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Online Resources - Alcohol & Other Drugs

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Student Counseling Center
Jennifer Leavitt Student Center (JLSC) 223

Utah State University Drug and Alcohol Policy

Helpful Links

Free Mobile Apps

BACcards App -

BACcards Mobile

Monitor your alcohol consumption and view your estimated BAC results.

Download: Apple iTunes

iDrinkSmarter App


Developed with today's on-the-go audience in mind. The app includes the same exclusive Zone Chart as the renowned Green Zone® Cards but also includes a number of dynamic and entertaining features.

Download: Google Play

Wise Drinking App - Let's Be Smart

Wise Drinking

This app gives an assessment of your BAC based on gender, body weight and time of last meal to promote responsible drinking.

Download: Google Play | Apple iTunes

Saying When App

Saying When

Self-help program for taking charge of your drinking, either cutting back or quitting altogether.  It helps users monitor when and how much they are drinking, including tracking alcohol consumption and estimating BAC levels over time.  

Download: Apple iTunes

Truth About Drugs App

Truth About Drugs Online Education

Get the facts about the most common drugs. Find out their history, their effects on the human body and read real stories from former addicts. This app contains a wealth of information as well as several award winning videos.

Download: Apple iTunes

Live Strong MyQuit Coach App

Livestrong: MyQuit Coach

Helps users create a personalized plan to quit smoking. It tracks cravings, offers progress reports, and provides community support.

Download: Apple iTunes




Please note that all of the websites are provided for educational purposes, as they provide information on a variety of topics related to psychology, personal growth, and resources. Although the professional staff at Counseling Services believes that such information can be useful and helpful, please keep in mind the following:

  • We are not specifically endorsing any of the above websites or services;
  • Self-help materials such as apps or information on websites may not be effective in addressing more complex issues; and
  • In the case of a mental health emergency we recommend that you seek assistance immediately.

Please note that the above links connect to sites and websites are not under the control of USU Eastern Student Counseling.