Recreational Services

Wellness Workshop


Stress Management 

This program provides participants with information regarding unhealthy and healthy coping skills. Participants will engage in a gratitude journaling activity as well as guided deep breathing or meditation/mindfulness.

Gratitude Journaling and Goal Setting

This program is an example of a custom workshop created for a specific event. The workshop describes the benefits of gratitude journaling and guides participants in activities that involve gratitude journaling and goal setting.

 Wellness Bucket 

This workshop highlights the eight dimensions of wellness and how students can work to achieve wellness in each area. This program is popular with student leaders who have many commitments.

High Risk Drinking 

This program reviews high risk drinking behaviors often exhibited in college students, standard drink sizes, and Blood Alcohol Content (BAC). Additionally, participants will learn about myths of drinking and harm reduction strategies.

What is in your cup

This program gives a brief overview of the negative outcomes related to alcohol including: bad grades, strained relationships, recovering period, physical harm, and addiction. 

Wellness Workshop Request form 

Alcohol, Tobacco And Other Drugs (ATOD)

The University of Toledo is committed to a safe environment for all students, faculty and staff by promoting and maintaining a work and academic environment that is free from illegal use and misuse of alcohol and drug abuse, in accordance with all federal, state and local laws as well as the Federal Drug Free Schools and Campus Safety Regulations.
The Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention Program's mission is to work collaboratively to create an environment that fosters campus-wide health promotion and academic success by coordinating multidisciplinary prevention and treatment efforts around the areas of substance abuse.
Should you re-evaluate your relationship with Alcohol?

If you have experienced any of the following consequences from consuming alcohol, you might need to assess your relationship with alcohol.

  • Damaged relationships and Poor academic performance
  • Trouble with authorities and Fights/conflicts with others 
  • Property damage and Injuries under the influence
  • Regretted sex and Memory loss (blackouts, brownouts, fade outs) 
  • Frequent intoxication and Heavy consumption 
  • Increasing tolerance and negative drinking motivations  
  • Behavior changes when not drinking and frequent hospital  visits for alcohol overdose

What to do if someone has alcohol poisoning ?

  • Call for help immediately (419.530.2600 or 911 if off campus)
  • Turn the person on their side and Monitor their breathing 
  • Never leave a person alone

Health Effects of  Using Tobacco Products 

  • Increased risk for coronary heart disease and stroke by 2-4 times
  • Risk for men developing lung cancer by 25 times and women by 25.7 times
  • Increased risk for all cancers and lung diseases, such as COPD, emphysema and chronic bronchitis

Drugs and Alcohol Don't Mix

Mixing alcohol and drugs can be extremely dangerous.  There can be numerous harmful, unwanted effects which students and the University of Toledo community should be aware of.

  • Depressants : Mixing depressants, such as Xanax or Valium, can cause rapid dizziness, stumbling, loss of sphincter control, memory loss and potential death.
  • Stimulants : Combining stimulants, such as Ritalin, Adderall and Concerta, with alcohol can result in over-consumption.  The effect stimulants exert on the body conceal alcohol’s effects, so the individual cannot accurately perceive their level of intoxication.  This often results in over-consumption which can lead to blacking out, passing out and even death.
  • Prescription Opiates : Consuming alcohol in combination with prescription opiates (such as Vicodin, OxyContin and Percocet) can result in slowed or arrested breathing, lowered pulse and blood pressure, unconsciousness, coma and potential death.
  • Marijuana: Mixing marijuana with alcohol can lead to vomiting, spins, paranoia, decreased motor control and mental concentration. Marijuana also depresses your gag reflex, which can be fatal if you need to expel alcohol and are unable to.
  • Amphetamines : Amphetamines elicit an increase in blood pressure and heart rate when consumed.  Consuming alcohol in conjunction with amphetamines is dangerous as the individual is more likely to consume more alcohol, as the drug stimulates the individual.  This combination is also extremely harmful to your kidneys.

Harm Reduction Strategies

  • Eat and drink water before and in between drinking 
  • Set a limit and track your drinks and understand your own limits 
  • Never leave your drink unattended at a party/bar and do NOT MIX
  • Do NOT mix alcohol and drugs together
  • Pace yourself: Consume no more than one drink per hour

 Counseling Center 

The University of Toledo's counseling center office is a free resource to all students.  If you are looking to get help for drug abuse, suicide or just wanting to speak with someone about situations that you would like to speak about please contact the guidance counselors office or visit their web page by clicking here

Employee Assistance Program

It can be frustrating when personal and/or work related problems surface and it’s unclear where to turn for help. When complications arise from stress, marital and family issues, parenting challenges, depression, anxiety, substance use, and other emotional concerns, it’s comforting to have someone to talk to.

The University of Toledo is proud to make available to you the IMPACT Employee Assistance Program (EAP), offering confidential support for you and your household members, dependents living away from home, and parents & parents-in-law. For more information please click here.

Emergency Numbers 

Call  911 in case of an emergency 

UToledo Police/Fire/Medical Response

UToledo Main Campus Police

UToledo Health Science Campus Police

Toledo Police

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

National Poison Emergency Lifeline

Last Updated: 6/21/22