University Health Service

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Here you can learn about alcohol and other drug-related health concerns, educational initiatives, environmental strategies plus collaborative efforts between the U-M campus and Ann Arbor community.

Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention:

Our programs work to reduce harmful consequences of alcohol and other drug use, in order to support students in achieving their personal and academic potential.



Safer Sex Supplies

Condoms and other products for safer sex:

Please note: our typical station for safer sex items is temporarily unavailable at Wolverine Wellness due to COVID-related precautions. Individual bags of pre-assorted condoms and lubricant, or dental dams and lubricant, are available free for students outside Wolverine Wellness on the ground floor of UHS. We thank you for sanitizing your hands and maintaining social distancing when picking up safer sex items.

colorful condoms


Your Health Care Kit

It's 2 AM and you're feeling feverish -- got a thermometer?  We recommend that you have a health care kit so you can be ready. Here are suggestions. 


Communication

Communication is a key aspect of all relationships. Some people communicate very directly, while others are more subtle. Learning about the communication styles of you and your partner(s) can help you navigate conversations about relationships and sex. To learn more about communication styles, visit http://serenityonlinetherapy.com/assertiveness.htm.

Everybody Matters

Some ways of communicating are less conducive to equality in a relationship. 


Making Decisions about Dating and Sex

At some point, many students make choices about whether to date or hang out with someone, or whether or not to have sex. When you decide based on your values, and when you've considered what you do and don't want, you're more likely to feel good about your decision. And remember, it's always OK to change your mind.

 


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