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Lafene Health Center

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Kansas State University
Lafene Health Center
1105 Sunset Avenue
Manhattan, KS 66502-3761

Monday through Friday:
     8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Closed Weekends and University Holidays

785-532-6544
1-855-618-0188 (toll-free fax)

lafene@k-state.edu

AAAHC Accreditated

QS Stars Facilities

For immediate care when the health center is closed, contact the local hospital:
Ascension Via Christi Hospital
1823 College Avenue
785.776.3322 (Hospital charges will apply)

Programs

Lafene Health Center, along with partner organizations across campus, provides several programs that promote well-being across the K-State community.

Thrive Navigators

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.

My Student Support Program

My SSP is an app that grants students 24/7 access to support, short-term counseling and links to treatment providers around the world through chat, video or phone.

Pre-Healthcare Profession Shadowing

Lafene Health Care fosters rich pre-professional experiences for dedicated students during the fall and spring semesters.

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.

YOU@KSU

The purpose of the YOU@KSU portal is to connect students with campus resources and other online educational tools to increase KSU student success.  The innovative digital tool promotes self-reflection, allowing students to be more proactive with their health and well-being in order to make the most of their college experience.