Our mental health can be dynamic and changing

Many people benefit from support at many levels at once. The university offers an array of resources and caring professionals to help. Explore the ways these resources may contribute to your emotional well-being.

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Policies and resources

Structures in place to create a supportive environment where all community members can thrive.

*Okanagan Charter / Health Promoting University

The International Health Promoting Universities & Colleges Network is guided by the Okanagan Charter: An International Charter for Health Promoting University and Colleges, which calls on post-secondary schools to embed health into all aspects of campus culture and to lead health promotion action and collaboration locally and globally.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Okanagan Charter/Health Promoting University

Depression on College Campuses Conference

Presented by the Eisenberg Family Depression Center, this annual event brings together hundreds of researchers, clinicians, health education specialists, student support staff and students for a two-day event focused on mental health work.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Depression on College Campuses Conference

Maize and Blue Cupboard

Developed to ensure members of the University of Michigan community — whether on a tight budget or physically restrained from getting to a grocery store — receive equitable access to healthy, nutritious, and nourishing food and the ability to prepare it for themselves or others.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Maize and Blue Cupboard

Student Emergency Funds

Dean of Students Office Emergency Funds are available to students who are unable to meet immediate, essential expenses due to temporary hardship related to an unforeseen or emergency situation. Its goal is to provide flexible assistance in a timely manner to help students continue successfully in school. Normally students are not eligible for DOS emergency funding more than once in an academic year.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Student Emergency Funds

Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP)

Learn about the health insurance coverage options available for U-M students.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP)

UHS Prepaid Plan

U-M students between semesters and recent alumni, among others, are eligible to purchase a Prepaid Plan for access to UHS services.

Eligibility: Alumni, Students

Website: UHS Prepaid Plan

Your Child: Development & Behavior Resources

The Your Child library was designed to provide parents with helpful information on common physical, mental and social health topics. From behavioral challenges and developmental milestones to preventing injuries and making healthy choices, parents will find a wide range of U-M pediatrician-approved information.

Eligibility: Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Staff, Students

Website: Your Child: Development & Behavior Resources

Education, outreach, peer-to-peer activities, and programming

Non-clinical & primary prevention programs and services that raise awareness and provide support.

Calm App

The #1 app for Sleep, Meditation and Relaxation, with over 100 million downloads and over 1.5M+ 5-star reviews.

Central Student Government offers a limited number of free subscriptions to Calm each year.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Calm App

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY EDUCATIONAL EVENTS

Michigan Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry hosts a number of educational webinars and in-person events each year to educate the public about anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, addiction and substance use, suicidality, psychosis, and other mental health conditions. Attendees hear from mental health experts and persons with lived experience, learn about research in the behavioral health field, and can ask questions during a Q&A.

Eligibility: Alumni, Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: Dept of Psychiatry Events

Mental Health First Aid (ad hoc)

Mental Health First Aid is a skills-based training course that teaches participants about mental health and substance-use issues.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Mental Health First Aid

Michigan Medicine COMPASS Peer Support Network

Confidential peer support for Michigan Medicine faculty, staff and house officers who have experienced difficult events. Peer supporters can talk with you about experiences with patient care, including unexpected outcomes, medical errors or malpractice allegations. Peer support can be helpful to discuss stress, burnout or work-life related concerns.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff

Website: COMPASS Peer Support Network

Mindwise

MindWise provides online tools to help students identify symptoms of mental health and substance use conditions and get connected to help. This is available online to students through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).

Eligibility: Students

Website: Mindwise

MyLinc training modules

My LINC—the University of Michigan’s web-based learning and information center—offers a variety of learning activities to support operational users, compliance requirements and professional development. The learning catalog includes training from ITS, Organizational Learning, Environment, Health and Safety (EHS), PEERRS, the Shared Services Center, Treasurer’s Office and more. Search the site for “well-being” and “wellness” and “mental health” to find related offerings.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff

Website: My LINC

Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Training

Over the years, the greater U-M community has requested workshops and presentations focused on helping students who may feel suicidal or in distress. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has joined 160 colleges and universities in providing QPR to their campus. Essentially, QPR is a behavioral intervention that focuses on getting a distressed student/individual referred for professional help. Since QPR’s launch in November of 2006, thousands (students, faculty and staff) have gone through the training from many different units on campus. It is also offered at Michigan Medicine through the Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience (OCWR).

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Training

Stress First Aid

Michigan Medicine offers Stress First Aid, a self-care and peer support model developed for those in high-stress professions. It provides a framework to improve recovery from stress reactions by teaching emotional support strategies that help to address early signs of stress in an ongoing way (not just after “critical incidents” or acute stressors), as well as to identify work-level and organizational factors that impact well-being.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff

Website: Stress First Aid

Togetherall

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.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Togetherall

Turner Senior Resource Center

The Turner Senior Resource Center offers many types of outreach programs and activities serving older adults. 

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Turner Senior Resource Center

Vector Solutions

Provides Community Matters required online courses for U-M students around alcohol and other drug use, as well as healthy relationships. See First Year Experience Courses.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Vector Solutions

Wolverine Wellness

A welcoming space that provides programs and services that promote well-being, as well as public health and social justice.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Wolverine Wellness

Work-Life Resource Center (WLRC)

The Work-Life Resource Center (WLRC) provides information and tools promoting work-life integration at U-M. The WLRC is committed to the ongoing development of a workplace culture supportive of personal and family life. By advocating for enlightened policies, practices and services, the WLRC contributes to the recruitment and retention of the highest-quality faculty, staff and students.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff

Website: Work-Life Resource Center

Education, resources, tools, and support

Non-clinical & secondary prevention programs and services to optimize personal health and well-being.

