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Updated - 3/30/20
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Key Online Resources
  • Relaxation Exercises – These are CWC produced videos with guided meditations and relaxation exercises.
  • Suggested Apps – CWC suggested phone and web apps, which are useful for a range of concerns, from grief to daily wellness.
  • Kognito – Kognito is a free online resource to help you notice when students show signs of stress, learn how to talk about these signs, practice sharing your concerns, and learn how to motivate them to seek help.
County’s health department creates new call center
The Alachua County Health Department has created a new call center for the community to address questions about testing and any concerns with COVID-19. The call center’s phone number is 352-334-8810.
The originally announced number, 352-225-4181, will be for practitioners with screening/testing or referral questions.

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If there is an immediate threat to self or others, you are strongly encouraged to contact 911.

The CWC has Crisis Services available for students in need of immediate emotional support.

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The University of Florida has joined JED Campus, a nationwide initiative of The Jed Foundation.

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We foster student development through compassion, empowerment, advocacy, hope, empathy, and heart.

At the Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC) we believe that the college years are a time for change, growth, inquiry, and development. We strive to help students learn the skills to cope with the stresses of change and growth so they are better able to learn and thrive after their time as a student is over.

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CWC Spotlight

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BAM! Best Allyship Movement

BAM! is a self-guided online course designed to help you grow and expand your multicultural understanding.

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Chronically Stressed? Help Yourself in 4 Steps

Learning these stress management skills are a great way to help break the cycle of chronic stress. Here’s how you can start the process in four clear steps.

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Welcome to the Mind & Body Center

Note: Starting 3/13/20 the Mind & Body Center will be relocated to 3190 Radio Road (main CWC offices).

The Mind & Body Center is a place to learn about reducing stress and improving well-being through a variety of online, technological, and in-person resources.

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