Questions about the Affordable Care Act?
To learn more about health insurance options for young adults in Wisconsin, please visit the Covering Kids & Families web site.
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Sex Positive: a shame-free sex education app that provides judgment-free info about STDs, safer sex practices, and more on your smartphone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Webinar Series for Help with Eating Disorders from the Renfrew Center
Register Now - 2013 Webinar Series for Alumni & Those Needing Extra Support. Join us online for The Renfrew Center’s FREE webinars facilitated by
Lara Pence, Director of Alumni Affairs, and featured guests. The Renfrew Centers provide clinical excellence within a nurturing environmentâempowering women to change their lives.
Pertussis Prevention Measures
- check your immunization status with your health care provider to determine if eligible for receiving Tdap (tetanus with diphtheria and pertussis) or other preventative immunizations
- Tdap is available on campus at University Health & Counseling Services as well as local public health departments, contact them for current availability and cost information
- remember to use cough etiquette and hand hygiene measures
- see your health care provider or UHCS if you have concerns or questions
FDA and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) jointly launched the "Fraudulent
STD Products Initiative," which targets over-the-counter products bought
online or in retail stores that make unproven claims to prevent, cure, and/or
treat sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). These products have not been evaluated
by the FDA for safety and effectiveness. These illegal products may pose significant
public health risk since individuals could be inaccurately treated, leading
to delays in getting medical help and increasing the possibility of spreading
disease to a sexual partner. Consumers and health professionals should be warned
there are no over-the-counter or online drugs or dietary supplements available
to treat or prevent STDs. Appropriate diagnosis and/or treatment of STDs can
only occur under the supervision of a health care professional.
Please visit the following websites for additional information:
For All Students:
To receive FPWP services at UHCS, you must be currently enrolled at UWW, present your FORWARD HEALTH card at each FPWP appointment and maintain a current address and telephone number with UHCS. You are only eligible for FPWP services after you receive your “About Your Benefits” letter and FORWARD HEALTH card in the mail. The letter will confirm your dates of eligibility in the program. Be aware that the approval process can take 6-8 weeks to complete. You will be responsible to pay for any services received until you are approved.
To apply for enrollment in the program, call UHCS (262) 472-1300 for a Waiver application appointment.
For more information on the FPWP call UHCS at (262) 472 1300 menu option 6.
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Last Updated: 04/16/13