With so many options for care—including primary care, urgent care, virtual care, or emergency care—it can be confusing to know where to go when you need treatment. Choose the right care from the start with this helpful guide.
Exercise can help you lose weight, add years to your life, and treat and prevent more than 40 diseases, including diabetes and high blood pressure. Get started on your fitness journey with help from the Exercise is Medicine program. The first 100 participants will receive a free Garmin fitness tracker.
Exercise is Medicine (EIM) works with your doctor to make a fitness plan just for you.
Referred participants from this program will be able to participate in the EIM program at no charge at the following locations:
Eldon and Elsie Ward YMCA
130 Woodland Ave, Columbus, OH 43203
Columbus Recreation and Parks Locations
Additionally, The first 100 referred participants will receive a free Garmin Vivoactive® 4 fitness tracker.
The Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health invites you to participate in an 8-week Mind-Body therapy study (1 group therapy session per week). You will learn techniques to recognize and manage emotions and thoughts connected to your personal. Participants will be compensated.
This program is part of a Research project (IRB 2021H0255) from the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health.
Who can participate?
What is involved?
The Group Therapy Sessions (MBCT or MRT) will be held once a week for 8 weeks via Zoom. Each session will be about 1.5-2 hours long and free of charge.
MBCT involves learning how to pay attention to emotions, thoughts, and sensations in the body.
PMR involves learning how to progressively relax your body and mind through squeezing and relaxing your muscles.
In all, the total compensation will be up to $375 for participating in the study.
Call: (614) 688-9537
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is offering mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) to help participants explore new ways of managing depression, anxiety, and stress using mindfulness. During this virtual 8-week treatment, participants will learn techniques to stay well in the long term and prevent future relapse. Treatment will be billed to your behavioral health insurance.
Who should participate?
Who should not participate?
Interested in joining a session?
The next session will be starting in late summer 2022. If you are interested, please contact Sophie Lazarus at Sophie.Lazarus@osumc.edu for more information on joining the MBCT groups.
We are currently enrolling participants in research study to examine the effects of Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy on symptoms of depression and diabetes.
You May Qualify If:
You will receive some compensation for your time.