Anyone can call the POWER Line, including women or men who are struggling with substance use and those concerned about a loved one.


Coping Concerns: examining your relationship with substances

Over 1 year into the pandemic, what got you through the early weeks may no longer be serving you. Join the Center for Women and POWER for a free online event on Friday, April 2 at noon to learn more about the signs that your relationship with substances may be putting you, your family, or your job at risk, and understand the next steps you can take to access support. Click here to register

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Today, we reach out to show support for another community suffering from their own unique trauma. The circumstances may be different, but they are symptoms of the same disease that is White Supremacy. And the need actively work to dismantle racism remains the same.

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Invitation to Participate in Research on COVID-19 Restrictions and Substance Use

The purpose of this study is to investigate if the lockdown is the cause for some individuals’ recurring use of alcohol or elevated drinking patterns due to stress. The duration of participation will take approximately 15 – 20 minutes to answer the questions in the survey. Your participation in this research is voluntary. Your decision whether or not to participate will not affect your current or future relations with Purdue University Global, LinkedIn, Facebook, New

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