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Mental Health Resources

The University of Michigan and the School of Social Work are committed to making mental health care available to all students in need. Right now, you may be feeling increased anxiety, depression, anger or grief, and you may not know where to turn. We encourage you to connect to the resources below. No one should go through these times alone. And no one has to.

Emergency Assistance

Life-threatening Emergencies: Call 911

Campus 24-Hour Services:

  • U-M Psychiatric Emergency Services: (734) 996-4747
  • U-M Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness: (734) 936-3333
  • Department of Public Safety and Security: (734) 763-1131

U-M Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Monday-Friday 8 AM - 5 PM: caps-uofm@umich.edu
After-Hours Urgent Support: (734) 764-8312 (Press 0)
Website: caps.umich.edu

CAPS’ mental health services support students — no matter where they are — during these difficult times.  These services include:

  • Tele-counseling and virtual appointments
  • Outreach, prevention and engagement programs
  • Crisis support
  • Identifying mental health resources in student’s individual communities

CAPS is committed to giving our diverse student body access to care, high quality services and helps you take positive steps to mental health.

U-M School of Social Work

Monday-Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
(734) 936-0961
ssw.oss@umich.edu

The Office of Student Services (OSS) provides services and referrals for services to students to promote wellness, self-care and the maintenance of a healthy school-life balance. Nyshourn Price is the Health and Wellness Coordinator in OSS. She can be reached at ndp@umich.edu.

Alejandro Rojas
CAPS Social Worker
(734) 763-7894
aroja@umich.edu

The School currently has a designated counselor from CAPS, Alejandro Rojas, to support social work students.

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Wolverine Wellness

Wolverine Wellness provides information, referrals, consultations and early interventions. In addition, they influence policy and advocate for health for the U-M campus community.

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