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Free Medical & Mental Health Services

  • This list is only a summary of services provided in the clinic. Please call us at 303-256-9448 for additional information.

  • Mental health counseling - Anxiety, depression, eating disorder/body image concerns, stress, relationships, past-trauma, self-harm/injury, suicidality, stress- management, time-management, group therapy and more.

  • Diagnosis/treatment for common illnesses (i.e. cold, cough, sore throat, stomach complaints, ear, allergies, UTI, sprains/strains).

  • Well woman care - annual screenings, birth control, PAP.

  • Prescriptions, prescription refills and medication counseling.

  • Wound care: Burns, lacerations, laceration-repair (stitches), stitch removal.

  • Recommendations to off campus medical providers and specialists.

  • STD screenings.

  • Laboratory and phlebotomy services, subject to insurance.


Counseling Team

Medical Team

Steven Erhart, MA, LPC, NCC - Mental Health Counselor - Director of Counseling Services

Katherine Yant, MA, LMSW - Mental Health Counselor

Charlotte Detchon and Barbara Klein - Counseling Interns - 18/19 Academic Year

Faith Olson, BSN, RN - Registered Nurse - Director of Health Services

Abigail Drake, PA-C - Physician Assistant - Appointment Hours 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday thru Thursday

Judi Trumble, CCMA - Medical Assistant


In the event of an emergency, Dial 911.

Regular Clinic Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Thursday, Fridays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Appointments are preferred, walk-in appointments are available schedule permitting.

For urgent concerns and 24/7 afterhours support contact Campus Safety & Security: 303-256-9500

Our campus wide collaboration working towards the health and wellness of the entire community. We strive to provide educational programming and resources for our students while helping them improve on a personal level. Wellness encompasses; physical, emotional, social, environmental, spiritual, financial, intellectual, and occupational elements. 

Optimal wellness is comprehensive and not simply based on physical health or the absence of sickness. JWU is committed to strengthening the student experience and student potential through wellness. We support a holistic approach to education and believe in fostering the development of the whole person- intellectually, artistically, professionally, socially, emotionally and spiritually.

Student Health 101

Our e-magazine delivered monthly to JWU students and parents. Each month there are interesting and relevant articles and videos for college students and their families created by college students and college health professionals. 

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Assessment

Wildcat Wellness assesses the health and wellness needs of the campus through surveys, focus groups, and other quantifiable measurement tools in order to create educational outreach opportunities for the students and the campus at large.

The organizations and departments listed below can provide or arrange for immediate support and response, including, arrangements for emergency services, if needed; transportation to medical resources; contact with local authorities; information regarding criminal and civil proceedings and/or the university’s Student Conduct Review procedures, as appropriate; advocacy services; referrals/advice regarding university and community counseling services; and assistance with personal safety.

 

Rose Medical Center

4567 East 9th Avenue #470
Denver, CO 80220
303-320-2121 

U. of Colorado Hospital

12605 East 16th Avenue
Aurora, CO. 80010
720-848-1000 

 

JWU Resources

You can also contact Residential Life, Student Affairs and Campus Safety & Security

Denver Rape Crisis Hotline 

 24/7: 303-322-7273

 

Denver Police

720-913-2000

Denver Victims Advocate

720-913-6035