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Outreach and Programs
Managing your own health and wellness can be challenging, especially while working and studying in the health professions. Our programs and training opportunities are designed to meet you where you are in your individual health and well-being goals, in and out of the classroom.
The AIMS program has professional staff and peer representatives available to assist students who experience issues or have questions related to substance use or concerning behaviors.
AIMS has a fund allocated to help students host substance-conscious and substance free events.
Campus Connect is an interactive and experiential training for staff, administrators, faculty, and student leaders that provides knowledge and skills to support CUIMC students in crisis or distress.
Addiction Information and Management Strategies (AIMS) in collaboration with CUIMC Mental Health Service offer trainings on Motivational Interviewing (MI) free to CUIMC students.
The AIMS program has partnered with Dr. Kellie Bryant, DNP, to develop an initiative to ensure that every CUIMC student has an opportunity to be trained to carry naloxone.
Social Host alcohol training (SoHo training) is a one session required workshop for CUIMC student leaders who would like to host a university-sanctioned event with the inclusion of alcohol.
The Well-being and Health Promotion team collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to develop relevant trainings and programs that can be infused into the curriculum or stand alone.
Student Health on Haven offers programs to support your health and well-being during graduate school.