Uwill is a virtual mental health and wellness tool that provides U-M students with immediate access to a therapist.
U-M students can have up to four sessions with a Uwill counselor at no cost. Students can:
This service is offered at no cost to currently enrolled U-M students regardless of their location. Students must be enrolled during the semester they are seeking services. (The exception is doctoral students, who are considered to be continuously enrolled.)
Uwill is most appropriate for students whose concerns are a good fit for brief services and whose scheduling needs may not fit with available on-campus services. Uwill may also be an option for students who are enrolled but living outside of the state.
Students enroll on the Uwill website using their university email address.
Silvercloud is an online, self-guided, interactive mental health resource. It’s not designed to replace in person mental health treatment but may be an effective option for students, faculty and staff seeking to manage day-to-day stress, improve resilience and reduce mild to moderate symptoms of depression and anxiety. It is self-paced and can be accessed 24 hours a day.
Togetherall is an online, anonymous peer-support tool available for free to our students. Togetherall is a clinically moderated, online peer-to-peer mental health community that reaches and empowers a diverse population of students to anonymously seek and provide support.
The Stressbusters app is continuously updated with interactive features including daily messages from U-M community members, a “sonic spa” with audio tracks to increase calm and focus, a video stream of how-to segments, expert interviews, and other relevant short videos, and health rewards for participation in CAPS and other U-M wellness activities.
The Community Provider Database provides information about seeking therapy off campus in the Ann Arbor area.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106