% of students agree that if they had too much to drink, they would want a friend to call for help Are You Ready to be a Blue Hen Friend? Listed below are tools, tips and strategies to help you and your friends make responsible decisions if you go out. Even if you do...read more
Below you’ll find a variety of resources to promote your wellness. These include article reviews, off-campus services and more. You can use the table of contents to the left to navigate to the resource category you are looking for. Check back regularly to see what new or updated resources are listed on this page. We’ll also post on social media when we’ve added new or updated resources to this page.
Facing Addiction with NCADD is an amazing Addiction Resource Hub that can help pinpoint resources for you and your loved ones. They are dedicated to helping to alleviate and eliminate the epidemic of substance addiction in the United States. They do so by providing...read more
As students here at the University of Delaware, we are more than likely going to be in a situation that involves alcohol. It is important to understand and know all about this substance that can damage ourselves, or the people around us that we care about. College...read more
Yoga for Recovery Event Michael D. Huggins is the founder and Executive Director of Transformation Yoga Project. He is specially trained in applying yoga practices for addiction recovery and trauma-related issues. Michael is a registered yoga instructor (200 RYT) who...read more
RecoveryCampus is an excellent resource for young adult college students that may have questions for their journey in recovery. There are lots of articles about treatment, sober living, and numerous more components! Their mission is to raise awareness about the...read more
atTAcK addiction is an amazing resource if you have any questions regarding recovery! It is a local non-profit organization that wants to raise awareness about the disease of addiction. The staff are incredibly friendly, helpful and are very reliable! Their website is...read more
Use These Tips for a Safer Ride Share Experience While safety can never be guaranteed when using ride share services like Uber and Lyft, these tips can help reduce risk: Share your trip with others. Use “Share my ETA” for Uber or “Send ETA” for...read more
Student Wellness is Excited to Announce the Ability for UD Students to Schedule Individual Counseling Sessions with a Professional Victim Advocate Using Our Online Tool Click the toggle below to read instructions on how to schedule a victim advocacy appointment using...read more
Empowerment Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Assault and/or Survivors of Dating Violence Beginning February 28th for the Spring 2019 semester on Thursdays from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM. Interested students are asked to schedule a 30-min appointment at Student Wellness...read more
Several organizations are working together this Thursday to host a conversation about mental health. Through an online Twitter discussion, students will have a safe space to share how colleges and universities can better support students’ mental health and...read more
Fall Break: Blue Hen Re-Coop Day, classes suspended on Friday, October 11 How will you reflect on your wellness and recommit to your wellbeing? The University of Delaware’s inaugural Blue Hen Re-Coop Day invites you to do just that with optional campus...read more
Have you ever heard about coffee having health benefits? Well, a great website called the Chopra Center made an insightful post titled, “Does Coffee Boost Your Metabolism?“. It explains how coffee really is high in antioxidants, can increase your energy...read more
When you’re living in college, it is a true learning experience about yourself, your major and field, and maybe about sexuality. This resource is a great guide to having healthy relationships in college, campus culture, risk reduction techniques, and other...read more
We’ve updated our BITB® Resource Card with new contact information. This card is a great resource to keep on hand to both support survivors of sexual misconduct AND to review how to intervene safely in situations of sexual misconduct as an active, pro-social...read more
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