Do you have questions about the potential effects of alcohol and other drugs? Are you concerned about a friend or family member who is using these substances? The following resources are available for students on campus.
Center for the Study of Health & Risk Behaviors (CSHRB)
- Visit the CSHRB website.
Addictive Behaviors Research Center
- Substance use evaluations are offered for a fee in tandem with the Psychological Services and Training Center; call 206-543-6511 for details.
- ABRC has earned an international reputation for its research and trainings on addictive behaviors. Services through the Psychological Services and Training Center are part of the ABRC commitment to training and community service and are available to university students, staff and faculty as well as the greater community.
- More information about ABRC research and mission is available at http://depts.washington.edu/abrc or by phoning ABRC at 206-685-1200.
University of Washington
401 Schmitz, Box 355830
Seattle, WA 98195
- Counseling is available for students who need to resolve personal issues and to cope with stressors before they lead to the abuse of alcohol and other drugs.
- Referrals are made for those students who are in need of long-term treatment.
Hall health Primary Care Center
- The Center provides outpatient health and medical care for students enrolled at the University and their families, as well as faculty, staff and the community.
- One office visit per quarter is free for currently enrolled students; most major medical insurance plans are accepted for care provided to others.
- The Wellness Resource Center in the Health Education Department provides information, educational materials and workshops on moderate and responsible use of alcohol and other drugs, and tobacco cessation counseling programs.
- The mental health clinic provides referral for alcohol- and other drug-abuse problems, therapy for a variety of personal concerns, and medications management.
- The following brochure contains a printable version of the information above as well as information about some commonly abused substances. Many of the campus and community services listed provide confidential counseling and/or treatment, and have special rates for students.