UHELPUniversity of Washington's Health Education Leadership Program
UHELP (University of Washington's Health Education Leadership Program) is student-based group that is dedicated to promoting health wellness to the UW population. UHELP is funded through Hall Health Primary Care Center at the University of Washington.
UHELP is now recruiting for new
Peer Health Educators
for the 2012-2013 Academic Year!
If you are interested in promoting healthy choices for your peers, this is the opportunity you have been looking for. We are going to have interviews and acceptances occurring all through fall and winter (rolling admissions)! Apply here to join us!
Alcohol Awareness Week - October 29-31, 10:30am-2:30pm, The HUB
UHELP offers many presentations on health related topics to the University Campus community. Previous presentation groups have included Fraternities, Sororities, Residence Halls, Freshmen Interest Groups (FIGS), and more. We are constantly updating, researching, and improving our presentations.
The WellDawg is researched and written by Peer Health Educators. It is printed and distributed once per quarter to all Greek Housing, Residence Halls, Advising Departments, Hall Health, and other various buildings around campus.
UHELP offers quality, educational bulletin boards covering a variety of health-related topics. You can check these boards out for three weeks at a time with no cost to you. Need more time? Extend your check out period by emailing us and requesting more time.
Did You Know.....
By paying the Student Activity Fee along with your registration, you are eligible for many services at Hall Health Primary Care Center at no extra charge!
These services include:
- - Unlimited visits with a Consulting Nurse.
- - Advice about concerns regarding HIV and STDs.
- - Reproductive Health Counseling.
- - Unlimited access to the Wellness Resource Center (WRC), Room 187 in Hall Health.
- - Blood pressure screening and consultation.
- - Smoking cessation assistance.
- - One visit per quarter for acute illness/injury (This does not include routine physicals and annual women's exams).
- - One Crisis Intervention counseling session per full academic year.
- - After-hours Consulting Nurse Service for urgent emergencies.