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.

Do You Week Schedule

Do You Week - April 11-15, 2022


Keep it Social Not Slurred: Harm Reduction Tips for Party Throwers and Goers

Monday, April 11, 2022, 7:00 pm

Description: A Student panel shares their top tips and addresses your tough questions and challenging situations. Join virtually via Zoom:, Meeting ID: 969 4550 4495.


Why and How We Advocate for Harm Reduction Expansion at UC Berkeley

Tuesday, April 12, 4:00 - 4:45 pm

Description: Due to the recent rise of adulterants in illicit drugs, our community faces increasing risk of accidental overdose. Students who use drugs, whether regularly or experimentally, should have the tools to do so in an informed and harm-reducing way. Meet and talk with the students making it happen. Join via Zoom:


Collegiate Recovery Support at Cal

Wednesday, April 13, 2022, 5 pm & Friday, April 15, 2022, 5:30pm at 102 Sproul Hall

Description: Join our collegiate recovery community for a weekly "Rotating Recovery" or "All Recovery" meeting. Open to undergraduate and graduate students in or seeking recovery. All recovery pathways and folx in any stage of recovery are welcome!


Cannabis Harm Reduction

Thursday, April 14, 2021, from 2-2:30 pm

Description: PartySafe@Cal Peer Advocate Erin Sibel Sezgin shares general harm reduction tips surrounding cannabis use. Join via Zoom: 

Alcohol & Other Drug Student Risk Roundtable

Thursday, April 14 from 4-5 pm at Anna Head - CAPS Bldg Rm 210

Description: Join peers from different backgrounds for a low-key, student-centered discussion about campus alcohol and drug use culture. What's working? What's needed to improve it? Sign up here if you're interested.

PartySafe Practice at Sather Gate: Education, Games, Prizes, Supplies!

Thursday, April 14th from 11 am-2 pm at Sather Gate Crescent

Learn with peer educators from across campus. Get equipped. Get involved.

  • ABCs of Fentanyl Test Strips and Naloxone - Take a short training and pick up these tools to prevent and/or reverse accidental opioid overdose. Free for campus members. Co-sponsored by Collegiate Recovery Program and PartySafe@Cal.
  • Sex Under the Influence - Do you feel prepared for a safer sexual experience under the influence? Join SHEP to learn more about safer sex and substances. Try the Dizzy Condom Activity! Pick up free safer sex supplies. Sponsored by SHEP (Sexual Health Education Program).
  • No Pressure! - How do you stop people who pressure others to drink at a party? How have others supported you when you were being pressured? See and share stories from others in the Cal community to step up your bystander motivation and skills. Sponsored by Bears That Care.
  • Let's not table consent, let's talk about it! - Violence is preventable. It begins with healthy practices for expressing consent and respecting boundaries! Let's work together to create the culture we all aspire to and deserve. Sponsored by PATH the Care
  • Keep It Social Not Slurred - Checklists for Party Goers and Party Throwers. Hands-on practice to understand alcohol intoxication and calculate blood alcohol concentration. Sponsored by PartySafe@Cal.
  • Make a Plan and Stick to It - Got your health pandemic practices and tools for Cal Day and Graduation Season? Pick up antigen test, intervention scale, decision-making, and communications tips. We got this, Bears!

Complete this survey to share your views on UC Berkeley's alcohol and other drugs (AOD) culture. It's anonymous but you can provide your name and email in the last question if they'd like to be entered in a drawing for a $10 Target gift card. A total of 20 people will be randomly selected!

This form will be open from April 4 to April 17, 2022.

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For any questions about Do You Week, please contact Karen Hughes, MPH, at or 510-643-9073.

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