RESOURCES ON CAMPUS

On Campus Lactation Centers

Information outlining the location/hours/contact information for the lactation rooms currently available on the university campus is available at: http://www.case.edu/provost/centerforwomen/health/lactation.html

Please check back for updates as additional locations are identified.

Contact Karen McColl at karen.mccoll@case.edu with any questions concerning the Lactation Centers.

Contact Elizabeth Click, Assistant Professor at the Nursing School, at elizabeth.click@case.edu with any breastfeeding or breast pump questions.

Employee Assistance Service (EASE)

The university is pleased to offer this important benefit as an investment in you and your family's health and well being.
http://www.case.edu/finadmin/humres/erelations/ease.html

Employee Assistance Program

Employee Assistance Service (EASE) is a voluntary private and confidential program provided through Center for Families and Children (CFC). This service provides counseling and community resources for benefits-eligible employees and family members to help identify problems and develop plans for resolution.

Elder Care

The elder care counselors can help you recognize when an older relative needs help, care for older relatives from a distance, talk to parents who may resist help, understand and locate housing options.

Elder care counselors are licensed social workers who have specialized training in geriatric issues and geriatric crisis intervention. A comprehensive assessment of your elder care needs and concerns will be completed.

Child Care

Whether you are an expectant parent or have children well into their teens, you will receive personalized consultation and assistance in locating child care services with the help of a child care specialist.

For full  EASE details visit the CWRU Human Resources, employee relations website:
http://www.case.edu/finadmin/humres/erelations/ease.html

1-2-1 Fitness Center

121 Fitness Center is owned and operated by Case Western Reserve University and is committed to helping faculty and staff achieve the healthy lifestyle they desire. Since opening in 1988,121 Fitness Center has received national, regional and local recognition for its Professional, Personal, Friendly and Clean Service.   http://onetoone.cwru.edu/

121 Fitness has approximately 3,000 professional members of all fitness levels striving to balance their commitment to health and wellness with their busy schedules. More than 90 staff members are dedicated to providing personalized attention and instruction to each and every member. 121 Fitness Center offers countless programs and services to help you get the most out of your investment in health.

121 Fitness Center Memberships

121 offers a variety of memberships to suit your needs and is open to the public. CWRU Alumni receive a discounted membership price and we offer single, couple and family memberships.

All memberships include, at no extra charge: · Four (4) complimentary personal training sessions · Access to over 28,000 sq. ft of top equipment · More than 55 group exercise classes (Yoga, Cycle (40 bikes!), Zumba, Muscle, Kickboxing, Step, and more) · Babysitting services · Towel and daily locker services · Clean locker rooms with amenities (hairdryers, hairspray, deodorant, shaving cream, razors, soap, shampoo, etc) · Dry Saunas · Covered Parking · No Contracts!

In addition, 121 Fitness Center offers to members and non-members · Personal Training · Pilates Reformer Classes · Kettlebell Classes · Massage Therapy · Recovery Zone Juice Bar · Sunless Tanning · Seasonal and Special Programs including weight loss programs, combat camp, CPR, cholesterol testing, RMR testing, and more!

Intramural Sports

The Intramural Sports program serves the recreational and leisure needs of students, faculty and staff at Case Western Reserve University. Diversified programs and experiences are offered throughout the year to accomplish this purpose.

Intramural Sports brings together participants who want to meet socially and have fun. We provide the setting while you provide the fun and camaraderie. Everyone who participates in Intramural Sports is a winner, as long as you set aside your ego and have fun.

http://studentaffairs.case.edu/athletics/intramural/

Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center

Veale Athletic CenterThe Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center is the home of Case Western Reserve athletics, physical education and intramural programs.  For faciilities, hours, schedule and admission policies visit the website: http://studentaffairs.case.edu/athletics/facilities/veale.html

Eligible Facility Users

  • Current Case student, faculty, or staff with Case photo ID
  • Current Case Recreation Facility Membership Card with some type of photo ID. (See groups A, B & C.)
  • Current Case photo ID marked "CIM" or a CIM ID (Cleveland Institute of Music)
  • Case One-day Guest Pass ($5). (One guest per Case host, per day.)
  • University Hospitals Residents and Fellows. (They will need to obtain a Case ID at Access Services.)
  • Children under 18 years of age that have purchased a guest pass and are accompanied by an adult. They also may be admitted to the facilities at no cost with an adult cardholder on Saturdays between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (September through April), or during the summer months on Fridays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Eligible Facility Users (over 18 and with the purchase of a Recreation Facility Card)
This membership does not include Carlton Tennis Courts.

GROUP A:
Spouse or legal dependent of a Case student, faculty or staff member.

GROUP B:
Alumni of Case Western Reserve University, Flora Stone Mather, Case Institute of Technology or Western Reserve University. Members of the Case Reserve Athletic Club (CRAC).

GROUP:
Medical Center Employees
University Hospital Employees
University Circle Police Employees
Case Contractor/Vendor ID card holders
Other University Circle Authorized Institutions (see Facility Manager for listing).
Case Community Card holder (purchase of the Community Card required through Community Partnerships office).