Programs & Services
The Counseling and Health Center provides a range of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Abuse programs and services. The Center maintains staff that specializes in screening and assessing individuals with problems with alcohol, nicotine and other substances. Services are available free of charge to currently enrolled UW-Green Bay students. Staff is located in the Counseling and Health Center, SS 1400.
- Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Consultations
- Alcohol and other Drug Assessments
- Individual Counseling
- Referral Services
The Counseling and Health Center provides several alcohol education programs for students including:
Insight is a six-hour, research-based, individualized alcohol education program utilizing the “PRIME FOR LIFE” curriculum. This curriculum utilizes a harm reduction model that teaches participants how to estimate their biological, social and psychological risks for alcohol and/or drug abuse. The fee is $100.00. Contact: the Dean of Students Office at 920-465-2152.
AlcoholEdu is a three-hour web based alcohol education program utilizing an interactive, multimedia format designed to help students learn practical information they can use to make well-informed decisions about alcohol as well as cope with the drinking behaviors of peers and friends. The fee is $100.00. Contact the Dean of Students Office at 920-465-2152.
THC (Marijuana Class)
THC is a 90 minute discussion group incorporating research based and individualized information utilizing small group discussion and activities. The objective of the course is to provide an opportunity for participants to self evaluate their personal use of cannabis, determine their personal risk factors and identify how their choice(s) may impact their personal or academic goals and health. Cost is $100.
The Counseling and Health Center provides alcohol, tobacco and other substance use prevention programming throughout the academic year. Our staff is available to assist with class projects, outreach presentations and as a resource for alcohol, tobacco and other drug-related topics. Many programs are co-sponsored with other campus and/or community groups.