to seek assistance from any of the following on campus resources:

Student Wellness Program                   (570)955-1478 

Dean of Students                                  (570)504-1579

Scranton Primary Health Care Center  (570)344-9684 / (570)969-9662

Public Safety                                         (570)961-7899 / (570)241-2022


Local County Resources

Scranton Campus:              Lackawanna Susquehanna Office of Drug & Alcohol Programs

Environmental Center:        Lackawanna Susquehanna Office of Drug & Alcohol Programs

Hazleton Campus:              Luzerne County Drug & Alcohol Program

                                        Schuylkill County Drug & Alcohol Services 

                                        Columbia County Drug & Alcohol Services 

                                        Carbon Monroe Pike Drug and Alcohol Commission 

Lake Region Campus:         Carbon Monroe Pike Drug and Alcohol Commission

                                        Wayne County Drug & Alcohol Commission                         

New Milford Campus:          Susquehanna County Drug & Alcohol Services

Towanda Campus:              Bradford County Drug & Alcohol Services  



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2016-2017 Alcohol & Other Drug Prevention Program