Do You! Week at UC Berkeley

Do You! Week is a week-long series of events at UC Berkeley to promote a campus alcohol and other drugs (AOD) culture that supports all who study, live, work & play in the campus area.

Join the Party Safe program in promoting a UC Berkeley alcohol and other drugs (AOD) culture that supports all who study, live, work & play in the campus area:

March 11 - 15, 2024

HREP Fentanyl Test Strip (FTS) & Narcan Tabling
Tuesday, March 12 | 1-3 pm | Receive free FTS and Narcan with instructions | Sproul Plaza 

Tuesday All Recovery
Tuesday, March 12 | 5-6:30 pm | Any student in/seeking recovery, practicing harm reduction, struggling with substance use, or anything in between | 102 Sproul  

SAAC (Cal Athletics x HREP) Harm Reduction Workshop
Wednesday, March 13 | 7-8 pm | California Memorial Stadium (HPC) in the Team Dining Room

Recovery at Cal: Rotating Recovery
Wednesday, March 13 | 5-6:30 pm | Experience different formats of recovery meetings and recovery pathways | 102 Sproul 

Party Safe Practice: Education, Games, Prizes, Supplies!
Wednesday, March 13 | 11 am- 2 pm | Sproul Plaza (look for the signs). Stop by our caravan of tables to build your Do You! toolkit with help from campus peer educators and advocates. 

QTips: Harm Redux Community Dinner & Panel (cosponsored by GenEq and QARC)
Thursday, March 14 | 5-7 pm | Come learn about harm reduction in Queer & Trans communities with a panel, dinner and trivia. All are welcome! | QARC Hearst Field Annex A15

Movie Night - a Recovery at Cal Sober Social
Friday, March 15 | Time TBA | New Parkway Theatre - Oakland | Register at

Saint Planty's Day Party
Sunday, March 17 | 3-4pm | Free succulents, green cupcakes & mocktails, polaroids | Unit 3 Courtyard 

About Do You! Week

Do You! Week occurs twice in the academic year: in the fall semester during National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week and in the spring semester just before Spring Break. Do You Week is part of a campaign to reduce AOD-related risk and harm at UC Berkeley.


For any questions about Do You Week, please contact Health Promotion at

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Do You! Week partners

  • Collegiate Recovery Program
  • UHS Social Services - AOD Specialists
  • UHS Health Worker Program
  • PATH to Care
  • Bears That Care
  • Sexual Health Education Program (SHEP)
  • Local Community & Government Relations