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Wellness Toolbox

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Welcome to the Wellness Toolbox

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The Wellness Toolbox includes information, resources, and apps, that may be helpful as you navigate well-being as a student at Gonzaga. Whether you are seeking tools for yourself or a friend, we are glad you’re here.

99% of Gonzaga undergrads say they respect their peers who use campus resources to improve their health or well-being.
- Quick College Health Survey 2018

Alcohol & Other Drugs

Anxiety

Body Image

Depression

Grief

Identity & Inclusion

Life Balance & Stress

Mindfulness

Personal Growth & Resilience

Relationships

Sexual Health

Sexual Misconduct

Sleep

Suicide & Self-Harm

Transitions

Common Resources

Campus Resources Matrix - If you aren't sure where to start, check out this list of campus offices that can help with specific questions or concerns.

REFER Form - This is one way you can share that you are concerned about a student. Someone from the Center for Cura Personalis, or their designee, will reach out to offer support and resources.

What is Health & Counseling? - Health & Counseling Services functions as your private physician's office and counseling center. Learn more about the services available through this office.

Community Resources - In addition to the great resources available on campus, there are a number of resources available in the Spokane community to assist you with your personal well-being while you are at Gonzaga.

The content of the toolbox pages is not intended to diagnose, treat, or provide a second opinion on any health issue. The information is not a substitute for the services of medical professionals; users should consult a health care provider for specific medical advice. Links to external websites are provided solely for the convenience of users. These sites are not managed by Gonzaga University and the organization assumes no responsibility for their content.