The following resources are available for all Mizzou students should they have questions or concerns regarding health and wellness related to alcohol or a controlled substance use.

  • Year One College Behavior Profile (Y1CBP) – A quick and confidential way to get personalized feedback about alcohol and marijuana/cannabis.
  • College Behavior Profile – Online survey providing feedback about substance use behaviors.
  • MACRO Recovery Ally Training – Online course designed to help create a campus that supports and celebrates students living in recovery from substance use disorders
  • Student Health & Well-Being Canvas course – Offers research based factual information about alcohol, cannabis and nicotine to help students think critically about substance use
  • Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) – Schedule a meeting to explore how alcohol or cannabis use facilitates or limits well-being.
  • Nicotine cessation services – Students who wish to reduce or quit use of nicotine products are invited to schedule an appointment by calling 573-882-4634.
  • Ask. Listen. Refer. – Learn to recognize when someone is at risk for suicide and offer effective support and referral to mental health professionals
  • TAO – Online mental health resources, available 24/7, designed to provide a toolkit of effective evidence-based resources customized and individualized for specific needs.
  • Counseling Center – Confidential mental health resource offering a wide range of services at no additional charge. Crisis consultation available at 573-882-6601 24 hours per day.
  • Student Health Center – Primary Care and psychiatry services including medication to support nicotine cessation.
  • Care Team – Supports the immediate needs of students by connecting them with resources, support and solution-focused problem solving
  • Dean of Students’ Office – Maintains and fosters a secure living-learning environment
  • Title IX resources – Sex/gender discrimination, harassment, violence, stalking, etc.

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