WFU BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students) is available online to all WFU students (undergrad, grad, law, etc.).
BASICS is a free and private evidence-based and supportive meeting to help people think about changes that they might want to make to their drug and/or alcohol use.
In BASICS meetings, students meet 1:1 with a trained professional and receive personalized feedback on their drinking and/or drug use. BASICS staff help students to think about their relationship to drugs and/or alcohol and set goals for ways in which they might like to change those behaviors. This approach is based on the evidence-based style of communication called Motivational Interviewing and which is rooted in person-centered principles of compassion, acceptance, partnership, and evocation. The effectiveness of this approach is that it engages and empowers students. E-mail BASICS@wfu.edu today to make a private appointment.
Coalitions and Task Forces
In order to accomplish the goals of the WFU AOD Program, it is crucial to actively involve members of the Wake Forest community and members of the local community surrounding Wake Forest in prevention efforts. Find out how you can get involved!
Student Health Service
The Mission of the Student Health Service is to promote and maintain the health of students attending the university by modifying or removing health-related barriers to learning.
University Counseling Center
The University Counseling Center is a confidential resource for students offering behavioral health assessment, counseling and referral.
Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success (CLASS)
The CLASS provides study skills training, disabilities support, and counseling. Students can learn to read critically, take notes effectively, manage their time, improve their motivation, increase their reading speed, and prepare for tests.
Providing confidential crisis response and ongoing support services to Reynolda Campus students for concerns related to interpersonal violence, including sexual misconduct, relationship violence, and stalking to promote and foster a safe campus climate.
The CARE Team evaluates and responds to disruptive, threatening, or troubling behavior brought to their attention to offer support, guidance, or other intervention to those in need.