Wellness Resources

FSUS Objective # 3: "For students to gain an understanding of wellness issues that directly impact their health and safety (alcohol and other drugs, sexual assault issues, HIV/STD’s)".

BRAD21 - Be Responsible About Drinking.
This website provides valuable information on the effects of alcohol, BAC charts, alcohol poisoning, controlling your blood alcohol levels and more by clicking on the “Alcohol and You” puzzle piece. Find out how much you really know and understand by taking the Alcohol Quiz

Alcohol 101 Plus™ “is an innovative, interactive CD-ROM that aims to help college students make safe and responsible decisions about alcohol.” Set on a “virtual campus,” this program is designed to address the problems of first-year students, greeks, athletes, and judicial policy offenders in a college setting. This popular CD-ROM is available on FLITE Library computers so students may explore special issues and decisions regarding alcohol for students in each of these groups. To learn more about the program, click on the Alcohol 101 Plus™ link above.

Date Rape Drugs – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

  • What are date rape drugs?
  • What do the drugs look like?
  • What effects to these drugs have on the body?
  • How can I protect myself from being a victim?

Stress Management Tips and Techniques from Mind Tools

Faculty & Staff Guidelines for Helping Distressed Students

Campus and Community Resources:

Birkam Health Center Services
FSU's Personal Counseling Center Services
FSU's Virtual Women's Center

WISE – Women’s Information Services
Providers of services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, primarily women and children. Services are confidential and are available to all regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or physical ability. Domestic and sexual violence advocacy services are available on a 24-hour basis, 7 days a week. An advocate is someone who understands the dynamics of stalking, domestic and sexual violence, and can help you find the assistance and support you need. Types of advocacy services include: Emotional support – Court – Medical - Social service – Shelter - Support groups and peer support.

24 Hour Crisis Line 1-800-374-WISE
In Big Rapids call 796-6600