Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Abuse Prevention Center
Want feedback on your use of ALCOHOL? Want feedback on your use of MARIJUANA?
Have you wondered about your use of alcohol and/or marijuana? Do you have some persistent questions about your use but not sure you need to consult with a counseling professional? Or are you just curious?
Consider completing either or both of the following programs:
Alcohol e-CheckUpToGo (a link to this program will be inserted by San Diego State University)
Marijuana e-CheckUpToGo (a link to this program will be inserted by San Diego State University)
What are these programs?
“Alcohol e-CheckUpToGo” and “Marijuana e-CheckUpToGo” are interactive web surveys that allow Towson students to enter information related to their use of these drugs so they can receive feedback to help identify if reducing use should be a goal. Each assessment takes about 6-7 minutes to complete. They are self-guided and require no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator.
What can you expect?
When you access these programs, you are prompted to enter information about yourself. In addition to some basic demographic information, the programs will ask you to enter information about your alcohol/marijuana use (e.g., frequency, spending patterns, etc). After the information has been entered, you will submit the form. The information is then processed. The “e-CheckUp To Go” programs will calculate a number of factors and compare your responses to national and Towson University norms. You will then receive a personalized feedback report, displayed in an easy-to-read format, giving you information about risk factors that could influence your health and academic goals
. What do you need to be able to use the Alcohol/Marijuana e-CheckUp To Go programs?
A computer with internet access
About 6-7 minutes of your time
A printer to print the feedback report.
There are many SERVICES and resources (available via links on this page), both on and off campus, aimed at educating and providing student assistance with respect to alcohol and other drug issues, physical health and mental wellness. If you would like to learn more or have some questions about your own use, contact us (email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit the Counseling Center on campus.
In addition, there are a number of University policies and procedures related to alcohol and drug use about which students should be knowledgeable. Refer to the list of policies available via this link Policies Affecting Students for more information.
Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention Center
Linthicum Hall, Room 215
Donna M. Cox, Ph.D., Director