Haskell Indian Nations University, in Lawrence, is home to 1,000 students of Native American identity/descent. Haskell and KU have a partnership, so Haskell students may receive health and counseling services through KU at Watkins Health on the KU campus. See the KU resources page for full information on KU offerings. Students at Haskell also have the option to go to the public Haskell Indian Health Center located at 2415 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, KS 66046. Services include dental, Diabetes Prevention Program Lab, medical, nursing, nutrition, pediatrics, pharmacy, and special diabetes programs for Native Americans. Counseling is also available to students in Winona Hall.
Clinic services at the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department for Haskell students include: tobacco use prevention and cessation, immunizations, condoms, pregnancy tests, HIV tests, birth control methods, TB skin test and medication, and STD testing. STD services include: confidential Hepatitis C testing for at-risk individuals also being tested for HIV, confidential STD testing and treatment, counseling, education, Hepatitis A and B vaccinations for eligible clients and free HIV testing as part of STD exam or on a walk-in basis.
Haskell Security: 785-760-6192 (cell)
Haskell Emergency Response Team (HERT): 785-727-9932
Haskell Indian Health Center: 785-843-3750,
M-F 7:30am-4:30pm, 2415 Massachusetts St. Lawrence, KS
Counseling Center: 785-749-8445, Winona Hall
Lawrence Memorial Hospital: 785-505-5000, 325 Maine St., Lawrence, KS 66044
Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department: 785-843-3060, Clinic: 785-842-0721, 200 Maine St., Lawrence, KS 66044