Health P.A.W.S. Presents... 

Invite The Health Promotion and Wellness Services Department into your classroom, organizational meeting, Sorority/Fraternity gathering, or resident hall meeting for a 45-50 minute presentation. We will do our best to accommodate your request. 

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Topics Include: 

Stress LESSon 

Being a college student can be stressful. Gain tips and tools on managing stress and maintaining good mental health. 

Sex Jeopardy

Sex Jeopardy is a fun and interactive way to address the topics of safer sex and pregnancy prevention.

Eating Well on a Budget

A healthy diet does not need to be expensive and time consuming. This presentation will focus on simple strategies that yield the most benefits to your health. Topics include the basics of nutrient density, strategies to plan, purchase, and prepare healthy meals and snacks, eating away from home, and helpful resources.

Protect Your ‘Dogs: Alcohol Overdose Prevention

This presentation gives students an overview of alcohol consumption and discusses the myths associated with drinking, tips on responsible drinking and how to help someone suffering from an alcohol overdose.

Question Persuade Refer (QPR) for Suicide Prevention

Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for college students. This presentation covers information on helping others, misconceptions about suicide, warning signs, and how to refer a person for help. Requires a minimum of 1 hour (can be split between two class periods). Students will receive a certificate acknowledging their training in QPR.

Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription drugs are now the leading cause of death in the U.S. The Lock it Up Project presents information on the dangers of drug abuse, real life stories, how to help a friend and finding community resources.

Up in Smoke: Myths and Misconceptions around Marijuana Use

Marijuana continues to be the most commonly used illicit drug in the U.S. The Performing Above the High (PATH) Project presents information on the consequences and misconceptions associated with the use of marijuana.