Welcome to Student Health and Wellness Services
Health and wellness services coordinates and facilitates programming for health and wellness education and awareness campaigns for high risk behaviors, healthy behaviors and title IX violence intervention and prevention themes for all students throughout the district. This includes Yuma, Somerton, San Luis, and Parker. Programming includes campus activities and marketing surrounding our monthly themes to ensure student learning outcomes that will have a positive impact on students and lead to happy and successful lives.
Each month throughout the academic year hosts one health or risk behavior theme and one Title IX theme. Be on the lookout for e-newsletters, trainings, activities, and events related to these themes and more.
- January – Body Image & Stalking
- February –Nutrition/Exercise/Heart Health & Healthy Relationships
- March – Smoking Cessation/Self-harm & Discrimination
- April – Drug and Alcohol Awareness & Sexual Assault
- May – Mental Health & Harassment
- June/July – Sun Safety
- August – Welcoming Intro and Resources & Consent
- September – Suicide Awareness and Prevention & Healthy Relationships
- October – Cancer Awareness & Domestic Violence
- November – Healthy and Risk behaviors
(sleep, stress management, hygiene, seatbelt use, texting and driving, DUI & Bullying)
- December – Health Insurance & Sexual Health
Make an Appointment
AWC is committed to the health and safety of all members of our community. Make an appointment below:Make An Appointment
The office of Health and wellness exists to support students and their success. We are here to help students achieve their academic goals by encouraging a balance of health and well-being. We do our best to ensure the college experience is positive, rewarding and successful. Students have access to a safe place to talk and get help dealing with anything as it relates to their personal health and/or wellness; anything from medical complications to stress or life issues and struggles. Students can receive stress and time management tips as well as practice self-care and compassion. Students can also receive assistance connecting to campus and community members to meet their needs as well as receive resources and referrals. We also have a Student of concern report or “IR” incident report which allows us to have a transparent and universal referral process available to the campus community for students of concern and can remain anonymous.
Our staff is committed to:
- Promoting mental health awareness
- Educating in and out of the classroom
- Encouraging positive life changes
- Promoting healthy relationships
- Advocating for the human experience
- Supporting a healthy and well-balanced environment on campus
- Providing resources to assist each student with success
For more information, please contact us.