Department of Recreation and Wellness
Alcohol Education Links
Alcohol Education - Self-Assessments
These self-assessments are a great way to get instant feedback about alcohol and/or marijuana use. Also, a Wellness Connection counselor provides alcohol and other drug counseling and evaluation services. Both calculate a number of variables and compares responses to national and local norms and then feedback is displayed in an easy-to-read format.
Individual counseling is available for support, education, prevention, and intervention. Confidential appointments may be made by calling (419) 372-WELL (9355).
The E-Chug Self-Assessment
The e-CHUG (electronic Check-Up to Go) is an interactive web survey that allows students to enter information about drinking patterns and receive feedback about alcohol use.
- Takes 6-7 minutes to complete
- Requires no face-to-face contact
e-CHUG asks for demographic information, information about drinking habits, family history, and the completion of the World Health Organization's AUDIT.