Health Promotion: the process of enabling people to increase control over and improve their health.
We're here to support the health and well-being of the Carnegie Mellon community, through individual clinical services, health education programs, and campus initiatives.
Health Education Programs
Alcohol & Other Substance Use
- Alcohol Jeopardy
- PHA Pong
- Mindfulness & Meditation (M & Ms)
- Mini M & Ms
Sexual Health & Healthy RelationshipsPresented by the Peer Health Advocates
- Sex: The Ins & Outs
- Sexpectations & Their Aftermath
- GYN Health
- Barrier Demos
- It's a Mouthful: Safer Oral Sex
- Wetter is Better
- Healthy, Unhealthy or Abusive? 101
- Snooze, Don't Lose!
- Tartan Nutrition Tips: Smart Snacking
This 8-hour course teaches how to offer initial help in a mental health crisis and connect persons to appropriate resources.
Fall 2018 training dates:
- Tuesday, October 23 - FULL
- Wednesday, November 14
- Friday, December 14
The CMU Collegiate Recovery Program (CRC) strives to connect, support, and engage students (and allies) in or seeking recovery from alcohol and other drugs.
Green Dot training teaches how to be an active bystander around dating/domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in our community.
If you are a student and would like more information/ to get involved, contact us.
Staff/Faculty can request a 60-90 minute program.
We offer free health promotion supplies like safer sex barriers, cold care kits, health education literature, etc. for student leaders to supply to their communities.
Every three years University Health Services, Counseling & Psychological Services, and University Athletics partner with Institutional Research and Analysis to conduct a Community Health Assessment on the Pittsburgh campus.
Individual Clinical Services
Health Promotion appointments include: Alcohol & Substance Use Assessments, Quit Smoking Support, Sleep Assessments, Stress Consultations, and Sexual Health Testing and Education.