Family, Couple and Individual Therapy

C2C wellness benefits include family, couples and individual therapy, teen group, and several other programs through the Center for Family and Couple Therapy. The center is a full-service therapy center that is dedicated to empowering families, couples, and individuals to strengthen their relationships, resolve troubling issues, and achieve personal well-being. The Center for Family and Couple Therapy provides essential services that CSU faculty and staff can use to better their lives and the lives of their loved ones. C2C wellness benefits include ½ price of an already low sliding fee for individual, couples and family therapy.


Center for Family and Couple Therapy Website

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (970) 491-5991.

Campus Connections - Youth Mentoring Program

Campus Connections

Campus Connections (formerly Campus Corps) is a therapeutic mentoring program that pairs youth (ages 11-18) with a CSU student mentor for weekly group mentoring sessions on campus.   Student mentors spend four hours once a week with their mentee in a group setting to provide academic support and career planning, encourage positive social skill development, assist with goal setting, and implement wellness programming. Strong bonds are developed over the 12 week program between mentors and mentees. Youth start Campus Connections in September or February during the 4th week of the CSU semester.  Many youth are referred by school counselors, probation officers, case workers, or other caring professionals. 

Teen Group is a new program being offered in by the Center for Family and Couple Therapy (CFCT). Teen Group includes a pizza dinner, activities, and support from other teens, mentors, and therapists working in the CFCT. Teen Group activities encourage the development of positive social skills within a supportive environment of peers, mentors, and therapists. The group meets weekly so youth are encouraged to come every week.  Youth can start Teen Group any time during the year (including summer). 


Phone: 970-492-4004

Phone: 970-988-9811

CSU Campus Connections Website

Health and Wellness Benefits & Membership Discounts

To promote employee health and wellness at CSU, Anthem is helping to cover the cost for CSU employees to participate in on-campus nutrition and fitness programs. CSU will pay up to 50 percent of an employee’s costs for several of the following programs:

The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center staff includes registered dietitians, certified lifestyle coaches, food allergy experts, trained mindfulness facilitators, and lactation specialists. C2C covers 40% of KRNC’s weight loss program, 40-100% of its diabetes programs and 50% of resting metabolic rate as well as individualized nutrition assessment and coaching on a variety of topics, including

  • cooking classes for groups in KRNC’s professional kitchen,
  • diabetes, including a diabetes prevention program for those with pre-diabetes (now covered 100% for faculty, admin pro, and regular state classified employees)
  • digestive disorders,
  • sports nutrition,
  • food allergies, and more.

The Adult Fitness Program offers regular fitness assessments and a variety of exercise options with the goal of improving members’ cardiovascular fitness, strength, and flexibility. C2C will pay for 50 percent of the price of an individual membership to this Health and Exercise Science Program.  Couples or family rates will get a $20 discount in place of the 50 percent for individual membership.

The Heart Disease Prevention Program  in the department of Health and Exercise Science is now covered as a part of CSU employees’ preventative care benefit (a $400 value) for Anthem health plan subscribers. All others receive a 20% discount. Contact: Tiffany Lipsey, MEd, at (970) 491-7035 or; or online.

The Noon Hour Faculty and Staff Fitness Program assist members in discovering healthier lifestyles through exercise by providing informed staff and a comprehensive facility. The Department of Health and Exercise Science is committed to discovering new knowledge on healthy lifestyles and disseminating that knowledge through academic and outreach programs. CSU will pay 50 percent of the price of membership to this program.

The Student Recreation Center offers all employees free, unrestricted access for one month — whatever month an employee chooses — to make full use of its cardio and weights facilities, climbing wall, classes, pool, and more. After that, CSU, with the support of Anthem, will pay 50 percent of the price of membership if the employee signs up to be a member.

Ombuds/Employee Assistance Program

The Office of The Ombuds assists faculty and staff at all levels in resolving complaints or problems involving University policies, procedures and personnel. The Employee Assistance Program helps employees and members of their households with personal issues through no-cost counseling services as well as legal and financial planning resources. The EAP is a confidential source of personal support that can be accessed 24 hours a day.

Nursing Moms Accommodations

CSU has a policy to support the health of nursing mothers at CSU. The policy embraces all applicable laws, rules, and regulations in support of public accommodation of nursing mothers. It provides necessary resources, including private, sanitary lactation areas for breastfeeding or milk expression and authorizes reasonable flexibility in scheduling break times to allow for breastfeeding during the workday.

A number of new lactation rooms are open for nursing moms on campus.


See the guide and map posted by Facilities Management online or contact Facilities at 491-0077.

Advance Care Planning with Larimer Health District

Larimer County Advance Care Planning Team

Talking about health care choices and preferences can be difficult, but without planning ahead, individuals and their family members may not know what to do in the face of a serious accident or illness. Who would make your medical decisions if you were unable to speak for yourself?

The Larimer Advance Care Planning Team can help any person, 18 years or older, to create advance directives that represent their own values and choices, at no cost.

Guides offer one-on-one support in completing advance care plans that represent what is important to individuals by explaining treatment options, putting their choices in writing, and sharing them with family members and physicians.  Help is available to update and distribute existing plans.

Contact the ACP team at 970-482-1909 to schedule an appointment or visit the website at  for information and downloadable forms.


Health District Advance Care Planning Team

Phone: 970-482-1909


Discount Pass to City of Fort Collins Recreation Facilities

City of Fort Collins Recreation Facilities

Colorado State University employees are now welcome to purchase 25-Admission Multiple Facility Passes or a Multiple Facility Admission Pass at the Corporate Pass Program rate at the following City of Fort Collins Recreation facilities:

  • Edora Pool Ice Center: 1801 Riverside Ave
  • Mulberry Pool: 424 W Mulberry St
  • Northside Aztlan Community Center: 112 E Willow St
  • Senior Center: 1200 Raintree Dr.
  • Foothills Activity Center: 241 E Foothills Pkwy
  • The Farm at Lee Martinez Park

Employees may purchase passes at the discounted rates shown on the City’s website. There is no need to complete the application form, as C2C has already done this for all employees.

Note: Employees purchasing passes under this program must bring their CSU Employee ID as a means of verifying their employment with Colorado State University.


City of Fort Collins Recreation website: