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University Counseling Center: Student Resources

Student Resources

Mental Health Screenings

Taking a screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to recognize if you may be experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. The link offers a variety screenings for mental health conditions. By taking a screening, you will receive feedback and resources. Although the University Counseling Center is not listed as a resource, enrolled students can make an appointment with a counselor to discuss the results.

The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989

This law requires institutions receiving federal financial assistance to establish drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs for students and employees.Students and employees must receive materials annually that contain standards of conduct, a description of the various laws that apply in that jurisdiction regarding alcohol and drugs, a description of the various health risks of drug and alcohol abuse, a description of counseling and treatment programs that are available, and a statement on the sanctions the university will impose for a violation of the standards of conduct.  The Biennial Review reflects the compliance to the law.  Armstrong State University last completed this report for the 2015/2016 year. 

Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD)

Anxiety

Anxiety (Test)

Depression & Grief

     (Counseling staff offers Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) training every Fall and upon request.)

LGBTQ

Relationship & Sexual Violence Reporting

Relational Violence

Sexual Violence

Stress & Wellness

Suicide Awareness

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