Student Health Center

Resources

Find what you need online! We have collected a variety of online materials filled with information on all kinds of health and wellness related topics. Some of our favorites are below.

Ask the Student Health Center.

Are there any questions that this website doesn't address? Do you have a question that you feel like you need to discuss in great detail? We can be reached from 7am-5pm, Monday-Friday at 206.296.6300. You may also email us at studenthealthcenter@seattleu.edu

Consulting Nurse Hotlines

  •  Swedish Medical Center 206.215.2000
  • Aetna 24 hour Nurse Hotline (SU Insurance Students only) 1.800.556.1555
  • Group Health (Group Health/Kaiser Patients only) 1.800.297.6877

 AIDS Related Organizations

  • AIDS Caregivers Support Network 206.937.3368
  • AIDS Hotline 800.272.2437
  • Bailey-Boushay House 206.322.5300
  • Center for Disease Control 800.342.AIDS Spanish: 800.344.SIDA
  • Critical Path AIDS Project
  • Multifaith AIDS Project of Seattle 206.324.1520
  • Names Project
  • Northwest AIDS Foundation 206.860.6241
  • People of Color Against AIDS Network (POCAAN) 206.322.7061
  • Seattle AIDS Support Group 206.322.2437
  • Seattle Gay Clinic 206.461.4540
  • The Body: A Multimedia AIDS and HIV Information

AIDS/HIV Testing (Seattle University Area)

LGBT Resources

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Body Image and Eating Disorders

Fitness

Health Resources

Local Substance Abuse / Dependency Resources

  • Alcohol and Drug 24-Hour Helpline:800.562.1240
    Washington state: 206.722.3700
  • Alcohol/Drug Teen Line: 206.722.4222
    24-Hour Crisis Line: 206.461.3222
    Washington state: 800.621.4636
  • Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA): 206.722.6117
  • Alanon/Alateen/Alatot: 206.625.0000
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): 206.587.2838
    Campus AA meetings :
    Times: Monday - Friday 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Location: Campus Ministry, Jolly Room - STCN 122
    206.296.6075
  • Counseling and Psycholgical Services (CAPS)

Mental Health

Counseling and Psycholgical Services (CAPS)

CAPS provides counseling tailored to the unique needs of the individual student, including assessment, consultation, brief psychotherapy, and referrals. Through this combination of community and individual involvement, CAPS contributes to student success, academic excellence and the creation of a vital, engaged campus life at Seattle University. Urgent Care hours are Monday-Friday from 10am-11am and 3pm-4pm.

They are located in Pavillion 120 and can be reached at 206.296.6090.

Nutrition

Sexual Assault

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Smoking Cessation

Treatment Resources

  • Addiction Recovery Services (Inpatient/Outpatient): 206.323.6336
  • Catholic Community Services (Outpatient): 206.323.6336
  • Central Seattle Recovery Center (Outpatient): 206.322.2970
  • Central Youth Family Services (Outpatient): 206.322.7676
  • Residence XII - Women Only (Inpatient/Outpatient): 206.823.8844
  • Stonewall Recovery Center (Outpatient): 206.461.4546

Wellness and Health Screening