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Health Resources

Health Links

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.

Alcohol and Drugs

Below are helpful links assisting college students with drug and alcohol prevention.

Dating Abuse

Eating Disorders

Women's Fitness and Nutrition

    Download exercises, healthy recipes, and fitness and nutrition articles.

General Health

Health Insurance

  • Getting Covered
    Resource for young adults and their families about health insurance coverage

Mental and Emotional Health

    A place for youth and emerging adults to access information, resources and tools during tough times.
  • ULifeline
    Offers resources about college student mental health


  • The Trevor Project
    The leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.
  • Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays
    Offers information about PFLAG chapters, getting involved and support for the LGBT community, their family and friends

Sexual Health

  • Go Ask Alice!
    Columbia University's health question and answer site
  • Hooking Up 101
    This 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!
  • Planned Parenthood
    Offers a variety of information about sexual health, pregnancy, relationships, etc.

Self-Harm, Depression, Addiction

  • To Write Love on Her Arms
    A non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for youth struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide

Violence and Sexual Assault

Off Campus Health Resources

Optional Resources for Students Off Campus

Students are responsible for all fees incurred when seeking care off campus.