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Health Education & Promotion

We provide campus outreach, interactive trainings, and skill-building demonstrations on a variety of health topics including nutrition, exercise, sleep hygiene, safe sex practices, and stress management.

Wellness programs

Contact the Health Promotion Manager, Whitney Ockey at​ or 801-957-4837 to learn more about the following programs:

Taylorsville Redwood Campus

  • Massage Monday: Active
    • Free chair massages for students, and employees every Monday! This program was developed to help the SLCC community learn about massage services as well as provide a time for stress relief and relaxation.
    • Massage Mondays take place on Mondays from 11am to 1pm in the Redwood STC Center Court. A sign-up sheet is available at the weekly event. Visit our Instagram, @slcc_chc, for more information and updates.
  • Tiny Bites Tuesdays: Active
    • A nutrition program that introduces students to new food groups and recipes found in our Bruin Bites cookbook. At this event we provide food samples, nutrition tips, and Bruin Bites cookbooks. The goal of Tiny Bites Tuesday is to help students build healthy habits by making simple, healthy recipes on their own.
    • This program takes place on Tuesdays from 11am to 1pm in varying locations. For more information or updates on locations, visit our Instagram, @slcc_chc.
    • If you would like a physical copy of Bruin Bites, please visit any of our 3 locations and ask our reception staff for a copy. Limited one per person.
  • Wellness Wednesday: Active
    • A weekly check-in to see how you’re doing! Wellness Wednesday showcases a variety of health topics aimed towards improving one’s mental and physical health. Wellness Wednesday provides opportunities for students to meet CHC staff, including mental health counselors, and learn new information.
    • Wellness Wednesdays occur on Wednesdays from 11am to 1pm in the Redwood AAB lobby. For additional information, please email

Bruin Bites

Bruin Bites is a collection of simple, affordable and nutrient-dense recipes. It was created to help college students feel more empowered to cook healthier recipes at home. A digital version can be found below, and printed copies can be obtained by visiting the Taylorsville/Redwood Center for Health & Counseling (STC 035). For additional recipes, follow @slcc_chc on Instagram!

Click Here to Access Bruin Bites!

Outreach Requests: Presentations and Workshops

We assist SLCC faculty with guest lecturing, provide literature, and give other support. Requests for presentations must be made at least two weeks in advance. Call 801-957-4837 during business hours or email ​ for questions. Virtual presentations can be requested if specified in the form below.

The following presentations and workshops are currently available:

  • Overview of Center for Health & Counseling Services
  • Stress Management 101
  • Nutrition Basics: How nutritious-conscious choices have a lasting impact on our health
  • Intuitive Eating: Making peace with food
  • The Dangers of Eating Disorders
  • Building a Mental Health Toolkit: A resiliency skill
  • Spread Love, Not STI’s
  • Emergency Preparedness: Are you ready?