Puget Sound Substance Abuse Prevention Program offers students free access to the e-TOKE (Marijuana electronic Check-Up to Go). The e-TOKE is an online, personalized assessment tool that lets you see how your smoking habits might be impacting your personal goals, your relationships and your general health. It takes about 10 minutes to complete the e-TOKE. This is a self-guided assessment tool that requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor and is completely anonymous. You can take it once or on multiple occasions to track changes in your marijuana use (just keep your e-TOKE identification number). The program is available to Puget Sound students, faculty, staff, and parents.
When you access the e-TOKE, you are prompted to enter some demographic information and information on your marijuana use. After all information has been entered, you submit the form. The information you enter is processed and then compares your responses to national and Puget Sound college student norms. Then your personalized feedback is displayed in a standard format.
Your participation in the e-TOKE is voluntary, unless you have been mandated to complete it as part of a judicial sanction. You may withdraw from participation at any time. The Puget Sound e-TOKE is serviced through a secure Web site at San Diego State University.
The e-TOKE is anonymous and no individual information is kept or provided to the University of Puget Sound.