The eCHECKUP TO GO programs is used by over 600 institutions internationally in:
The Alcohol & Cannabis eCHECKUP TO GO interventions are designed to be:
Many campuses use the eCHECKUP TO GO as a prevention program required for all entering freshmen. The University of Florida, Clemson, The University of Kansas, Oberlin College, The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Northeastern, The University of Arizona, Michigan State University, The University of Illinois-Chicago, Georgia Southern University and The University of California San Diego are among the campuses requiring students to complete an eCHECKUP TO GO.
The programs are offered in First Year Experience Programs, as a part of a Residential Education Program, and to high-risk groups such as Athletes and Greek Communities. For example, the Sigma Chi National Organization uses the eCHECKUP TO GO with its members in all 217 chapters in North America.
Of particular note, research shows that when the eCHECKUP TO GO is added to existing knowledge-based educational programs, it significantly improves the effectiveness of these educational approaches (Wilson, Henry & Lange 2005).
Both programs are also used with students who are self-referred due to concerns about their alcohol/drug use, students mandated to see a health provider for an assessment/intervention as well as at the population-level for all students.
The 'Motivational Interviewing' theory and style embedded in the eCHECKUP TO GO programs and personalized reports lend themselves well to deeper one-on-one counseling follow-up conversations. They are frequently used as a part of a BASICS protocol in individual and group settings.
High Schools use the programs in multiple ways as a:
Health Organizations use the programs in multiple ways as a:
Local & Regional Communities use the programs in multiple ways as a:
Military use the programs in multiple ways as a:
Corporations use the programs in multiple ways as a:
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