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National Alcohol Screening Day 2022
THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2021
Is alcohol causing some bumps in the road for you or someone you care about?
The goal of National Alcohol Screening Day is to shine the spotlight on substance disorders by educating our campus, spreading a message of hope, and putting lifesaving resources into the hands of those in need.
The University Counseling Center is offering free and completely confidential alcohol use screenings to all GVSU students, faculty, & staff. This is an opportunity to have a brief private check-in on your relationship with alcohol. Whether you choose to drink or not, you can still participate and learn something new about how you or your friends can be safer with alcohol. It only takes ten minutes to complete a screening and find out your results.
Let's build a movement to raise awareness and support those affected by substance use!
Want to examine your use further?
GVSU's AOD Services offers Alcohol eCheckup. The eCheckup To Go is an online assessment that will ask you several questions about your relationship with alcohol and nicotine.
The purpose of this assessment is to give you information to help you live the healthiest life you can. If you have questions about why a specific question is being asked, you will have the option to click a link and learn more about why this question is being asked of you.