Contact

liveWELL

Campus Address
E119 CRWC
Mailing Address

E119 Campus Recreation and Wellness Center
309 South Madison Street
Iowa City, IA 52242-2010
United States

Included in this section are on-campus and online stress management outlets, alcohol and substance use resources, sleep information, and grief and loss support. If you or a family member are going through challenging times in any of these areas, free resources are available to you.

liveWELL Health Coach Service

liveWELL offers a one-on-one Health Coach Service free for faculty and staff. Health coaching may focus on stress-related goals and activities to help you relax. Health coaches are available in person, via Zoom, Skype, phone, or email.  

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liveWELL Trainings

liveWELL offers a variety of classes for faculty and staff. 

Health and Well-Being Video Resources

Find video resources from liveWELL and its wellness partners.

Mental Health at Iowa

We're here for you.

The University of Iowa is dedicated to providing quality mental health services and resources to faculty, staff, students, their families, and the community. To best support the UI community, this website was created as a central hub to easily explore the mental health resources available on campus.

Mindfulness

Through the practice of mindfulness meditation, you can live a full life with greater balance and ease, even amidst the busyness of daily living or the challenges presented by physical or mental health limitations. 

Women's Resource and Action Center (WRAC)

WRAC provides counseling services and support groups to university students, faculty, staff, and the Iowa City community. For assistance call 319-335-1486.  

Substance Use Disorders

University of Iowa Health Care provides outpatient treatment programs for alcohol and drug abuse. Trained staff work through both individual and group counseling sessions. In addition, OWI evaluations are provided. For assistance call 319-384-8765.  

Other Resources

it's important to have effective stress relievers that can calm your mind and your body: https://www.verywellmind.com/tips-to-reduce-stress-3145195

Center your mind with a daily gratitude practice: https://positivepsychology.com/gratitude-journal/

Three Breathing Exercises And Techniques (article). Practicing a regular, mindful breathing exercise can be calming and energizing and can even help with stress-related health problems ranging from panic attacks to digestive disorders.”
Andrew Weil, M.D.

https://mentalhealth.uiowa.edu/recovery/caring-for-self-and-managing-burnout