Alcohol Use

August 6, 2020


Online resource for college mental health. Information about alcohol and drugs, depression, suicidal behavior, anxiety disorders and more. Online Self-Evaluator available.

August 4, 2020

Stop Overdose is a project of the Center for Drug Safety and Services Education (CDSSE) at the University of Washington Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute. CDSSE offers education and technical assistance for individuals, professionals, and communities in Washington State who want to learn to prevent and respond to overdose, and improve the health of people who use drugs. CDSSE staff can…

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.

Individual Evaluation and/or Counseling, Psychological Services and Training Center

For a substance abuse assessment/evaluation and/or follow-up for those maintaining changes in their substance use (including relapse prevention), contact the Psychological Services and TrainingCenter (“the Clinic”)

Alcohol & Marijuana – When To Be Concerned and What To Do

Brochure for tips on warning signs for alcohol poisoning, when to be concerned with marijuana usage, and what to do.

Washington Information Network

2-1-1 is a free confidential community service and your one-stop connection to the local services you need, from utility assistance, food, housing, health, child care, after school programs, elder care, crisis intervention and much more. 2-1-1 is always ready to assist you in finding the help you need.

Start Your Recovery is built for people in any stage of the recovery journey — so it can be a tool to engage with patients who may be reluctant to seek treatment or to help their family members lend support.

Crisis Connections

Crisis Connections provide programs such as: 24-Hour Crisis Line, King County 2-1-1, Teen Link, WA Recovery Help Line and WA Warm Line. With over 400 trained volunteers and experienced staff, we provide support, resources and certified training for King County and other communities statewide.

Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute Resources