Health and Wellness Resources

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On-Campus Resources

Support at Brandeis offers a comprehensive list of Brandeis support services for undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty. The site is designed to help you find the support you need, whether it's related to academics, technology, finances, discrimination, sexual misconduct, physical and mental health, and safety.

Health and Wellness Promotion (HAWP) offers educational programming and health information by topic, including:

Alcohol Use, Cold and Flu, Eating Concerns, Fitness and Exercise, Mindfulness and Sleep, Nutrition and Cooking, Smoking and Cannibas Use, Stress Management, etc.

The Brandeis Counseling Center (BCC) provides counseling for graduate and undergraduate students. All concerns are addressed with sensitivity to and respect for diversity and individuality. The BCC serves as a resource to the entire Brandeis community with the strictest standards of privacy and confidentiality.

The Office of Prevention, Advocacy and Resource Center (PARC) coordinates sexual assault and power-based violence prevention efforts in the campus community; serves as an advocate for student survivors; provides confidential support services to survivors; acts as a liaison to student organizations working on sexual violence prevention and intervention.

Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (BEMCo) is Brandeis' student-run volunteer emergency medical service. Under the guidance of the Director of Public Safety and the Medical Director of the Brandeis Health Center, BEMCo continues to meet the emergency medical needs of the community.

Web Resources

The Merck Manual is a reliable and comprehensive source of information on medical topics, symptoms, drugs and medical procedures, written in everyday language.