Substance Use Assessments/Counseling
Wellness Education (WE) provides alcohol/drug educational assessments and substance abuse counseling to both voluntary students and those referred through the campus judicial system.
WE (and the S.E.A.L.S.) facilitate a number of educational outreach events tailored to residence halls, campus organizations, and the entire FSU community.
National Awareness and Educational Events
Some National and Educational Awareness Events in the past that have been coordinated through WE have included Alcohol Awareness Week, The Great American Smokeout, World AIDS Day, Impaired Driving Awareness, and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
As a service to the FSU community, WE is available to assist students individually or in small groups with academic research related to wellness education topics.
Presentations to Academic Classrooms
WE is available to speak on a variety of wellness education topics in a classroom setting, including Foundation classes.
Referrals to On-Campus Offices/Organizations and Community Agencies
The WE staff is available to answer your questions and provide you with a broad range of referrals both on-campus and in the community. For example, we have information about local AA meetings, a domestic violence/sexual assault support network, or where to go for HIV testing.
Workshops and Staff Training
WE provides staff training on any of our specialty areas.
Please visit our resource room (Wellness Annex - contact Judy or Pam, 508-626-4693 for access) for information on any wellness topics or resources. Don't see what you're looking for? Our staff is happy to assist you.
The AlcoholEdu assessment tool provides personal feedback for each individual regarding his or her alcohol use. Feedback includes peer comparison data, blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level data, risk factors, and information about how to help a friend that may be having difficulties with alcohol. Contact Judy Grob-Whiting (508-626-4693) if you want to access the link.
The e-TOKE assessment tool provides personal feedback on how smoking marijuana may be getting in the way of achieving your goals.
Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) cards
BAC cards help students calculate their BAC based on their gender, weight, number of drinks, and time interval of consumption. These wallet-sized cards are individually tailored to an individual’s weight and gender.
Fatal Vision Goggles
These goggles simulate some of the physical effects that alcohol has on your body, including blurred vision and impaired balance.
Educational Web Modules
Our office offers a series of online educational modules on subjects including healthy relationships, anger management, marijuana, and dating violence.
If you want help with smoking cessation, sexual health, stress reduction or improving your sleep, contact Pam at 508-626-4693.