UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Student Health and Counseling Services offers on-campus professional mental health counseling services, clinical health services contracted through Vibrant Health Family Clinic in River Falls and Pierce County Reproductive Health Services in River Falls, and holistic educational and preventative initiatives and programming.
EMERGENCIES: Where do I go for a medical or mental health emergency?
Medical emergencies call 911. View our Emergencies/Crisis Situations web page
Where do I go when I get sick, injured, or need a physical exam? Certain clinical health services are covered for UWRF students by Student Health Services through: Vibrant Health Family Clinics in River Falls: 1687 East Division Street, River Falls. For an appointment: call 715-425-6701 (Taxi Service free with student ID).
Where do I go when I need to talk to a personal counselor?
UWRF Counseling Services: 211 Hagestad Hall
For an appointment: call 715-425-3884 (Appointment information).
Alcohol and other drug assessments are also available for currently enrolled UWRF students through UWRF Counseling Services (a fee is charged for sanctioned assessments)
Where can I go for contraception, safer sex supplies, and STD testing and treatment? Certain clinical health services are covered for UWRF students by Student Health Services through: Pierce County Reproductive Health in River Falls: 1234 South Wasson Lane, River Falls. For an appointment: call 715-425-8003 (Taxi Service free with student ID).
How do I learn more about...?
- Common physical health issues (A - Z Index)
- Common mental health issues (A - Z Index)
- Improving my personal wellness
- Alcohol Efforts and Initiatives at UWRF Fall 2015
What if I'm concerned about my student?
- Parents as Partners
and Physical Health
Click here for information about the 2017-2018 influenza season and vaccinations. Influenza vaccines are covered by Student Health Services at Vibrant Health Family Clinics in River Falls for current students. Call the Clinic at 715-425-6701.
The Zika virus is becoming widespread in many countries. The spread of the virus has caused concern because of a possible linkage to birth defects. For more information about Zika, go to the CDC Zika Virus web page.
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