The Health Promotion Program and Resource Center is located in the Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services (QLCSS) building, Room 313-D.

Health Promotion Program

The Health Promotion Program provides health promotion, education and brief intervention services for the student population. Health Promotion outreach activities provide knowledge and decision-making strategies to enable students to make lifestyle choices that promote well-being and college success. The Health Promotion Program collaborates with academic departments and student groups to create a healthy campus community, and contributes to the academic mission of the University by participating in research and student training programs.

Contact Us

University Health Services
Health Promotion Program
2600 Campus Road,
QLCSS Rm. 313-D
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822

Phone: (808) 956-3574
Fax: (808) 956-6371

Email: healthed@hawaii.edu

Health Promotion Resource Center

The Health Promotion Resource Center provides a wealth of information on a wide variety of health and wellness topics. Students, faculty, and staff can obtain educational materials or talk to a health educator about personal health questions and concerns, or to prepare for class papers and presentations.

Alcohol & Other Drug Education Program (ADEP)

ADEP objectives are to reduce the incidence and consequences of alcohol/other drug misuse and abuse among UH Mānoa students.

Lokahi Program

The Lokahi Program is a service-learning peer education program, based on the Hawaiian concept of Lokahi, which speaks of balance, harmony and unity for the self in relationship to the body, the mind, the spirit and the rest of the world.

Student Health 101

Take 10 minutes out of your day and check out the latest issue of Student Health 101, the online magazine just for UHM students.

Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC)

The main purpose of SHAC is to ensure that the students are represented in the planning and decision making of their university's health care services.