Know the signs of alcohol poisoning! Remember PUBS!
Puking: can’t stop throwing up; dry heaving
Unconscious: unresponsive; no reaction
Breathing: Slow, short and choppy breaths
Skin: cold, clammy and possibly blue-ish
- Have a plan for getting home
- Stay hydrated
- Eat before, and while, you are out
- Keep track of your drinks
- Know where your drink came from
- Charge your cell phone
Notice the event: what is going on around you, who is around you, where are you, etc.
Determine if the event is a problem or emergency: is the behavior or situation abnormal, does someone look like they need help, is someone drinking/using more than normal, etc.
Assume responsibility: if you are the one who notices that something is wrong, you are the perfect person to do something about it.
Know how to help:
Emergency: Remove the person from the situation; administer CPR, take away car keys; drive the person home; find them a sober driver; Call 911; distract people involved; get other people to help you; call a sober friend.
Non-emergency: Talk to the person about the problem; encourage your friend to report the problem/incident; speak to an RA, CRE, counselor, dean, or other resource; learn more about the topic.
Do you have a friend or family member here at the University of Arkansas that you would like to send a birthday card to?
Each birthday card includes tips for staying safe on your birthday, as well as a Razorback sticker.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org at least two-weeks prior to make sure a birthday card gets to them on-time. Please include the following:
- Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction: The concepts of use, abuse, and addiction are covered and students will learn strategies to help them maintain healthy relationships with alcohol and drugs.
- Bystander Intervention: Discussion centered around staying safe in a college environment when it comes to alcohol and drugs, how to best watch out for your friends, and ways to help if the situation calls for it.
- Recovery Allies: Participates will learn what it means to be “in recovery” and how they can best be an ally to friends or family they may know. We will review recovery friendly language, discuss the Razorback Recovery Community, and leave students with resources for themselves and others.
- If you are interested in scheduling a presentation, please email email@example.com at least two-weeks prior to the date requesting.
Pat Walker Health Center |479-575-4451
Counseling & Psychological Services | 479-575-5276
Dean of Students Office | 479-575-5007
UofACares | 479-575-5004
UAPD | 479-575-2222