Current Events

Student Health Services Events & Workshops


Updates on Fall Events coming soon!

 

Read the Current Issue of SRJC's Student Health 101 Online Magazine

Student Health Services offers SRJC Students FREE access to an online magazine that promotes better health for college students. For the current SRJC issue, visit Student Health 101. This monthly, interactive online magazine covers topics such as nutrition and exercise, reducing stress, colds & flu.

New to college? The College Survival Guide issue shares some important information about student services at SRJC and includes great articles about time management, what instructors want from you, and tips on how to fit in healthy eating and workouts while being a busy college student.

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Get updates about campus health and wellness by text: 

Text: "SANTAROSA" to: 40691


FREE FOOD ON CAMPUS!
Produce Distribution Weekly in Petaluma

Wednesdays,  11:00am - 1:00pm

Healthy eating contributes to wellness and success in school.  Student Health Services partners with the Redwood Empire food bank to distribute fruit, vegetables and other foods every Wednesday from 11:00am - 1:00pm at SRJC Petaluma.


Fidget to Focus: Organize Your Life

Coming Fall, 2017 - Days & Times To Be Announced

Co-facilitated by Courtney Avvampato & Emory Strickland

This group is intended to help those with symptoms of ADD/ADHD cope with the demands of daily life, especially in academics. Skills addressed include improving organization, planning, and prioritizing.

Come support and be supported by others going through similar struggles while building new skills to overcome difficulties.


Other Groups to be Announced for the Fall, 2017 Semester so Stay Tuned!

All groups are free with unlimited sessions for SRJC students. Groups start when enough students have signed-up, unless noted above.

If you are interested in attending these groups, call SPS at 524-1595 or stop by Plover rm 559. All groups are supervised by Bert Epstein, Psy.D.