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Behavioral Health and Wellness Clinic

Mission

The mission of the NCCU- CBSS Behavioral Health and Wellness Clinic is to provide evidenced-based health education services that promote well-being and enhance the quality of life.

Goals

To promote health and wellness for NCCU faculty, staff and students, and the community through integrated health care services
To provide therapeutic and behavioral health assessments and consultation
To serve as a resource center for health and wellness education and information
To present seminars on public health issues of interest to the community
To provide an opportunity for student interns to work under the supervision of licensed professionals

Overview of Services

  • Health screenings and general physical assessments
  • DWI courses
  • Dietary assessments and education
  • Individualized consultation
  • Goal-setting and monitoring (health behaviors)
  • Body composition evaluations
  • Fitness preventative and prescription plans
  • Exercise and weight management consultation
  • Psychological and psycho-educational evaluations
  • Behavioral, cognitive, academic, and personality assessments
  • Kindergarten readiness assessments
  • Public health seminars, workshops, and programs
  • Healthy lifestyle habits and disease prevention education
  • Behavioral health events
  • Compression-only CPR
  • CPR certification classes
  • Fitness for duty assessments
  • References to additional resources

Contact Information

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Website Information
Miller Morgan Health Sciences Building
500 Nelson Street
Room 208
P.O. Box 230-C
Durham, NC 27707
Phone: 919-530-6891
Fax: 919-530-7393
CBSSwellnessclinic@nccu.edu

Hours

Monday 9am-4pm
Tuesday 9am-12noon
Wednesday 2pm-7pm
Thursday 9am-3pm
2nd Saturday CPR Certification 8:30am-11:30am (Registration Required)
http://www.nccu.edu/behavioral-health-and-wellness-clinic/index.cfm
Phone: 919-530-6891

 
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