Health Education and Promotion offer a variety of programs to assist students in making healthy choices. Click on the links below to learn more about our programs and services:
Nutrition 101 Workshops
Contraception & Sexual Health (CASH) Consultations
"Titan Up the Party" Social Host Workshops
Titan Fitness Challenge
Suicide Prevention Program
Nutrition 101 Workshops offer guidance on how to create healthy and balanced meals. Workshops are peer facilitated by CSUF Nutrition Advocates and are offered several times a week:
- Wednesdays (1:30 – 3:30 pm)
- Wednesdays (4 - 6 pm)
- Thursdays (10 am – 12 pm)
This is an opportunity to learn more about nutrition in a small group setting. To sign up for a Nutrition 101 workshop schedule a nutrition consultation please contact Darany Hoang at (657) 278-7223.
Free tobacco/smoking cessation classes are available to CSUF students, staff and faculty through Anaheim Regional Medical Center. Classes are offered in a variety of formats (outlined below), and all formats address issues such as identifying triggers, developing coping skills, making lifestyle changes, creating a support system, and preventing a relapse. All classes are held within a 5 minute drive from campus.
Cessation Class Formats Available:
- A Five-week cessation class series
- Single meeting educational seminar
- Individual counseling sessions
- Telephone hot-line
- Support group
- Free nicotine patches for adults 18 and over who complete cessation classes
Consultations include a discussion of various birth control methods, sexually transmitted infections, healthy decision making, partner communication, and other reproductive health issues. Consultations are 30-60 minutes and are held in the Student Health and Counseling Center – West. Consultations are recommended for any student enrolling in Family PACT, any student interested in hormonal contraception, or anyone looking for general reproductive health information. To schedule a consultation, please call Kerri Boyd at (657) 278-2847.
Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) is a 2-session program designed to assist students with high risk drinking behaviors to set goals to reduce their drinking. Not a cessation program, BASICS uses motivational interviewing to allow students to identify behaviors they can change to reduce harm related to drinking.
CHOICES is a two-part interactive workshop that addresses how to make informed decisions about alcohol use. Participants will discuss strategies to reduce their risk of alcohol-related harm for themselves and others. The CHOICES program is delivered over two sessions, each running 90 minutes, in the Student Health and Counseling Center on selected Fridays. For more information or to sign up for a CHOICES workshop, For further information or sign up for a CHOICES workshop please contact Jovannys Mejia at (657) 278-7915.
Workshops are available to assist student clubs and organizations in planning social events that are safe and adhere to university policies about alcohol use. Topics covered include risk management strategies, event planning, and liability issues with regard to alcohol. To schedule a workshop with your student club, please contact Jovannys Mejia at (657) 278-7915, or Nari Darst at (657) 278-7460.
The Titan Fitness Challenge occurs each spring semester, and is a 10 week competition that encourages contestants to get healthy and fit. As part of the program, contestants only are required to attend individualized weekly nutritional consults and weigh-in. Contestants will be provided with a comprehensive nutrition education that includes getting adequate nutrients within calorie needs, shopping and eating out tips, and meal planning and healthy snacking on a budget. Ultimately, the goal is to motivate contestants to reach and maintain their goals of eating better and staying physically active. Check your student portal and ASI website for applications and deadlines.
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Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death in college students, and is preventable. Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) is a 90-minute training facilitated by a mental health professional and certified educator. Students and staff are often in excellent positions to prevent suicide by being able to refer someone who may need help. QPR is designed to empower bystanders to help someone who may be considering suicide. QPR consists of three important life-saving skills:
Question…a person about suicide,
Persuade…the person to get help,
Refer…the person to the appropriate resources
This training program is limited to 30 participants.
To schedule the QPR workshop, or learn more about suicide prevention programs on campus, please contact Darany Hoang, Health Educator, at (657) 278-7223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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