CASE course content includes
- alcohol and drug information (such as the effects of blood alcohol concentration)
- discussion of health, social, academic, and legal consequences of college alcohol and other drug use
- risk reduction strategies (including how to moderate drinking and identify an alcohol or drug emergency)
- strategies for preventing future problems with alcohol and drugs
CASE Program Details
- Attend a Brief Assessment
- Participate in four weekly group sessions
- Complete written assignments
CASE is available to
- Students living in the UCSB and affiliated residence halls who are referred for alcohol and drug policy violations
- Court-referred college students who have been cited or arrested for: Minor in Possession, Possession of a Fake I.D. or Public Intoxication.
- UCSB students who are referred through other campus departments and campus partners
- UCSB students who choose to enroll in the CASE program
The CASE Program is located in the Alcohol & Drug Program offices in Isla Vista on the second floor of Embarcadero Hall (935 Embarcadero Del Norte, Isla Vista).
Groups are facilitated by Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Doctoral-level graduate students, and supervised Marriage and Family Therapist Interns. Effective Fall 2019 the program fee will be $60 for UCSB students, $165 for non-UCSB students. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (805) 893-5013.
To sign up for CASE
Attend an Brief Assessment.
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
Location: Embarcadero Hall, 2nd floor
Duration: About 15-20 minutes
Bring: Your school/work schedule