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Health and Wellness Help

Health and Wellness Help

Need Medical Care? Moffitt Health Center 

Moffitt Health Care Center, located in Scott Hall on the Hattiesburg Campus, provides quality, cost-effective comprehensive health care to students and the university community. Vaccinations and coronavirus testing available.

Gulf Park students can visit the Gulf Park Health Center at 117 Beach Park Place on the Gulf Park campus.
Moffitt Health Care Center

EmergencyNeed Emergency or After-Hours Care?

Moffitt Health Center provides a list of local resources for emergency, after-hour, and sliding scale fee healthcare. 
View emergency resources

United Way 2-1-1Need Other Health and Wellness Services Near You?

Dial 2-1-1 for information on local services. 2-1-1 is free, confidential and available Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.  2-1-1 is multilingual and staffed by Navigators ready to help you find the connections you need, including medical care, aging and disability resources, dental and vision care, reproductive health and more.
Visit the 2-1-1 website 

AddictionConcerned About Drug or Alcohol Use?

Addiction is hard to fight alone. If you are concerned about your drug or alcohol use, make an appointment with Student Counseling Services. A counselor can direct you to the resources you need to get and stay healthy.Learn more about counseling at Southern Miss


Need to Get Some Exercise?

(Who doesn't?)

The Payne Center offers free fitness classes for students including yoga, spin, hip hop, Zumba and more! Also, for a fee, they offer outdoor adventures, swim lessons, and personal trainers.
Check out the Payne Center

Disability AccomodationsHave a Disability That's Interfering with Your Education?

Student Accessibility Services assists students with documented learning disabilities (reading writing and math), mobility impairments, systemic or chronic illnesses and injuries, psychiatric impairments (including anxiety and depression), ADHD or ADD, hearing impairments, visual impairments, temporary disabilities and pregnancies. 
Read the SAS FAQ

Need Better SleepWant Better Sleep?

Sleep is so important for our success. It can be hard to study, complete homework, and manage stress when we’re tired. Sometimes it can be hard to unwind at the end of a busy day. Tracking your sleep and adding small steps to your nighttime routine can support improved sleep. A variety of apps can help you track and implement tips and tricks to improve your sleep.
View apps




For emergency assistance, dial 9-1-1. Or view local emergency contacts for police, fire, hospitals, and mental health crises.

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