Alcohol Awareness

Suffolk takes student alcohol use and abuse very seriously. Alcohol use is a common occurrence among college students, and often leads to problems that can impact students' physical and mental health. If you or someone you know would like more information on alcohol awareness programs, or would like to speak to a counselor, please contact the Suffolk University Counseling Center.

Concerned that you or someone you know may have an issue with alcohol? Take a quick online screening to find out. This questionnaire is completely anonymous and confidential. After you've answered a few simple questions you will immediately see your results, get recommendations, and access key resources.

Take the Screening Survey for Alcohol Problems.

Alcohol Awareness Links

  • SAMHSA Prevention of Substance Abuse promotes the prevention and early intervention of mental and/or substance use disorders.
  • The Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study, sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a series of studies that examines the effectiveness of drug abuse treatment as it is typically administered in the United States.
  • National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism supports and conducts research on the effects of alcohol use on human health to develop preventive and treatment strategies that help reduce alcohol-related problems associated with excessive drinking and underage alcohol consumption.
  • Web of Addictions is an online resource with information about alcohol and other drug addictions, often used as a resource for teachers, students, and mental health workers who need factual information about drugs that are often abused.