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In Case of Emergency

  • Medical Emergency: call 911
  • National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: call/text 988 or chat at
  • Oklahoma’s One-Stop for Treatment, Prevention, Education, and Support Click Here


Our campus Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act documents may be found by clicking here.

Being An Ally & Safety First Open Close

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Safely secure and dispose of medications to prevent injury or illness with the following means:

  • Medication Lockbox: To help reduce risks of accidental overdose or misuse of medication, lockboxes are issued to the prescription holder to help keep them secure.
  • Locking Prescription Vials: These devices are pill bottles with a four-digit code to gain access to medication.  Perfect for travel, or for individuals who only have one prescription to secure without the space for a lockbox.
  •  Drug Deactivation Disposal Pouches: Used to prevent drug abuse, by neutralizing the chemical makeup of medications it also provides disposal safe for the environment.
  • Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs Control Rx Take Back Program: The program  began at the state level in 2011, and the SE Durant campus has been a drop off location for several year in our campus police department at the corner of 3rd and University.  A unit was also recently install in the police office at the McCurtain County campus in Dunlap Bldg, room 201B.  These units should not be used for needles, syringes, or inhalers.  For more information on how to safely dispose of these items and more outreach and drop locations click here.
Prevention Open Close

In late fall 2022, SE partnered with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services to administer a federal grant on our campus to improve prevention effort within the university community.  As a result of this, a coalition has been formed to strategically address how we support our faculty, staff and students in maintaining a prevention lifestyle.  If you wish to be directly involved in our efforts, please reach out at, come by the office on the Durant campus in Student Union 229, or call 580-745-2988.  We would love to have you!

Multiple programming opportunities throughout the semester have been created to support healthy coping and medication safety.  Check out the calendar below!

Programming Open Close

August 23- Come create your vision for the future to help keep things rolling on track!  We will be in the Student Union Atrium from 12 pm- 2 pm

September 8- Lunch and Learn: Purpose Workshop at noon in Student Union Room 213.  Come create this first draft of your life’s purpose statement and next steps to guide a purpose driven life that will add 7 years of health and happiness to your life.

September 11- Talk Away the Dark event: Join us at 8 pm in Student Union Room 213 for a viewing of “It’s Real: College Students and Mental Health”, featuring real stories and experiences with depression and other mental health conditions, encouraging self-care and early help-seeking behaviors.  We will also have some trivia for fun and prizes!

September 25- Soothing September 988 tabling activity.  Details TBD

October 6- Talk Saves Lives @ 2pm

October 11- National Depression Screening Day Classroom and Workplace Assessment Event

October 6-12- Mental Illness Awareness Week social media challenge @se_sws

November 3- International Stress Awareness Day tabling event.  Glen D. Johnson Student Union Atrium 11 a.m.-2 p.m.


Recovery Open Close

Yoga every Tuesday and Thursday through December at noon in the Student Union Wellness Center, and on Wednesdays from 5 pm- 6pm.

Next Step: Weekly Recovery Processing Group- Come and work through recognizing your patterns, healing from your past, and create yourself for the future.  Beginning Tuesdays, starting August 29, from 3pm-4:30pm in Student Union Suite 229.  Schedule to be a part of this open group by calling 580.745.2988.

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