- The School of Social Work Office of Student Services and Enrollment Management staff is available to link students to needed resources. Students are also encouraged to reach out to advisors if they face challenges.
- U-M Counseling and Psychological Services CAPS Jamie Boschee, LLMSW, is the CAPS embedded counselor with the School of Social Work. To request clinical services from Jamie, please email her at email@example.com.
- University Health Service offers health care and individual wellness coaching to support student’s well-being and can be provided in-person or virtually.
- Stress Management Resources is a collection of local and national stress management, health, and depression resources.
- A Video Toolkit to Support the Well-Being of Students of Color
The National Center for Institutional Diversity at U-M shared a video series featuring scholars and practitioners from across the country who provide evidence-based information for faculty, staff, and providers to foster a positive learning environment and support the mental health and well-being of students of color.
- Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Resource Guide
This guide was created with a focus on BlPOC mental health to be utilized by clinicians, patients/clients, and allies. This resource guide is comprehensive; however, not exhaustive.
- Spectrum Center provides programs, educational opportunities, and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students, faculty, staff and friends.
CAPS Mental Health Emergency and After Hours Services
- Crisis/emergency: (734) 764-8312, 530 S. State Street, 4th floor, Suite 4079
- CAPS hours: M-R 9-6; F 9-5 pm
- Psychiatric Emergency Services: (734) 936-5900
- For after-hours: (734) 764-8312, dial 0
Faculty Toolkit Available To Download
CAPS launched the Faculty Toolkit with the generous support of the Baldwin Foundation. The Faculty Toolkit main goals are:
- To help faculty create a classroom/lab/studio environment that is supportive of student mental health.
- To provide faculty with tips on how to identify and help a student who may be struggling with their mental health.
Download the new CAPS Faculty Toolkit App for iPhones by searching "CAPS Faculty Toolkit" in the App Store. Android users contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAPS Resources Faculty and Staff Page