Health & Wellness Promotion

Alcohol & Other Drug Education
Alcohol & Drug Self-Screenings

Do you use drugs or drink alcohol? Are these substances harming your health or increasing your risk for other problems? These online screening instruments can help you find out! Choose from a variety of self-assessments designed to give you confidential and personalized feedback from the comfort and privacy of your own home.

AlcoholScreening.org -[Free]- Answering these questions will take only a few minutes, and will give you personalized results based on your age, gender and drinking patterns.

DrugScreening.org -[Free]- Start by answering a few short questions about your past and present use of various drugs, such as marijuana, cocaine, tobacco, inhalants or alcohol. You'll get feedback about the likely risks of your drug use, and advice about when and where to seek more information, evaluation, and help.

Counseling and Psychological Services Online Screening -[Free for IUPUI]- The screening is free for all IUPUI students, faculty, and staff. The screening is also anonymous - no specific identifying information is required. The screening is provided so that you may find out, in just a few minutes, if a professional consultation would be helpful to further evaluate your situation.

eCHECKUP TO GO (Alcohol) -[Free for IUPUI]- Also called eCHUG, this 15 minute online assessment provides personalized evidence-based feedback about your alcohol use compared to other college students based on your age, gender and drinking patterns.

eCHECKUP TO GO (Marijuana) -[Free for IUPUI]- Also called eTOKE, this 15 minute online assessment provides personalized evidence-based feedback about your marijuana use compared to other college students.

Self Assessment Quizzes -[Free]- Simple and fast online self-screening instruments for alcohol, cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine addiction provided by Rehabs.com.



Looking for more? Read more about Substance Abuse Assessment at CAPS, or browse the Community Resources & Referral Network page for local treatment and recovery services.