Supporting the well-being of our people, places and planet

The Well-being Collective at the University of Michigan is a collaborative effort focused on making U-M a better place to live, work and learn for our students, faculty and staff by implementing a system-wide approach to supporting well-being across our campus.

President Santa J. Ono on Well-being at Michigan

University of Michigan President Santa J. Ono on the university's commitment to mental health and the well-being of students, faculty and staff.

The Okanagan Charter

Our efforts are guided by the university's adoption of an international charter that calls upon schools and colleges to embed health into all aspects of campus culture.

Our Progress

Learn about our common agenda and the four themes outlined by the Student Mental Health Innovative Approaches Review Committee.

Resources for Students, Faculty & Staff

Learn more about well-being and how you can feel your best or how to connect a friend or loved one with useful resources at U-M.

Continuum of Care

The University of Michigan and Michigan Medicine provide a robust continuum of care supporting the well-being and mental health of our students, faculty and staff.

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U-M recognizes its vital role in supporting the well-being of others and is committed to incorporating health-promoting values and principles into its mission, vision and strategic plans.

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Get Involved

Learn how you can get involved in supporting your individual wellness, the well-being of your community and the planet.



Mental health resources & services available on the U-M campus

Tools & Resources

How are you feeling? Wherever you are on the continuum we are committed to helping you find the resources you need to grow, thrive and feel your best.

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Stories & News

Read stories and news highlighting the efforts of the U-M community to foster a culture of empathy and compassion, and advancing policy and system-level change.