A variety of resources exist for alcohol and other drug prevention education, counseling and referral.
Wellness Resource Center
The Wellness Resource Center provides on going programs and services that address alcohol and drug abuse issues and other aspects of wellness. The WRC houses a wellness resource library and an extensive peer education program. The WRC plans proactive outreach programs and services throughout the year including Alcohol Responsibility Month, Safe Spring Break, and Wellness Month. The Wellness Resource Center is home to the MUmythbusters and Most of Us Make Healthy, Safe and Smart Choices campaigns.
BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening Intervention for College Students) is an educational intervention that gives students a chance to evaluate their drinking patterns in a confidential and non-judgmental environment. BASICS is designed to provide students with information about ways to reduce the likelihood of experiencing negative consequences from alcohol and to encourage students to moderate their alcohol use.
Individual counseling, group counseling and alcohol or drug evaluations.
Student Health Center Behavioral Health Services
The Student Health Center offers services to help students assess their substance use, reduce their risk from alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs, as well as moderate or stop using substances. Services emphasize student choices and personal responsibility for change while offering non-judgmental support and suggestions. Comprehensive tobacco cessation services are available. In addition, the Student Health Center provides general psychological services and psychiatry.
University Police/Crime Prevention
Provides presentations on legal issues related to alcohol and other related issues. 901 Virginia Avenue, 573-882-7201.
Athletics Total Person Program
Services for intercollegiate athletes include counseling, drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs, printed materials and wellness programming.
Employee Assistance Program
Screening and referral services for University employees and their families, consultations for individuals concerned about substance use by self or others, and printed alcohol awareness materials. , or call 573-882-6701.