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Health Promotion

The Student Health Center’s Department of Health Promotion (DHP) empowers students to achieve optimal health and well-being through engaging and effective health education programs and activities.  Hosted throughout the year, these clinic services and campus programs promote not only healthier lifestyles but also a healthier campus culture and an enhanced learning environment.   

Within DHP highly skilled and well-trained peer health educators design and facilitate interactive, engaging, and educational programs and activities.  The Pet-Away Worries and Stress (PAWS) program, and the Coyote Fitbit Challenge are just two of the popular programs hosted throughout the year. 

For more information about the Department of Health Promotion, please contact Melissa Acuna, Senior Health Educator, at or (909) 537-3655


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Narcan Training

Our Narcan training and distribution is now available for currently enrolled CSUSB students. Upon completion, students can receive a free box of Narcan from the Student Health Center. 

Faculty and staff can also participate in our faculty/staff training. Currently, faculty and staff are not eligible to receive a free supply of Narcan from the Student Health Center, but can utilize their private health insurance or community resources. 

For more information about opioid harm reduction resources, please visit the Inland Empire Harm Reduction website to locate Narcan distribution and harm reduction supply sites in the Inland Empire.