Drug, Alcohol & Abuse
In compliance with the provisions of the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, Messenger College has adopted and implemented a program to prevent the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees.
Messenger College presents the following information for your knowledge and in promotion of healthy lifestyles:
• Student and Employee Policies and Codes of Conduct
• Health Risks Associated with Substance Abuse
• Legal Sanctions: Federal and State
• Drug/Alcohol Counseling and Treatment
• Institutional Disciplinary Sanctions
Student and Employee Policies and Conduct
It is the policy of Messenger College to promote a safe, healthy and productive environment for all students and employees.
Messenger College Community Resources
The Bedford Police Department is a state police agency responsible for law enforcement, security and emergency response for Messenger College and the local community. The Department works closely with Messenger College staff in providing a safe, drug and alcohol-free environment. The Bedford Police department provides alcohol and drug education programs for resident students. [Address: 2121 L Don Dodson Dr. #L, Bedford, TX (817) 952-2440]
The Euless Police Department is a state police agency responsible for law enforcement, security and emergency response for Messenger College and the local community. The Department works closely with Messenger College staff in providing a safe, drug and alcohol free environment. The Euless Police department provides alcohol and drug education programs for resident students. [1102 W. Euless Blvd, Euless, TX (817) 685-1555]
Compassion Family Counseling is a private practice in Arlington, Texas. They work with children, adolescents, families, individuals, and couples.
2214 Michigan Ave. Suite F. Arlington, TX 76013 Phone: (817) 723-1210
Help.org exists to empower people with all the resources and tools they need to start or continue on their journey of recovery. Addiction presents unique challenges for everyone, but with the help and support of other people, anyone can overcome.
To get started in recovery, the first step is to find a rehab facility that will be the right fit for your unique situation – including your level of addiction, your budget, and your availability.
2501 Parkview Dr. Fort Worth, TX 76102 Phone: (817) 571-4110
Metroplex Wellness and Counseling offers a holistic approach to mental health treatment in that we combine modalities that address the interconnected spheres of the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical needs of those we are privileged to serve.
Trinity Addiction Services
7501 Las Colinas Blvd. Suite 707 Irving, Texas 75063 Phone: (800) 484-0393
Trinity Addiction Services runs institutions across the country to provide faith-based treatment programs under the name Christian Recovery Center Program. The following services are offered:
In-Patient Rehab Programs for substance abuse and chemical dependency
Out-Patient Programs for substance abuse and chemical dependency
Therapy and Counseling Services
Volunteers of America (Substance Abuse Services)
300 East Midway Dr. Euless, TX 76039 Phone: (817) 529-7300
Our addiction treatment and recovery programs address not only the addiction itself, but also issues like poverty, homelessness and abuse that arise from chemical dependency. We are committed to helping clients gain sure footing in sobriety so that they can reclaim what was lost and become productive members of their families and society. Programs include:
Family-Focused Residential Treatment for Mothers with Children
Specialized treatment of opioid addiction
Programs for pregnant women and women with children
Job preparation and training programs
Financial support services
Treatment for domestic abuse/trauma