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ACLM is the medical professional society providing quality education and certification to those dedicated to clinical and worksite practice of Lifestyle Medicine as the foundation of a transformed and sustainable health care system.
More than a professional association, ACLM is a galvanizing force for change.
ACLM is comprised of members who are passionate about the urgent need to transform health and healthcare. Our organization addresses the need for quality education and certification of the clinical practice in lifestyle medicine.
Through development and promotion of educational events, tools, resources and campaigns designed to further the cause of Lifestyle Medicine, ACLM supports its members in their individual practices and in their collective desire to domestically and globally promote Lifestyle Medicine as the first treatment option, as opposed to a first option of treating symptoms and consequences with expensive, ever increasing quantities of pills and procedures. ACLM members are united in their desire to identify and eradicate the cause of disease.
The mission of the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services is to educate, strengthen, and serve individuals and communities so that all Philadelphians can thrive. We envision a Philadelphia where every individual can achieve health, well-being, and self-determination.
Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic Healthy Minds Philly would like you to know You are not alone. During this time of practicing social distancing we are continuing to work to connect you with information, resources and supports to promote emotional and behavioral wellness.
Our Healthy Minds Philly website https://healthymindsphilly.org/en/ can offer you resources and information to help support you and your family during this time.
- Select the Event tab to find a calendar of webinars and other online supports.
- The Screening tab will offer you the opportunity to participate in an online chat, take a free anonymous behavioral health screening and provide access to suggested resources and supports.
- Screenings are key in understanding behavioral health and maintaining overall health.
- Select the Resources tab to find resources and links to Crisis supports, Mental Health services, Safety and much more.
- Call our warmline at 267-687-4381 to speak with a live person
- Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/healthymindsphl and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DBHIDS for additional tips and strategies, information and updates to keep you connected to maintain health and wellness. Remember “You are not Alone” We are here to help
Healthy Minds Philly is an initiative of Department of Behavioral Health and intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS)
As community stakeholders conceptualized Arcadia’s vision and values, a common question emerged: How can we support and enhance the University’s social impact initiatives?
Housed within the Office of the President, the Office of Social Impact and Innovation (SI2) was launched to support change agents who seek positive transformation locally and around the world. The office will work with faculty leadership to develop a framework for service-learning pedagogy and build essential partnerships with Arcadia’s Development, Sponsored Research, and Community and Civic Engagement offices to secure funding and explore new opportunities.
The EAC is a community-based organization that provides education and health programs to several villages on Kenya's coast.
The EAC’s mission is to help communities eradicate poverty by empowering themselves, by improving literacy for women and children, and by improving the communities’ overall health status.
The organization currently operates a variety of successful programs, including one of the area’s highest performing nursery and primary schools, a health services outreach program via a team of Community Health Workers (CHWs), and an HIV/AIDS education program.
Arcadia University provides a distinctively global, integrative and personal learning experience for intellectually curious graduate students in preparation for a life of scholarship, service and professional contribution.
Practical and theoretical. Hands-on and reflective. Advance your knowledge, abilities and career at Arcadia. Arcadia University’s graduate programs help recent college graduates and working professionals alike develop a robust area of expertise relevant to today’s world and workforce.
Arcadia graduate programs are nationally ranked and accredited and emphasize learning from experience. During your program, you’ll create a network of diverse professionals that will benefit you throughout your career.
Our Graduate Programs:
International Peace & Conflict Resolution
International Relations & Diplomacy
The Office of Sexual Violence Prevention was created as part of a grant received by Arcadia University from the Department of Justice in 2018. The Office exists to streamline sexual violence prevention efforts on campus, serve as a resource for campus community members who are survivors of sexual violence, and provide training and education those individuals involved in the sexual violence response process at Arcadia University and the campus at-large. While we are not a confidential reporting entity on campus, we can provide information on campus resources, including those that are confidential.
The mission of the Office of Career Education is to educate and create connections for the Arcadia University community to facilitate the holistic career development of undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni.
Our programs provide training in the disciplines of community health education and public health. We are dedicated to enhancing the health status and quality of life of the public, including individuals and groups who are at the greatest risk for chronic and debilitating health problems and a lower quality of life. GradReports Ranks Arcadia's Master of Public Health Program Fourth In Nation
The mission of Arcadia University Counseling Services is to assist students through personal challenges that may interfere with academic success. Counselors provide a safe, confidential place in which students have an opportunity to identify their problem areas and find creative solutions. Counseling Services also provides educational programs, consultation and outreach to the larger campus community regarding prevention and overall emotional health and wellness. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment that is respectful to the diversity of our students.
The Arcadia University Alumni Association and the Office of Alumni Engagement are here to serve you, alumni of Beaver College and Arcadia University! We offer a broad range of activities, programs, services, and benefits to keep you engaged with your alma mater and connected with alumni of all ages.
International fieldwork. Publishing research with faculty. Clinical rotations. Such learning activities are why Arcadia University’s College of Health Sciences graduate programs are nationally recognized. An Arcadia degree will prepare you for a career in today’s rapidly changing health care profession.
Artists, writers, teachers, designers, international experts, computer scientists, lawyers—the College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college here at Arcadia and home to disciplines that make our culture and campus flourish. Through classroom inquiry and hands-on learning, our majors, minors and graduate degrees will help you prepare for a career that contributes to a global society.