Health and Wellness
Through our ‘Live Well to Learn Well’ programming, the Student Life Department is committed to providing students, faculty, and staff with a list of resources and services to serve the health and wellness needs of the community.
Student Health 101 is a magazine (provided by College Health Services, LLC) comprised of 10 digital editions on a monthly basis from September through June each school year.Issues have relevant articles as it relates to total health and wellness. Articles often feature information on good study habits, restorative sleep, healthy relationships, and of course, exercise and nutrition. Access to the Electronic
Mental health is a key part of your overall health. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional. This program is completely anonymous and confidential, and immediately following the brief questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations, and key resources. This screening also includes an alcohol use and substance use component, as these play a significant role in mental health.
Here you will find a list of mental health and social services resources. The list is comprised of state-funded and non-profit groups, who aim to assist members of the community during times of need. Some of the groups include Delaware Health and Social Services, the substance abuse hotline, suicide hotlines, and contact information for psychiatric counseling centers.
Alcohol Edu is a free, online training that educates students on the mental and physical effects of alcohol and other drugs, prepares students to engage in bystander intervention, and reinforces healthy decision-making related to alcohol and drugs. To take the course, click here and click on "Register." Once taken to a new page, enter the code: a98a055a. Students will need to create an account in order to complete the training.
Understanding the benefits of being part of a diverse community is relevant to college life. In this online training, students can learn about the key concepts related to identity, bias, and privilege, and will develop the skills related to ally behavior, self-care, and creating inclusive spaces. To take the course, click here and click on "Register." Once taken to a new page, enter the code: e4798ed1. Students will need to create an account in order to complete the training.
SmartDriveU is a free, online defensive driving course certified by the Delaware Insurance Commissioner’s Office. Its mission is simple, to reduce
TrustScripts is a FREE discount prescription card made possible through a partnership between Wilmington University and TrustScripts. There are over 56,000 pharmacies in the TrustScripts network which also includes some of the largest pharmacies such as CVS and Wal-mart. The pharmacies are contracted to deliver some of the highest discount rates in the industry. When you use your card at these locations you can receive discounts on your prescriptions anywhere from 10 to 85%.
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Area Programs and Resources
Here you will find a list of nearby health and recreational resources. This list provides links to different support groups, CPR classes, recreational leagues, and much more.
Links for Cancer support groups, community events, conferences, Diabetes
Sections of this guide and website include information on: sports and athletics (basketball leagues, soccer leagues, volleyball leagues), community and recreation centers (which offer free and affordable programs such as fitness classes, open gym time, yoga, dancing, and more), and Carousel Park (which offers Zumba and fitness classes).
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