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Health and Wellness Resources

On Campus Resources:

Counseling and Psychological ServicesCounseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers a broad range of therapeutic services year-round for students.

Services for Students with DisabilitiesProvides academic accommodations, support services, self-advocacy skill training, and disability-related educational programming for the University community.

Pacific RecreationPacific Recreation provides high quality, remarkable programs and services that foster the development of whole person wellness.

Pacific Food PantryAn on-campus resource for students, staff, and faculty facing food insecurity. 

Woman's Resource CenterProvides various programming for issues that impact the lives of women identified students and community members.

Pride Resource Center: Provides resources for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGTBQIA) community, friends, and family at Pacific.

Sexual Misconduct Resources Provides resources for how to learn more about, seek help for, and file a report of sexual misconduct.

Religious and Spiritual LifeFacilitate religious life in all its many forms and to provide a safe place for students and others to ask questions about meaning and purpose in life, often in relation to a supreme being, the world, and others around you.

 Online Resources:

Center for Disease and Control Prevention A-Z Index: The index includes common and scientific terms to meet the needs of consumers as well as health professionals.

Health and Safety for College StudentsTips for College Health and Safety

California Department of Public Health (CDPH)- Let's Talk Cannabis: CDPH is working to increase awareness about cannabis and how it affects our bodies, minds and health. Learn more about cannabis use to make safe and informed choices.

Go Ask Alice!: This website is a Columbia University Health Question & Answer Internet Service providing reliable health information. You can ask a question or read the archives to nearly 3,000 previously posted Q & A.

National Institutes of Health: A part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, NIH is the largest biomedical research agency in the world.

Bedsider: Everything you need to know about birth control.

Online Alcohol Screening: How much is too much? Is the way or amount I drink harming my health? Should I cut down on my drinking? Answering these questions will take only a few minutes, and will give you personalized results based on your age, gender and drinking patterns. 

Above the Influence: National Anti-Drug Campaign and resources.

Student Health 101: A place where students can educate themselves on health-related matters including mental health, stress management, academic performance, body image, alcohol and drugs, and more.

The online resources cited are not endorsed nor developed by the University of the Pacific.