welcome to the WELLNESS Center
Southern's Wellness Center is a non-judgmental, confidential place for members of the Southern community to come for information, conversation, and referrals about topics related to health.
The Wellness Center collaborates with other offices on campus and in the community to provide comprehensive services. It provides outreach, educational workshops, and programs on campus. The Wellness Center also maintains resources on a wide array of topics including work-life balance, nutrition, fitness, illness and disease, sexuality, and stress management.
All services are provided by health educators, graduate and undergraduate interns, and student volunteers. Programs (workshops, presentations, tabling, and health and wellness fairs) offer opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to learn about general health and safety, work-life balance, sexual health, nutrition, body image, disease prevention and early detection, alcohol and drug use, gay/lesbian/transgender issues, stress management, smoking cessation, eating disorders, and contraception.
You can request a health education program by calling (203) 392-6526.
The Wellness Center is located in Granoff Hall, room 47. For more information, you can reach us by telephone at (203) 392-6526, or by email at email@example.com.
The mission of the Wellness Center is to promote the health and well-being of individuals throughout the Southern community and to assist other departments and university programs in creating a well environment for living, learning, and working.
HEALTH PROMOTION OPTIONS
Making healthy choices isn't always easy. Many of us need support from the people in our lives: our friends, parents, etc. Most of us need tools and encouragement to help us to change our behaviors and maintain those changes. The Wellness Center has designed several "survival" kits to assist you in making and maintaining healthy choices.
The Wellness Center also supports other healthy behaviors, such as exercise, eating a well-balanced diet, and positive communication. Contact us for more information on new programs that address these areas of health and wellness.
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