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Ask. Listen. Refer.
Ask. Listen. Refer. is an online suicide prevention training tool that takes about 20 minutes to complete. The program addresses the need to educate students, faculty, staff, and parents about suicide prevention.
Lubricant, condoms, and info around campus. Locations vary and are updated here.
Body U is an interactive program supported by a coach and tailored to YOUR specific needs and challenges. Body U will teach you anxiety and stress management skills, healthier body and eating habits, and improve your self-image.
Partners in Prevention is pleased to provide all colleges and universities in Missouri with free educational materials to use with students, parents, faculty, and staff.
The goal of CASICS at Missouri S&T is to motivate students to reduce risky behaviors associated with marijuana use.
Check-Up From the Neck Up
Brief mental health screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional. This program is completely anonymous and confidential.
FREE non-alcoholic beverages to the acknowledged designated driver in a group of two or more!
Deterra Bags are a drug deactivation system. Available FREE through Miner Wellness.
Electronic Check-Up to Go (e-CHUG) is a brief self-assessment that will provide accurate and detailed information about personal risk patterns, individual levels of alcohol tolerance, and harm reduction strategies.
Partners in Prevention is Missouri's higher education substance misuse consortium dedicated to creating healthy and safe college campuses. Inside you can view the most recent research publications.
Party Safe will increase your skills and knowledge in planning and hosting a successful, fun, and safe event of any kind. It will help you avoid problems and know how to deal with them if they arise.
This app is designed to help users manage stress, anxiety, depression, and to build resiliency. To access the full version of the app at no cost, you must create an account using your Missouri S&T email address (mst.edu).
ScreenU is designed to give you anonymous, non-judgemental feedback encouraging you to think about your choices that may be putting you at risk for harmful consequences. It has assessments for alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drug use.
The State of Missouri Alcohol Responsibility Training (SMART) program is an interactive, web-based course available free of charge to those who own or work for any Missouri establishment licensed to sell alcohol.