wellness 2009 annual report
JUNE 2009 A core value of the WWC is that educational programs and ser- vices are developed through the application of scientific evidence and relevant research. The strategic plan of the Wellness Center begins with the following four goal statements: Responsible Consumption Club 11 Wellness Strengths 13 Green Dot 5 Executive Summaries 2 Team Work & Collaboration 7 Safety Survey 4 Ping My Health 3 Be That Friend 6 Alcohol-Wise 11 Rock Against Rape 4 Campus- Community Coalition 10- 11 7
Wildcat Wellness Center INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Executive Summaries 2 Ping My Health 3 SAVA Training 3 Safety Survey 4 Rock Against Rape 4 Green Dot 5 Be That Friend 6 Safe Spring Break/ Sexual Responsibility Week 7 Team Work & Collaboration 7 Wellness Factoids 8-9 CampusCommunity Coalition 1011 Responsible Consumption Club 11 Alcohol-Wise 11 Prevention Puzzle 12 Wellness Strengths 13 Annual Report 2008-2009 JU NE 2009 The mission of the WILDCAT WELLNESS CENTER (WWC) is to provide services within a framework of cultural competence to reduce high-risk behavior related to alcohol and drug misuse; to provide sexual assault prevention, response and advocacy; and to promote other positive health behaviors among all CWU students. A core value of the WWC is that educational programs and services are developed through the application of scientific evidence and relevant research. The strategic plan of the Wellness Center begins with the following four goal statements: Decrease the misuse of alcohol and marijuana by CWU students. Decrease the incidence of sexual assault and improve the sexual assault response to the CWU community. Promote positive health behaviors of CWU through collaboration with other departments. students Deliver all programs and services with respect and with special attention to the racial, ethnic and other diverse backgrounds and needs of our students.