Interactive Tools

CSB/SJU Counseling & Health Promotion Online Screenings

The CSB/SJU Counseling and Health Promotion staff members welcome you to the online mental health screening program, an extension of "Walk-In Wednesday."  These free, online screenings are available to all CSB/SJU community members. The online screenings offered here are anonymous. No identifying information will be solicited and your IP address is not recorded.  

Stress Recess
The University of Texas (CMHC) developed this guided program in order to best meet your stress management needs.

e-CHUG
e-Chug is a short assessment looking at perceptions and behaviors around alcohol use.

Alcohol 101 Plus
Learn and have fun with this innovative, interactive website featuring video, animation and virtual reality. This program is designed to encourage you, through personal exploration of a “virtual campus” to make safe, informed and responsible decisions about alcohol.

The Drink Wheel
The Intoximeters Inc. "Drink Wheel"1 is a form that you can fill out that when completed will instantly compute your estimated blood/breath alcohol concentration ("BAC") or blood alcohol content. This simulates the breath alcohol testing done by an Intoximeter Alco-Sensor IV. The Alco-Sensor IV is used in both Law Enforcement and Workplace Testing for alcohol testing.

Ping My Health
Ping My Health is a free online health assessment for people ages 18-30. This survey is a tool for you to learn about your personal health. This survey will take you approximately 5 minutes to complete. Once you have answered all of the questions, a personalized feedback report will be delivered.

Alcohol Screening

AlcoholScreening.org helps individuals assess their own alcohol consumption patterns to determine if their drinking is likely to be harming their health or increasing their risk for future harm.  

Drug Screening

Start by answering a few short questions about your past and present use of various drugs, and you'll get feedback about the likely risks of your drug use, and where to receive help.