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Archives for July 2016
Why it was time for a change and what you’ll find on the new site.
Alcohol evaluation programs hope to examine, inspire change in high-risk drinkersUW-Madison students who are found responsible for violating either University Housing policy or state drinking laws will be required to take an educational alcohol program to help them consider their drinking and the effect it’s having on their success at UW-Madison.Choices About Alcohol is a […]
MHS Services provides ongoing consultation to faculty, advisors, and other university staff.
In an individual, 50-minute counseling session, mental health providers work with students to address emotional, psychological, physical, academic, or spiritual issues that cause dysfunction or distress.
Mental Health Services is a resource to parents, roommates, and friends who may be concerned about a student or who want more information on a particular mental health issue.
Group counseling provides an opportunity to share experiences, learn perspectives, and experiment with new behaviors in a safe and supportive environment.
A list of frequently asked questions (and their answers) about UHS Mental Health Services.
UHS has 24-hour crisis intervention services for students or those who are concerned about a student.
Reproductive hazards may affect the health of men and women and the ability of couples to have healthy children.
Employees may choose or be required to use hearing protection based on role, task or facility. EOH coordinates compliance for OSHA 1910.95 occupational noise exposure standard.