The Allergy Clinic offers services for students with diagnosed allergies.
If your students are experiencing unusual levels of stress, you may wish to refer them to the proper services to help them learn coping strategies. Learn about the different levels of support and how to make referrals.
A variety of counseling services are available to mett your needs, from individual appointments to couples counseling.
The general clinic is designed to help students with most minor ailments and injuries. If you have urgent concerns, some same-day appointments are available, or our staff can discuss your other options.
In addition to counseling services, CWRU provides a variety of self-assessment options for students who need help resolving their difficulties or solving issues related to personal growth. Self-assessment can help students learn more about themselves and determine whether they need further evaluation from a counselor or therapist.
Some services, such as titers, immunizations and STI testing, will incur costs during your appointment with the health service.
Prevention & Recovery Services is a program designed to help students achieve sobriety through substance abuse prevention, education, Recovery House living, and campus-community alliances. Our mission is to help students make a commitment to recovery, excel in scholarship, personal growth, social responsibility and ethical leadership.
The Women's Clinic, located on the second floor of the Health Service Building, is specially designed to meet the needs of female students.