The Castleton Wellness Center

College is an exciting experience. The Wellness Center provides information and resources to support students’ growth and their development of a healthy, vibrant, and purposeful life. The staff at the Wellness Center offers integrated services to students with the following opportunities:

Health Care Services

  • Registered Nurses provide:
    • First Aid and Triage services
    • Referrals to local medical practices and dentists
    • Health and Wellness Information
    • Consultation to the campus community
  • Planned Parenthood provides consultation and information on reproductive health once a month
  • The Vermont Department of Health offers confidential and specialized health screenings once a month

The above services are provided free of charge to all full-time students.

Counseling Services

Individual and group counseling services are available to provide confidential support around a variety of topics. Our goal is to assist students in developing coping strategies to navigate through any challenges they may face in maintaining a healthy and successful life.

Counseling services are free and available to all students

Wellness Education

The Wellness Education Office strives to support and educate the campus community on pertinent health and wellness topics through presentations, workshops, and events.

Social CHANGE Initiative and Violence Prevention - Advocacy

  • Professional Advocacy Services provide assistance to students who may have experienced sexual assault, relationship violence, harassment or stalking. (see attached page social CHANGE Initiative and Violence Prevention/Advocacy)
  • Peer Advocates for CHANGE (PAC)  is group comprised of trained students who conduct violence prevention and intervention efforts.
  • Diversity Outreach involves programs, projects, presentations, and campaigns around diversity awareness, equity concerns and cultural competency to ensure an inclusive campus community.

The Student Support Network (SSN)

The SSN is a training program which teaches student leaders to recognize peers in distress and to provide referrals to professionals when appropriate. Counselors and Wellness Staff members facilitate these training sessions.