For resources within the office of health promotion

Alcohol Education
Resources


Electronic Check Up to GO, or eCHUG, is an online alcohol use assessment and feedback tool. eCHUG is an online, personalized assessment tool that lets you see how your alcohol use, family history, and campus norms affect your life and future. Its goal is to promote the responsible decision making and safe use of alcohol. eCHUG provides you with personalized feedback on:

  • Quantity and frequency of drinking, caloric intake
  • Peak Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
  • Norm comparisons
  • Income spent on alcohol
  • Tolerance levels
  • Consequences of alcohol use
  • Genetic risk score
  • Explanations and advice
  • Referral information

eCHUG takes between 15-20 minutes to complete.

Other Drug Education

Resources

Opioid Overdose Prevention

We partner with the Georgia Prevention Project to provide education and programming to prevent prescription drug abuse and misuse on campus. Students can become Project Ambassadors to provide an engaging presentation to student groups as well as help plan campus events and programs challenging social norms or provide additional education and support.

Being a Project Ambassador entails the following components:

  • Attend a 2 hour training and program planning session
  • Provide the Generation Rx presentation to at least one student group during the Spring semester (you can earn $50 for yourself and the group)
  • Work with other Project Ambassadors to plan and implement 1-2 prescription drug awareness events
  • Recruit additional Project Ambassadors

Vaping/Juul Nicotine Delivery Systems

Vaping and E-Cigarettes
Vaping and E-Cigarettes


MYTH vs. FACT Series

1 No one knows the long-term effects of e-cigarettes. They are not safe for use by young people, pregnant women, or adults who are not already tobacco users according to the CDC.
2 E-cigarettes can contain nicotine, heavy metals, and other chemicals that are harmful. 1 vape pod has the same amount of nicotine as 20 cigarettes.
3 Nicotine is highly addictive and can affect the development of the brain. Nicotine is also unsafe for pregnant women and fetus development.
4 E-cigarettes are not a FDA approved smoking cessation aid. The best tools to help with efforts to stop smoking include nicotine replacement therapy (patch or gum) or prescription medication.

Sexual Health
Resources


Free & Low-Cost Testing Sites in the Atlanta area. 

Contact OHP for more information

 

Chart of STI Testing Sites

Talking to a Partner About Safer Sex

How to Disclose STI Status to a Partner

Let's Talk About Consent