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Northwest Missouri State University


Services

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Outpatient Clinical Services

  • Diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury
  • Laboratory services
  • Gynecology services
  • Contraceptive care for women and men
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing
  • HIV testing and counseling
  • Depression and Anxiety Screening
  • Sutures and wound care
  • Minor procedures (ingrown toenails, splinter removal, etc.)
  • Allergy injections
  • Health risk appraisals and health maintenance
  • Immunizations
  • Sports medicine
  • Eating disorder evaluation and management
  • Nutrition Counseling with a Registered Dietician

Wellness and Public Health Services

  • Health education materials and opportunities for students (speakers, brochures and videos, awareness weeks, campus activities, etc.)
  • Peer Education program
  • Programs for students who have experienced difficulties related to alcohol, tobacco, and drug use
  • Advisement of student groups
  • Notification of the campus community of health risks and recommendations related to illness
  • Collaboration with campus TV, radio, and newspaper to provide health and wellness information to the campus community
  • Coordination of a Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program for the campus, including Sexual Assault Hot Line, advocacy services for victims, and University representation on the community Sexual Assault Response Team
  • Coordination of health services in planning for response to bioterrorism and other emergency situations

Other Programs Directed by University Wellness Services

PROJECT HOPE Suicide Prevention Program

Funded through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The guiding principle of this grant is to foster the healthiest learning environment possible for its students through the collaboration of the university and its partners in the Maryville Community in the domain of suicide prevention adn the promotion of mental health services. Through education, training, policy development, and collaboration, Northwest's program aims to reduce suicides and suicidal behaviors on its campus.

Student Groups and Programs

Peer Education Program

For more information on Peer Education please click here or e-mail peeredu@nwmissouri.edu.