Offering a full range of community health programs designed to educate and increase public awareness of wellness and disease prevention.
The center provides emergency poison information to those who are exposed to
toxic substances and to health care professionals who care for them.
If you have diabetes, pre-diabetes, or gestational diabetes, our program is
designed to help you understand and manage the disease.
Our free monthly lecture series offers the latest health information on a
variety of topics.
Specialists with the Center for Advanced Reproductive Services lead informational sessions about
current treatments for infertility, specifically in vitro fertilization
The UConn Dialysis Center offers informational sessions about the functions
of the kidneys, kidney disease, and treatment options that are available.
The group explores works of fiction, poetry, drama and nonfiction that
illuminate issues central to caring for people, whether well, sick or dying.
A state-funded program providing free, confidential information on all types
of exposures for women who are considering a pregnancy, pregnant, or nursing.
A program to help first-time families transition to
parenthood by offering phone support, home visitation, and group programming.
Our educational classes help expectant parents prepare for the joys of
An exercise program for adults age 50 and older who are in generally good
A six-week program focusing on specific topics, reviewing
successes and challenges, providing a tip of the week, and weigh in.
We offer a wide range of support groups to help you make connections with
others facing similar challenges.
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