Students and employees who are GLBTQQIA (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, or Allies), will find a safe haven within Health Services. Health Services has gay and gay-friendly staff who are supportive and affirming to all GLBTQQIA students. Education, a resource library, and online resources are available. Education/information is free to the UNH Community. Counseling available to students who have paid the health fee, at no additional cost.
Wellness Educator/Counselors are available to discuss a variety of issues related to sexuality – relationships, communication skills, sexual pleasure, contraceptive choices, sexually transmitted infections, sexual orientation, and gender identity and expression. Education, the resource library, and online resources also available. Education/information and services free to the UNH Community. Counseling is available to students who have paid the health fee, at no additional cost.
Wellness educators/counselors are available to discuss self-esteem issues. Education, a resource library, online resources, and self-esteem groups are also available. Education/information is free to the UNH Community. Counseling is free for students who have paid the health fee.
Wellness educators/counselors are available to discuss a variety of issues relating to relationships. The resource library and online resources are also available. Education/information services are free to UNH Community. Counseling is available to students who have paid the health fee, at no additional cost.
Meditation is an experience of relaxing the body, quieting the mind, and awakening the spirit. Walk-in group meditation sessions are offered to the UNH community. Appointments to learn how to meditate are available for students.
Traditional and hot stone massage, provided by licensed therapists, is available to students, employees and employees dependents.
Prices: Traditional Massage is $40 for students and $50 for employees and their dependents.
The UNH Employee Clinic offers acute care services (e.g. Infections, injuries, headaches, heartburn, etc.) to current employees of UNH/USNH and their dependents.
Health Services offers acute care for students.
How To Access:
To make an appointment at the Employee Clinic, call (603) 862-4584 or online.
The Military and Veterans Services Office is located in the Registrar's Office in Stoke Hall, Room 128EA. Office hours are 0800 to 1630 Monday through Friday. This office can help with general benefit questions, assistance in navigating the university and accessing services, support and advocate on issues important to vets, connect you with your Advisor, and suggest services that can aid you in decisions about majors and careers. To ease the transition from soldier to student, the office has social events, and helps you connect with other students, faculty and staff.
The mission of the Family Connections Center is to strengthen the connection between incarcerated parents and their families while facilitating ties to their community through education and support. Over the past 12 years, the FCCs' offerings have included parenting education classes, weekly parenting support groups, one‐on‐one virtual/video visits between incarcerated mothers or fathers and their children, life skills seminars, relationship and communications course for couples, and much more.
How to Access:
The Marriage and Family Therapy Center provides assistance to individuals, couples, and families experiencing a wide range of personal or relationship problems.The Center uses a sliding fee scale.Counseling is available to faculty, staff, adjunct employees, students and community members.
How To Access:
To make an appointment, call the intake coordinator at 862-2134.