Health Education Services
Embodying Georgetown’s core value of Cura Personalis, Health Education Services (HES) supports student well-being and creates healthy learning environments for individuals and the community by providing health education and caring for the WHOLE Hoya — body, mind, and soul. HES seeks to empower students to take responsibility for decisions regarding their health as well as actively tries to increase community identification of students at risk.
HES offers consultation, networking, and advocacy for primary prevention, risk reduction, and health promotion. We also provide confidential crisis response, referrals, and advocacy for concerns related to Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence & Stalking, Alcohol & Other Drugs, Sexual Health & Pregnancy, Eating Disturbances & Body Image, and Nutrition. Students do not need a referral to seek services at HES, and all clinical services are completely free and confidential. In addition, HES focuses on interactive health promotion through health communication campaigns, training, and campus programming.
1437 37th St. NW
Poulton Hall, Suite 101*
*We are located in the building next to the Center for Social Justice, on the corner of 37th St. and P St.
Our building is handicap accessible through the front door, but our office door is not handicap accessible. The door remains closed and unlocked during business hours to respect the privacy of our students. If you need assistance in opening the door, please call the office line at 202-687-8949 and one of our office staff will come help.
Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 5:00pm
To schedule an appointment, please EMAIL the individual clinician. You can find their contact information on the Meet the Staff page. For further questions, please visit our FAQ page.