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Self-Help

Self-Reflection and Care

Self-Wellness Wheel

It's important to regularly check in with yourself and assess how you're doing physically, mentally and emotionally.

 

Use tools like these assessments, quizzes and calculators to spend a few minutes focused on yourself, then take the next step toward finding balance in your overall well-being, as the Wellness Wheel illustrates.

If you're experiencing a medical or psychological emergency, or are in immediate danger, call 911. CAPS crisis counselors are available by phone 24/7 at (951) UCR-TALK (827-5531).

 

BE ACTIVE

Taking the time to get moving when and how you can has a number of physical and mental benefits. Use the resources below to or visit the BE ACTIVE  to learn how physical activity can positively impact your well-being. 

 

BE MENTALLY HEALTHY

Your mental health impacts your stress level, personal interactions and reactions to everyday life. Check out the resources below and on the BE MENTALLY HEALTHY page to take positive actions for your mental health.

 

BE PARTY SMART

Over-indulging can affect your judgement, leading you to actions that could have negative consequences for yourself and others. BE PARTY SMART, indulge safely, responsibly and legally.

 

BE SEXUALLY HEALTHY

If you choose to have a sexual relationship, you and your partner both have the right to safe, healthy, feel-good sex that is free from coercion, violence or discomfort. Learn more about healthy relationships from the resources below or by visiting the BE SEXUALLY HEALTHY.

BE LESS STRESSED

Stress can impact your mood, sleep and overall health. Use the resources below or visit the BE LESS STRESSED page for tools that will help you reduce your stress levels and improve your wellness.levels and improve your wellness.

 

BE NOURISHED

Having consistent access to nutritious food keeps your mind, body and spirit functioning at optimal levels. Use the resources below and visit the BE NOURISHED to learn more about what nourishment really means.

 

BE RESTED

Getting a good night's sleep can positively impact your physical and mental wellness. Turn to the resources below and visit the BE RESTED to learn more about how sleep affects your body.