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COVID-19 Attention Message.
Although our physical doors at AACC are closed in response to COVID-19, the Substance Abuse Education Office and Collegiate Recovery Center nurses are working remotely, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, to offer you:
  • Information, referrals and resources
  • Substance abuse and recovery support
Contact us by email, or phone, 410-777-2480.
If you would like to speak with a nurse, call 410-777-2480 and leave a voicemail with your name, AACC ID number and a phone number for us to call you back (be sure your voicemail is set up). If you call during our normal business hours, we will respond within one hour.
Call 911 for medical emergencies or Mobile Crisis at 410-768-5522 for any mental health or substance use crisis.

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Substance abuse has become a serious issue for our community and nation. If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, we offer services and support that can help.

The Substance Abuse Education Office provides free and confidential individual information sessions, assessments, referrals and support as well as campuswide educational programming, sponsored events and classroom guest lecturing. These services are augmented by partnerships with community prevention and treatment experts. Through these services, our office prepares the campus community with knowledge, skills and tools necessary for making educated choices regarding substance use.

Collegiate Recovery Center

In addition, we recognize the special needs of students in recovery and have established a Collegiate Recovery Center (CRC). This is a safe space of fellowship and support for those in or seeking recovery as well as friends and family affected by substance use of loved ones. This center is located in Student Union Room 217. Call the Substance Abuse Education Office (SAEO) at 410-777-2527 for information.


If you’re looking for like-minded friends who are making a real impact, PEERS (Prevention Education Engagement and Recovery Support) is an official Student Government Association club. This diverse group of students uses their collective experiences and evidence-based information to develop prevention programming.

Prevent Opioid Overdoses

We provide you with information on how to give intranasal Narcan to reverse an opioid overdose. There's also Fentanyl test strips and home medication disposal bags available for pick up in our office.

More Resources

Learn more about AACC’s drug and alcohol policies, tobacco policy and helpful resources in this booklet.


We’re here to help.

Loretta L. Lawson-Munsey, RN, C.C.M., C.P.P.


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PEERS (Prevention Education Engagement and Recovery Support)
Student Union Room 120 

Collegiate Recovery Center (CRC)
Student Union Room 217