Resources & Apps

Substance Intervention & Prevention

 

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Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT)

The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification is a 10-question, self-screening tool that can be used to assess alcohol consumption and alcohol-related problems.

 

1-866-New-Lung

NEW-LUNG offers free quit-smoking services in Orange County, from individual counseling to group classes. New Lung offers a free supply of nicotine patches to adults 18 years and older.

 

Cannabis Use Disorder Identification Test (CUDIT)

The Cannabis Use Disorder Identification Test Revised is an 8-question, self-screening tool that can be used to assess cannabis consumption and cannabis-related problems.

 

Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO

Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO is an interactive web program that allows students to enter information about their drinking patterns and receive immediate, personalized feedback. The survey takes between 20-30 minutes to complete and is self-guided.

 

Cannabis eCHECKUP TO GO

Cannabis eCHECKUP TO GO is an interactive web program that allows students to enter information about their smoking patterns and receive immediate, personalized feedback. The survey takes between 20-30 minutes to complete and is self-guided.

 

Medication Drop Boxes in Orange County

Do you have expired medicine or unused medicine? It’s important to take proper steps to prevent accidental ingestion when throwing old medicine away. Refer to the link for medication drop box locations.

 

Cannabis Tolerance Break Guide

The T-Break Guide was developed by the University of Vermont to support individuals going through a tolerance break, with weekly themes and daily practices. 

 

Cooking Healthy & Optimal Movement Promotion ( CHOMp)

Healthy Plate

Healthy Plate

Joyful Movement

Joyful Movement

 

Nutrition

General Nutrition and Wellness Tips

You can take some simple actions to keep your nutrition goals on track.

  • Try healthy grab-and-go snacks like baby carrots, apples, celery, and low-fat yogurt or milk. They're great alternatives to other snack foods high in calories but low in nutritional value.
  • Limit how often you eat out. When you do eat at a restaurant, choose wisely. Check out menu options with lean meats, whole grains, and vegetables. If the portions are large, take half home for your next meal. You'll not only be doing your body a favor, but your wallet will thank you too.
  • Quench your thirst with water, milk, tea, or 100 percent fruit juice. They're better options than high-calorie sodas and energy drinks.
  • Only use nutritional supplements that have been approved by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP). It's the only way you can be confident they contain the ingredients listed on the bottle and in the quantities you expect.
  • If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Avoid products that make claims of helping you to lose weight quickly or gain the perfect figure. These products often have not been confirmed by any scientific agency to work and likely won't give you the beneficial results you want.
  • Don't compare your diet to other people's. Everyone has a different need

 

Nutrition and other Health Resources

Academy of Nutrition and DieteticsOpens in new window

Nutrition Practice Organization with Food, Health, and Fitness Tips.Opens in new window

Budget BytesOpens in new window : Tasty, inexpensive meal and snack recipes.

CalFresh Healthy LivingOpens in new window : Personalized, budget-friendly recipes with seasonal ingredients.

CronometerOpens in new window : Free nutrition, fitness, and health data tracking.

Eating Concerns Task ForceOpens in new window : A small, collaborative, multidisciplinary effort by Counseling and Psychological Services and Health Services to support CSUF providers, faculty, and staff in supporting students with eating concerns, and to support students in assessing eating concerns and to provide them with resources, and referrals when appropriate. 

Feuling Smart for MidtermsPDF File Opens in new window

Intuitive EatingPDF File Opens in new window

Mission: Nutrition!PDF File Opens in new window

NIH Dietary Supplement Fact SheetsOpens in new window : Vitamin and mineral needs with accompanying food lists.

Tuffy's Basic Needs ServicesOpens in new window : On-campus food assistance, hygiene products, clothing, and emergency grant funds.

Tuffy Study BitesPDF File Opens in new window

Budget BytesOpens in new window : Tasty, inexpensive meal and snack recipes.

University of Maryland Medical Center (UMM) Complementary and Alternative Medicine GuideOpens in new window

USDA MyPlate Nutrition Information for Young AdultsOpens in new window

How to Find Joy in Exercise: Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center (colostate.edu)Opens in new window

 

Athlete Specific resources

Building a Performance Plate (CPSDA)PDF File Opens in new window

Protein Needs for Athletes (SCAN)

Pre-Workout Nutrition (CPSDA)

Post-Workout Nutrition (CPSDA)

Smart Supplementation (SCAN)

Vegetarian Eating for Athletes (SCAN)

 

Stress and Mindfulness Apps

Momentum:  Daily inspiration, to-do lists, quotes, pictures for your new browser tab page

Simply Being:  Guided meditation and soothing music or nature sounds

Headspace:  Guided meditations for mindfulness, acceptance, stress, and more

Happify:  Evidence-based exercises and a tracker for emotional well-being

The heart Line:  Text 734-292-8006 for anonymous, empathetic peer support.

Mood Kit:  Activities to improve and track moods plus a tool to help you check your thoughts

Pacifica:  Tools for stress, anxiety, and depression and a supportive online community

Panic Relief Free:  Guidance through fear, anxiety, and panic attacks

Insight Timer: Guided meditations and a supportive online community

SAM: Learn to understand and manage anxiety, anonymous participation in an online community

Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741 to connect with a trained Crisis Counselor for any crisis, big or small.  

 

Sexual & Reproductive Health

Are You Prepared?PDF File

BedsiderOpens in new window

Birth Control Waiting PeriodPDF File Opens in new window

Spot On Period TrackerOpens in new window

What is HPV?PDF File Opens in new window

 

Sleep and Self-Care

Passion PlannerOpens in new window

Self-Care BookletPDF File Opens in new window

Self-Care QuizPDF File Opens in new window

Sleep BotOpens in new window

Sleep CycleOpens in new window

Sleeping Well in the Digital AgeOpens in new window

WorkFlowyOpens in new window

Violence Prevention & Education

WayMakers – Sexual Assault 714.957.2737

Human Options – Domestic Violence 877.854.3594

Crisis Text Line Text “Home” to 741-741

National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800.273.8255

Trevor Lifeline (LQBTQ+) 866.488.7386

On-campus or off, there are resources for those in need, and ways you can support someone who has experienced violence.

 

Financial Resources

CalFresh Healthy LivingOpens in new window : Personalized, budget-friendly recipes with seasonal ingredients.

Tuffy's Basic Needs Services: On-campus food assistance, hygiene products, clothing, and emergency grant funds.