We value your health and safety, which is why we are proud to offer this course as part of our commitment to educating and encouraging you to make good decisions. Thousands of students across the country have taken advantage of this great learning opportunity. AlcoholEdu is an interactive, educational experience that will provide you with insight on issues you will be facing in college.
Ask Listen Refer will help you develop knowledge and skills to respond effectively when someone you care about is considering suicide. The course takes 15-20 minutes to complete and provides a certificate of completion. You will also gain access to resources and information once you complete the course.
eCheckup To Go Alcohol is a brief online questionnaire that provides personalized feedback regarding use patterns and frequency. The program also compares your alcohol use to that of other students and provides weekly, monthly and annual estimates spent on alcohol. The information is then presented in a way that encourages you to make choices that align with your personal aspirations and goals.
eCheckup To Go Cannabis is a brief online questionnaire similar to eCheckup to Go Alcohol in that it provides personalized feedback regarding use patterns and frequency. The program also compares your cannabis use to other students and provides weekly, monthly and annual estimates spent on cannabis. The information is then presented in a way that encourages your to make choices that align with your personal aspirations and goals.
MU recently partnered with Sanvello to provide all Mizzou students, faculty and staff with free access to an app that allows you to experience on-demand help for stress, anxiety, and depression.
An evidence based mobile care solution created by clinical experts, Sanvello uses clinically validated techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that are designed to work together to help you learn how to thrive. This mobile app provides simple, evidence-based strategies to support students in experiencing their best mental health.
Download the app from the app store, iTunes or Google Play, create an account using your university e-mail, and try out the simple, evidence-based strategies that support mental health.