About this Site
MyStudentBody is the most comprehensive web-based alcohol and drug education program for college students. This online program takes an evidence-based, comprehensive approach to reducing the risk of drug and alcohol abuse and sexual violence among college students. MyStudentBody engages both students and parents in effective prevention strategies and provides administrators with the data needed to effectively target, evaluate, and strengthen campus prevention initiatives.
Developed with more than $9.7 million in grant funding from the National Institutes of Health, MyStudentBody was originally offered through Inflexxion, Inc., an organization that develops scientifically-based, interactive technologies to help people improve their lives through behavioral change. In October 2012, MyStudentBody was acquired by Hazelden Foundation.
About Hazelden Foundation
Hazelden is the world-leading non-profit foundation that helps people reclaim their lives from the disease of addiction. We offer a complete line of programming that addresses the full continuum of care for emerging adults: prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery management. A specialized Hazelden program for this market is Tribeca Twelve, a New York City-based alcohol and drug-free residence for college students in recovery. Hazelden in Plymouth, Minnesota, our treatment facility for young people, is being expanded to include a customized clinical track specifically for college students. Also available is the Hazelden book, Preventing Binge Drinking on College Campuses, which outlines best practices that have been proven successful in addressing the binge drinking epidemic many colleges and universities experience.
Along with a nationally recognized team of experienced training and consultation experts, Hazelden provides services to help develop and implement comprehensive plans that enable colleges and universities to exceed MyStudentBody's expected outcomes. Services include:
- Needs assessment
- MyStudentBody data analysis and presentation
- Assessment and strategic planning for coalition building
- Student leadership trainng
- Training on evidence-based programs and methods, including screening and assessment, brief intervention, referral to treatment, motivational enhancement therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy
- Recovery management training and consultation, such as sober housing, digital recovery enhancement tools, and recovery coaching
- Fast-track learning for managing immediate situations and crises
For additional information about MyStudentBody, or to receive guest access to the site, contact Ann Hooper, Director of Publishing Sales, at AHooper@hazeldenbettyford.org or 877-882-1312.