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Free Mental Health Workshops

The UF Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC) offers free online mental health workshops for UF STUDENT, FACULTY, and STAFF. Workshops provide the opportunity to learn new skills to strengthen personal resilience, develop healthy self-care habits, and grow mental health awareness. No consultation or appointment is needed. Just RSVP and join…

UF Wellness Week (March 8-13)

  As we reach the one-year mark for the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be helpful to allow yourself some time to reflect on—and perhaps to grieve over—events of the past 12 months. And yet, it is also important to recognize that we have made important progress and there is…

“COVID-Safer” Social Activity Guide Now Available

In order to help you nurture relationships while staying safe in the midst of a global pandemic, the UF/GatorCare Wellness team has created a guide to local activities/establishments that promote socially-distant fun, a map of some restaurants with outdoor seating (organized by price range), virtual party game options, outdoor recreation…

New Psychiatry Services for GatorCare Members

GatorCare members have new access to free confidential Psychiatry services. In response to feedback, GatorCare has expanded the contract with TalkSpace to include psychiatry services in addition to therapy services! Now you can take advantage of convenient telehealth visits (scheduled according to your availability) to obtain a psychiatric evaluation and/or ongoing…

Resources to Promote Well-Being During COVID-19 Outbreak

While we are maintaining social distance and/or quarantined, many people lose access to resources that support their self-care. Here is a list of resources to help you navigate this challenging time while maintaining your own well-being.

Resources available to support those in need of assistance

Aid-a Gator Aid-a Gator is an emergency fund that provides [aid-a-gator logo with palm tree and life raft] limited assistance to UF faculty, staff and students who experience a temporary financial hardship. If you or someone you know is in need, please visit the following websites for more information:  …