Having trouble establishing and keeping health goals? A member of the Student Health Promotion team can help students establish a personal health goal action plan.
HIV, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Testing
No excuses. Get tested. Student Health Promotion offers free, confidential HIV testing for Georgia State University students.
Trying to quit? As the saying goes, quitters always win! Students can win back their health by participating in individual or group tobacco cessation programs at Student Health Promotion.
Free Condom and Dental Dam Distribution
Students who need help identifying the best barrier method for them can get assistance from Student Health Promotion. Student Health Promotion offers free male and female condoms, dental dams and lubricant. Stop by the office on the second floor of Citizen’s Trust Building, 75 Piedmont, Suite 241, to learn more or pick up a pack today.
CHOICES: A Brief Alcohol Abuse Program
The mission of the CHOICES program is to educate college students about the effects of alcohol on their behavior, to promote self-evaluation of drinking patterns and to build of effective coping strategies to make informed decisions and reduce their alcohol-related risk and harm. While it is important to acknowledge that any underage alcohol use is illegal, it is equally important to provide young people with accurate information and strategies for reducing their risk if they choose to drink alcohol. The first session will meet for one and a half hours, and the second meeting will last an hour. These seminars will be offered approximately twice a month. Classes are limited to 12 participants per class.