Loyola University Maryland

Student Health and Education Services

Support Groups

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All meetings are held in a private and confidential setting on campus. For more information call 410-617-5055.

Diabetes Support Group

Students interested in learning more about life with diabetes are encouraged to contact the Loyola University Health Center.

HIV Support Group

There is a support and discussion group offered through the Loyola University Health Center. This group is open to all members of the Loyola community who have been affected by HIV / AIDS in their lives. This group offers an excellent opportunity for discussion in a confidential, supportive setting and is facilitated by a team of trained and supervised individuals.

Lyme Disease Support Group

Promotes an understanding of the nature of the illness and strategies to deal with it including particular needs that would help students become successful in college.

The Office of Drug and Alcohol Education

The office of drug and alcohol education provides information about Alcoholics Anonymous, Adult Children of Alcoholics, and Narcotics Anonymous. To access updated phone numbers and meeting locations please see their Resource page.

The Loyola University Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides group therapy and support groups as well as individual counseling services. To learn more, visit the Counseling Center Web site.