Alcohol & Drug Counseling, Assessment, & Prevention Services

Washington State University ADCAPS

 Required of all incoming first year students & transfer students under 21: 

 Booze, Sex, & Reality Checks

WSU's Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Assessment, and Prevention Services (ADCAPS) offers a range of services related to substance use -- including counseling, groups, workshops and outreach programs, consultation, and assessment to WSU students, faculty, and staff.

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Students

Faculty

Parents

General

IMPACT 

Concern for Student

 

For PARENTS

Research

e-CHUG & e-TOKE

WSU by the Numbers

Links

MDMA/Ecstasy/Molly

SCEA Program

 

Parents: A Primary Influence

Alcohol 101

SCEA - Global Learning

Getting Help

Drugs 101

Culture

Responding to Students in Distress

 

 Parents CAN Help

Importance of early intervention

Factoids

Athletes

2012 PAT Study 

Key findings on Prescription Drug Use Among Teens

Policies

GLBTQA

 

Full report - Parental influence important for teens 

About Us

Greeks

HELP 

in an emergency

 

Bath Salts, K2/Spice

Harm Reduction 

International Students

 

Energy Drinks

Socializing at WSU

Easy-to-Read Drug Facts

Drug Free Schools Act

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADCAPS - Alcohol & Drug Counseling, Assessment, & Prevention Services, WSU Counseling Services, 280 Lighty Student Services Building. Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-1065 | (509) 335-4511 | ad.caps@wsu.edu