Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students
The goal of BASICS at Missouri S&T is to motivate students to reduce risky behaviors associated with alcohol consumption. BASICS will provide you with a structured opportunity to assess your own risk, identify potential changes that could work for you, and help you to reduce your risk for developing future problems. BASICS is not an abstinence-only program.
BASICS is non-judgemental and confidential. The program consists of two 60-minute sessions held within two weeks of each other. The first session includes alcohol education and screening. The second session provides personalized feedback about alcohol use, risks, protective factors, and consequences experienced, as well as norms clarification, ways to reduce future risks, and options to assist in making changes.
BASICS is designed for any student who seeks to develop alcohol safety skills and become more knowledgeable about reducing harmful consumption & associated problems. Participation in BASICS is also designed to assist students who drink heavily and are experiencing negative consequences as a result of their high-risk drinking.
It is important to note that BASICS can be utilized by people of all ages - it is not exclusively intended for the underage population.
BASICS referrals may be made by any member of the campus community - simply contact Student Well-Being at email@example.com or 573.341.4211.
There is no charge for a student who voluntarily attends BASICS.
BASICS involves two sessions with a Health Educator or the Prevention and Wellness Coordinator.
Session 1: A 60-minute appointment where you will receive information about the program, including information on how to access the College Behavioral Profile (CBP). This may be a one-on-one or group session with other students that have been referred to BASICS. You must register for session 1 (see below).
Session 2: Based on the data collected in the CBP questionnaire, you will receive a feedback profile that provides personalized information about your use of alcohol. You will review the feedback profile in a one-on-one session lasting approximately 60 minutes. We will work with you to schedule the session at a time that fits with your schedule.
BASICS workshops fill up quickly each session. In order to sign up in a timely manner, please contact BASICS as quickly as you can. BASICS appointments are scheduled through Student Well-Being.
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm ¦ 573.341.4211 ¦ firstname.lastname@example.org
YOU MUST REGISTER FOR SESSION 1 BY CALLING or EMAILING TO CONFIRM A SESSION DATE & TIME.
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