e-CHUG:This anonymous online alcohol assessment provides users with personalized feedback regarding their individual drinking patterns, experiences, and risk factors.
Alcohol and your College Experience (ACE)Specifically designed for UWM students, the ACE Program offers education and strategies for individuals who are at-risk for experiencing or causing issues related to their personal alcohol use. The program includes a group alcohol skills class, brief screening, and individual feedback session.
Visit www4.uwm.edu/ace to register
Evaluation and Treatment ServicesThe Counseling and Consultation Services Unit of Norris Health Center offers voluntary, short-term Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) evaluation and treatment services. These services include AODA assessments for students who have questions or concerns regarding their use of alcohol or other substances. For those students desiring treatment of an identified substance use problem, short-term weekly counseling sessions are also offered. For students whose substance abuse problems require intensive AODA services, referrals to community resources are provided. The Counseling Unit also offers an open-ended weekly AODA group for individuals desiring a group experience as a part of their recovery process. Norris does not offer medications designed specifically for drug detoxification or maintenance.
Call Norris Health Center at 414-229-4716 to schedule an appointment
Be On the Safe Side (BOSS)Free escort and van service that operates in the neighborhoods around campus.
A Word on Campus Policy...
It is of the utmost importance to save individuals from a serious injury or death, and we expect students to seek help when a fellow student may be in serious and immediate medical distress. UWM commits to not disciplining any student who reports an emergency involving another student or companion - or reports an emergency that he or she is personally experiencing.