Substance Education, Assessment and Recovery

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The Substance Education, Assessment and Recovery (SEAR) Program provides direct individual and group interventions to university students with alcohol, cannabis, and other substance related concerns.

SEAR offers a variety of research-based prevention, early intervention, and recovery support services and programs. SEAR frequently partners with campus groups to promote a learning environment that supports healthy behavior choices, as well as raise awareness about the risks associated with alcohol abuse and illicit drug use.

The University of Arkansas encourages all members of the campus community to familiarize themselves with the annual Alcohol and Other Drug Policy. 

SEAR Campus Programs

  • Razorbacks Offering Accountability Resources (ROAR)

  • Razorback Recovery Community

  • Bystander intervention training

  • Alcohol Awareness Week

  • Safe & Sober Spring Break

  • Woo Pig Sober tailgates

Learn more about Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS).

Questions about SEAR?

Email sear@uark.edu or call 479-575-2500.