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Campus Resources

The mission of the Employee Wellness Program is to promote other related Campus Resources that provide CSF employees with valuable services or information for improving wellness. Links to some of these resources are:

Associate Students Recreation Sports
AS Rec Sports provides an extensive selection of physical activity opportunities for CSF students and employees. Employees can use some of the facilities free of charge and pay a fee to participate in the Drop-In Fitness program which offers aerobics, cardio kickboxing, yoga, pilates and a spin class among others.

Center for Successful Aging
The Center for Successful Aging offers a Senior Fitness Class in the Lifespan Wellness Center that includes a group warmup/cooldown, strength training, aerobic conditioning, and exercise to improve flexibility and balance; a Balance and Mobility Program; and a Health Promotion Program.

Kinesiology & Health Science
If you are interested in learning a new physical activity, KHS offers a full selection of 1-unit activity courses with an academic component (including swimming, soccer, basketball, fencing, self-defense, tai chi, yoga and more). You can register for the classes through Extended Education on a space available basis.

Women's Center

Human Resources - Employee Training and Development

Environmental Health and Instruction Safety

Professional Organizations

Valuable sources of information on many wellness topics are the websites of professional organizations such as the American Heart Association or the American Diabetes Association. These links can provide information on helping diagnose certain diseases, how to prevent diseases, and what you can do to help treat these diseases and conditions.

American Heart Association

American Diabetes Association

American Lung Assocation (ALA)

Arthritis Foundation (AF)

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)

Mayo Clinic

Physician’s Desk Reference (PDR) Health

Links to Help Determine Your Risk of Disease

Numerous websites are available that can be accessed to help you determine your risk of disease. By reviewing such characteristics as your age, gender, weight, body composition, health history, smoking history and diet, you can get an idea of your risk of developing a variety of chronic diseases, disorders and conditions including the following:

Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)

Stroke

Fibromyalgia

Employee Wellness Program

800 North State College Blvd.,
Fullerton, California 92834
Room KHS-xxx,
Phone: (657) 278-xxxx,
Fax: (657) 278-xxx