At EIT Polytechnic College, we are dedicated to promoting a healthy and drug-free campus environment where students can thrive academically, socially, and personally. Our Anti-Drug Committee is committed to raising awareness about the dangers of substance abuse and providing support to students who may be struggling with drug-related issues.

About the Anti-Drug Committee:
The Anti-Drug Committee is a proactive initiative established to address the growing concerns of substance abuse among college students. Comprising faculty members, counselors, student representatives, and external experts, our committee works tirelessly to prevent drug abuse and support those affected by it within our campus community.

Our Commitment:
At EIT Polytechnic College, we prioritize the well-being and success of our students. We are committed to:

  • Educating students about the harmful effects of drug abuse and the importance of making healthy choices.
  • Providing confidential support and counseling services to students who are struggling with drug-related issues.
  • Organizing awareness campaigns, workshops, and seminars to foster a culture of drug prevention and intervention.
  • Collaborating with local authorities, healthcare professionals, and community organizations to implement effective anti-drug initiatives.
  • Offering rehabilitation and recovery resources for students in need of professional assistance.

Understanding Substance Abuse:
Substance abuse refers to the harmful or hazardous use of psychoactive substances, including illicit drugs, alcohol, and prescription medications. It can lead to physical, mental, and social consequences, affecting academic performance, personal relationships, and overall well-being.

Signs of Substance Abuse:

  • Changes in behavior, such as withdrawal from social activities or sudden mood swings.
  • Decline in academic performance or attendance.
  • Physical symptoms like bloodshot eyes, tremors, or unusual odors on breath or clothing.
  • Financial difficulties or unexplained loss of money.
  • Associating with new groups of friends who may be involved in drug-related activities.

Seeking Help:
If you or someone you know is struggling with drug abuse or addiction, please reach out to the Anti-Drug Committee for support and assistance. Our team is here to listen, provide guidance, and connect you with the resources you need to overcome these challenges.

We understand the sensitive nature of substance abuse issues and respect the privacy of individuals seeking help. All conversations and interactions with the Anti-Drug Committee are strictly confidential, and your information will be handled with the utmost discretion.

Contact Us:
For more information or to seek assistance, please contact the Anti-Drug Committee. Your well-being is important to us, and we are here to support you every step of the way.

Together, let us build a campus community where students can thrive in a safe, healthy, and drug-free environment.