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Health Promotion

We support a holistic approach to the health and wellness of students, faculty, staff, and community members. We frequently partner with campus-wide departments to offer educational programming and prevention services, while creating and building community. Our prevention and educational approach to health and wellness focuses on changing behaviors, healthy lifestyle choices, and creating a unified culture to educate the campus community on the lifelong benefits of maintaining a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle.

We strive to empower the university community to make informed decisions and develop skills that enhance well-being, to foster a campus environment in which employees and students thrive intellectually, spiritually, socially, and physically by developing collaborative relationships and educational outreach.
Health Promotion: COVID-19 Update

At this time, we will not be operating the massage therapy program until the “green” stage of the University Physical Distancing Framework.  To accommodate sessions in 2021, the expiration date of any unused sessions from March 16, 2020 – December 31, 2020 will be extended until December 31, 2021.  Massage sales are currently suspended at this time.  If you would like to request a refund for any unused sessions due to COVID-19, please contact Heather Sadowski at hsadowsk@richmond.edu.

Recovery Ally Training

Recovery Ally Training confronts myths and stigma regarding addiction and recovery from it. Find out what you can do to help individuals who may be struggling with substance use. Become part of a UR community that values and supports others in seeking and sustaining long-term recovery.

This online training is FREE and open to the entire University of Richmond Community and their families. Please register here to attend. Wednesday, November 11, 4-6:30 pm. 

 http://bit.ly/RecoveryAllyUR

To request a Recovery Ally group training or for information and recovery resources on and off the UR Campus contact Recovery Support Specialist, Sarah Clark Wood, Ph.D. at sarah.wood@richmond.edu or find Spiders Support Recovery online at https://bit.ly/34FIZDO or @spiderssupportrecovery. 

For more information about Spiders Support Recovery, please click visit our website here

 

Contact Health Promotion

Heather Sadowski
Director of Health Promotion
Health Promotion-Weinstein Center
Phone: (804) 287-6368

Sarah Lee
Health Educator
Health Promotion-Weinstein Center
Phone: (804) 289-8581

Kaylin Tingle
Healthy Relationship and Violence Prevention Educator
Health Promotion-Sarah Brunet Hall
Phone: (804) 289-8654
 

Request a Program

The Department of Health Promotion offers a wide variety of educational programs, workshops, and trainings for students and employees. This form can also be completed by any University member who wants to request a program for their group.

 

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