Lafene Health Center, along with partner organizations across campus, provides several programs that promote well-being across the K-State community.
Thrive Navigators are students who are wanting to make a difference in mental health awareness and promote healthy coping skills and resiliency tools for the many challenges they will face as students and beyond.
The WellCAT Ambassadors are a group of peer educators that advocate for overall health and well-being at Kansas State University. The WellCATs provide education, host events, collaborate with other groups, and serve as role models in order to promote total wellness to their peers on campus.
The WellCAT Coach program offers one-on-one peer well-being education for all current K-State students.
21st Birthday Project
21st Birthday Project offers one-on-one peer education for K-State students turning 21. By e-mail invitation only.
Alcohol & Other Drug Education
The Alcohol and Drug Education (AODE) program coordinates the alcohol and other drug prevention and intervention for K-State students to support academic success and life goals. Programs and services provided by AODE incorporate current, empirically supported approaches to effectively promote student health and wellness.
Wildcat Wellness Coalition
The Wildcat Wellness Coalition is a collaborative effort between numerous departments on the K-State campus. The mission is to cultivate a holistic approach to well-being by empowering the K-State community through the provision of resources, education and the encouragement of lifelong healthy practices.