Effective 5/9/22, the physical offices for Health Promotion and Advocacy located in the NWQ are closed due to building construction. Victim advocacy and BASICS services are being provided virtually.
Health Promotion & Advocacy is focused on enabling students to take control of their own health and achieve their full health potential.
Caring for your well-being is essential. You@UWM is available online, 24/7 to provide tips and resources on everything from stress and finances, to academics and social connection.
Peer Health Educators develop and present a variety of educational programs and materials for UWM students on a variety of health and wellness topics.
Find helpful programs, services and information on alcohol and other drugs to care for yourself or others.
Supporting your emotional well-being is crucial throughout your academic career. Explore helpful programs and information on self-care strategies, stress management, and suicide prevention.
Learn about available violence prevention programs such as Bringing in the Bystander, healthy relationships, and gender awareness.
Survivor Support & Victim Advocacy Services offers free and confidential services to students who have experienced sexual, domestic, or relationship violence.