Creating a Safer Campus

Help Others

Take advantage of these resources to learn how you can help yourself, your friends and your community stay safer.

Well-Being Peers

Well-Being Peers work to create a campus culture where you can achieve balanced well-being. They are trained to provide student-centered, inclusive outreach, education, and advocacy on a variety of topics including substance use, STI prevention and managing stress.

Ask Listen Refer

Students often report being concerned for a friend but not knowing how to help. This 20-minute online course will teach you to recognize when someone may be considering suicide, provide effective interventions, and make good referrals to campus resources.

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More than 1,000 members of our MU student community are living in recovery from a substance use disorder. They tell us it is hard to stay clean on campus. Learn how you can support friends who may be in recovery in this 15–20-minute online training.

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MoSafeRx Training

Thousands of people are affected each year by the misuse of prescription drugs. This training can help you to recognize the signs of prescription drug misuse and learn how to provide resources to someone who needs them.

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Party Safe

We all need to have fun and blow off steam from time to time. If you are hosting a gathering of friends check out this short online training to learn ways to keep your party as safe as possible, especially if you will be consuming alcohol or other drugs.

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See, Say, Do

See, Say, Do is designed to help you See the signs of mental and emotional distress. Say something compassionate and ask the kinds of questions to help you to better understand the individual’s distress. And finally, we’ll talk about what you can Do to take care of yourself and get the person connected to supportive resources that will help them in the long run.