On-line Screening Tools and Resources
ULifeline offers students a mental health screening tool, information about mental health issues geared towards you, and resources for learning more and getting help. Screening options include alcohol and drugs, depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, suicide, stress, cutting and more. Go to Ulifeline.org/uni/ and check out the Self-Evaluator. Be proactive about your mental health!
The Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO will provide you with accurate and personalized feedback about your alcohol use.
The Marijuana eCHECKUP TO GO will provide you with accurate and personalized feedback about your marijuana use.
B.A.C. Zone Cards
B.A.C.ZONE cards are credit-card sized, laminated cards that help you plan ahead for drinking occasions. You can request a card that’s personalized for your sex and your current weight.
If you have ever wondered whether your alcohol or other drug use is excessive, UNI Substance Abuse Services, in collaboration with many other campus partners, provides preventative and confidential supportive services for students.
To get a better picture of where you are now, contact Shawna Haislet, Health Promotion Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (319) 273-6119.
There is free, confidential help on campus available to students who have been sexually assaulted or have been or are victims of physical/emotional abuse, stalking or harassment.
For help and assistance, contact the Victim Services Advocate with UNI Violence Intervention Services, Joan Thompson at email@example.com or call (319) 273-2137.
Eating is one of life’s greatest pleasures. However, with the worry about appearance, weight gain, food related illnesses and change in eating environment it is not unusual to experience eating concerns while being at college. For more information or guidance contact UNI Health Educator with Student Wellness Services, Joan Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (319) 273-2137.
If you would like one-on-one or small group consultation, advice, and support to change a habit, make a lifestyle change, or address an issue of concern (stress, sleep, sexual health, balancing work and personal life, etc.), our professional staff members can help. This service is provided to currently enrolled students for free. Contact email@example.com, or call 319-273-6119, for details.