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Health & Wellness Services

Please contact Jessie Mineer at jessiemineer@suu.edu or 435-865-8435 if you have questions regarding Services.


Self Care Station

  • Light Therapy Lamps
  • Menstrual products, Midol, UTI relief
  • Condoms, pregnancy tests
  • First Aid supplies (band aids, wraps, ointments, cough drops, thermometer, etc.)
  • Tylenol
  • Masks, gloves
  • Hair ties
  • Antacid, Nauzene
  • MiraLax
  • Sunscreen
  • Benadryl (upon request)
  • Tissues, personal hygiene
  • Blood glucose monitoring system, snacks
  • Emergency preparedness kits
  • Educational handouts and resources on various health topics
  • Emergen-C

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.


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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 Wellness Room

The Health and Wellness room provides privacy and tranquility for any who may need it. The wellness room is great for those who need to hold meetings, complete an exam, or just need a safe place to rest. The wellness room is open for scheduling for students and faculty, just stop by our office to check it's availability. 


Other Resources

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RX Drop Box

The RX Drop box in the Health & Wellness center is accepting any unwanted or expired mediation from students. Students can drop off prescriptions, vitamins, ointments, pet medications, and over-the-counter medications as well.

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Biofeedback

We also offer a computer program designed to help students gain control over their varying stress levels. You can practice mental exercises designed to lower heart rate, temperature, and increase productivity.

Health and Wellness Bi-Tappers

Bi-Tapps

The Health & Wellness center offers Touch Points Bi-Tappers. Bi-Tappers are clinically proven to help manage stress, increase focus, and improve performance. Students can come to the Health & Wellness office and rent out the Bi-Tappers for as long as a month. One set of Bi-Tappers is always in the office available for students to walk-in and use.

 

 

 

Orlando Rodriguez

Orlando Rodriguez 

He/Him
Psy.D. Graduate Assistant

Orlando is a first-year graduate student working on his Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology at SUU. Orlando is also working in the Health & Wellness office this semester (ST 175) serving as a graduate assistant. He obtained his bachelors degree from SUU in Psychology and Biology with and interest in health and child/adolescent psychology. He has training in mental health first aid and other resources that can be helpful for students. Orlando is more than happy to meet with students providing a listening ear or any support they may need. He also helps with biofeedback with relaxation exercises to help with stress, anxiety, and any other mental health needs. Lastly, Orlando enjoys spending time what his fiance and their dog, going to the gym, hiking, and many other outdoor activities. 

You can reach Orlando at this email: Orlandorodriguez@suu.edu