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Health Education

Coronavirus: Central Michigan University and CMU Health are monitoring the worldwide response to the coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19, a major global health concern.

To keep you informed and help you stay healthy, and to provide you with information on how to protect yourself and others, relevant info and updates are available on our coronavirus FAQ webpage.

Daylight therapy is offered to combat Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Research supports therapeutic light can enhance mood and reduce the lethargic feeling many experiences during the winter months. Appointments are available all year.

Thirty-minute sessions are free for CMU students. Call the Health Promotion office at 989-774-4446 to make an appointment or for more information.

Counseling Center - Counseling services for CMU students, and online screening assessments. If you are experiencing symptoms of depression, contact the Counseling Center at 989-774-3381.

Other resources: Student Health Services does not endorse these websites but provides them for information only.

- Suicide Prevention Lifeline(1-800-273-TALK (8255)) - National suicide prevention provides immediate assistance to those in a suicidal crisis.

-National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) - Nation's largest grassroots mental health organization.

Free monthly sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing is offered on campus through a partnership with Central Michigan District Health Department, call 989-773-5921, ext. 1409 for more information.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Opportunities for student involvement

- Be a part of the Safer Sex Patrol - For more information visit Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center

Other Resources: Student Health Services does not endorse these websites but provides them for information only.

- CMU Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates (SAPA)

CMCREW does one-on-one consultations, educational programs on-campus, and partners with other offices to help educate the campus community on these important issues.

Other Resources: Student Health Services does not endorse these websites but provides them for information.

College Binge Drinking Information
E-Cigarette and Vaping Information
American Lung Association FREE online smoking cessation program

Nutrition:
Visit ChooseMyPlate.gov to find a customized food plan

Fitness:
Visit University Recreation (URec)

Start walking/checkout the tips and tools from American Heart Association