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Disclaimer: The following links will take you off the Capital University website. Capital University is not responsible for the content of these off-site pages. Please be a sensible consumer of health information on the web. Contact your physician or health care professional if you have questions about any of the information you find on the web.
Below are helpful links assisting college students with drug and alcohol prevention.
Student Handbook – Alcohol and other Drugs PoliciesDrug Free School and Communities Act PolicyAlcohol CalculatorsAlcohol Use Checkup: E CheckUP TO GOCHOICES ProgramCollege Drinking Fact Sheet for ParentsCollege DrinkingCollege Drinking Fact SheetCritical Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol PoisoningFacts about Alcohol PoisoningFacts on Tap Getting Help, Numbers, Support, Etc.Myths about Alcohol, InteractiveSmokingSummer Drinking
Love is Respect and Break the CycleIs a friend's or your relationship abusive? Take a relationship makeover quiz and learn about dating abuse.
National Eating Disorders AssociationNEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care.
Fitness.comDownload exercises, healthy recipes, and fitness and nutrition articles.
Student Health 101An interactive health magazine for college studentsThe Centers for Disease Control and PreventionComprehensive information for college students and their families. Topics include health and safety, health for men and women, holiday health tips, and more.Mayo ClinicMedical information and tools for healthy living
Getting CoveredResource for young adults and their families about health insurance coverage
mindyourmind.caA place for youth and emerging adults to access information, resources and tools during tough times.
ULifelineOffers resources about college student mental health
The Trevor ProjectThe leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youthParents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and GaysOffers information about PFLAG chapters, getting involved and support for the LGBT community, their family and friends
Go Ask Alice!Columbia University's health question and answer site
Hooking Up 101This 30-minute session offered by Capital University educates students on how to put on a condom properly, the differences between oil and water lubricants, how to do a self breast or testicular exam, and the different kinds of barriers, such as female condoms, finger cots, and dental dams. Call 614-236-6114 or email to sign up today!
SmarterSex.orgSexual health website for college studentsPlanned ParenthoodOffers a variety of information about sexual health, pregnancy, relationships, etc.
To Write Love on Her ArmsA non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for youth struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide
WomensLaw.orgProvides legal information and online support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assaultNational Center for Victims of CrimeVictim assistance, VictimLaw database, stalking resource center and moreRape, Abuse and Incest National NetworkRAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization.
Students are responsible for all fees incurred when seeking care off campus. CVS Minute Clinic2532 E. Main St., Columbus, Ohio 43209614-235-3024 East Broad Adult Urgent Care (affiliated with Mt. Carmel Hospital)6435 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43123 614-355-8150Mt Carmel East Hospital 6001 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43213614-234-6000O.S.U. East Hospital Emergency Care 1492 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43205614-257-3000Grant Medical Center111 S. Grant Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43215 614-566-9000