Health & Wellness Services

Please contact Riley Reynolds at rileyreynolds@suu.edu or 435-865-8435 if you have questions regarding Services. 

Self Care Station

  • Educational handouts and resources on various health related topics
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Condoms
  • First Aid supplies (band aids, wraps, ointments,  
  • Cough Drops, Tylenol, Tums, UTI relief 
  • Tissues
  • Personal hygiene
  • Emergency preparedness kits 

Counseling and Psychological Services

Students have the opportunity to meet with a trained counselor and educator in a confidential face-to-face session. During the session, individualized screening and feedback on a variety of substance-related behaviors is provided. This service is designed to inform participants of the risk and protective factors, as well as behaviors that can help them to maximize their health and safety.
Free & Confidential
For more information about this service, contact CAPS or visit the CAPS website.


Mental Health Support Peers

Mental Health Support Peers work alongside students experiencing mental health challenges. Peer Mentors support students through group and individual outreach in order to teach and transfer mental wellness skills in the service of connecting students with clinical supports/therapeutic alliance. SUU CAPS Peer Mental Health Support Workers also refer students to campus and community wellness resources, lead and deliver outreach education on student mental wellness, and work in collaboration with many campus departments. 


Connect Care 

Connect Care provides another option for accessing convenient, high quality urgent care from Intermountain whenever and wherever you need it. Use your smartphone, tablet, or computer to connect with an Intermountain Clinician just $59 a visit. Some insurance is accepted, but not required.

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