CAPS Community Provider Database

This service was developed by the Mental Health Work Group at the University of Michigan — a collective effort devoted to the mental health of U-M students. This resource can be used to search for private mental health care providers in the Ann Arbor area.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Community Provider Database

Center for the Education of Women + (CEW+)

A resource for all, CEW+ provides career and education counseling, scholarships and emergency grants.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Center for the Education of Women + (CEW+)

Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP)

Provides a supportive, welcoming community to students who are in recovery from alcohol or other drug problems.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP)

Dean of Students Office (DOS)

A welcoming, central place for students to receive support, assistance and resources for various concerns, challenges and unmet needs. The Dean of Students Office can assist with crisis/emergency situations, off-campus housing challenges, academic difficulties, financial hardship, food insecurity & basic needs, campus climate concerns, concerns for the well-being of self or others, and other difficulties affecting campus life.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Dean of Students Office (DOS)

MHealthy

MHealthy helps faculty and staff lead fulfilling lives by meeting their needs through a diverse set of well-being programs and services. MHealthy fosters a sense of belonging, positive and inclusive work cultures, and healthy environments that contribute to U-M being a great public university.

Eligibility: Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff

Website: MHealthy

Michigan Medicine Wellness Office

The Michigan Medicine Wellness Office is dedicated to improving workplace well-being, reducing professional burnout and creating a caring, safe environment where all faculty, staff and learners at Michigan Medicine can thrive.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Michigan Medicine Wellness Office

Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA)

As a unit in Student Life, MESA strives to achieve our vision of a diverse and vibrant campus community where all members are embraced, nurtured and free to achieve their definition of success. MESA is grounded in theory, engages both the individual and collective, promotes cross-collaboration, builds intercultural and leadership skills and empowers students to address social justice issues.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA)

Recreational Sports

Recreational Sports provides recreation facilities, Group-X fitness classes, personal training, Small Group training, Intramural Sports, Club Sports, and Adventure Leadership Trips.

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: Recreational Sports

Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center (SAPAC)

SAPAC promotes healthy relationships, teaches non-violence and equality, supports survivor healing and fosters a respectful and safe environment for all members of the University of Michigan community.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center (SAPAC)

Spectrum Center

Provides education, outreach, advocacy and support services for LGBTQ+ students, faculty and staff.

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Spectrum Center

Student Accessibility & Accommodation Service (SAAS)

Provides academic accommodations and access to students with permanent and temporary disabilities.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Student Accessibility & Accommodation Service (SAAS)

Wellness Coaching

Provides one-on-one coaching conversations to help students optimize personal health and wellness.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Wellness Coaching

Outpatient evaluation, treatment, and counseling

Clinical & tertiary care for a variety of mental health concerns available on campus and at Michigan Medicine.

Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

The Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a comprehensive patient care program providing intensive psychiatric treatment to individuals struggling with mood and anxiety disorders. Patients participate Monday through Friday for 6.5 hours during the day and return home in the evening.

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: Adult Partial Hospitalization Program

Ambulatory Psychiatry

U-M’s Ambulatory Psychiatry Services provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment for patients and families whose lives have been touched by an array of mental health conditions, evaluating and treating individuals in every life stage, including children and adolescents, adults and geriatric patients.

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: Ambulatory Psychiatry

Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program (CEDP)

The Michigan Medicine Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program provides individualized, compassionate, evidence-based care for patients ages 8-22 with eating disorders. Interdisciplinary services are provided by adolescent medicine physicians, child and adolescent psychiatry and psychology, clinical social workers, dietetics and an educational specialist.

Eligibility: Dependents, Other Qualified Adults, Students

Website: Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling and Psychological Services provides student-focused mental health services to currently enrolled U-M undergraduate and graduate students. They provide consultation, brief individual, couples and group therapy, lunch series, support groups, clinical workshops, urgent/crisis interventions and assistance with referrals. 

Through campuswide partnerships, CAPS can also help students connect with other U-M resources.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

Crisis Text Line

A free, 24/7 external support service available for all faculty, staff and students from academic campuses and the Michigan Medicine community. HIPAA compliance policies apply to using this service, and all text conversations are private and secure. You need not be in crisis to use this service for support.

Michigan Medicine faculty, staff and students can text ‘UMICH’ to 741741
U-M campus faculty, staff and students can text ‘4UMICH’ to 741741

Eligibility: Faculty, Staff, Students

Website: Crisis Text Line

Eisenberg Family Depression Center

Conducts research in mental illness, provides support groups and education about depression and other mood disorders.

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: Eisenberg Family Depression Center

Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO)

Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO) provides faculty, staff and students who are GSIs and GSRAs with counseling and coaching in areas related to their professional, as well as personal lives (such as anxiety, depression, grief, family and interpersonal conflicts). Also, provides consultation services for campus leaders on addressing behavioral health issues in the workplace.

Eligibility: Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff

Website: Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO)

House Officer Mental Health Program (HOMHP)

Michigan Medicine’s House Officer Mental Health Program provides a range of mental health services to a large number of house officers in all disciplines.

Eligibility: Staff

Website: House Officer Mental Health Program (HOMHP)

Mary A. Rackham Institute (MARI)

MARI offers clinical services to address mental health and language and literacy challenges for students, faculty, staff and the public.

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: Mary A. Rackham Institute

Medical Student Mental Health Program (MSMH)

The Medical Student Mental Health Program is an integral service of the Michigan Medicine Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience. Confidential psychological care and referral services are offered at no-cost and are designed to support medical students as they prepare to become a leader in medicine.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Medical Student Mental Health Program

Michigan Athletics Counseling Team

The Athletics Counseling Team (ACT) provides a full spectrum of care for student-athletes to flourish during their career at Michigan.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Michigan Athletics Counseling Team

Michigan Medicine Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience (OCWR)

The Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience is available to provide short-term counseling, consultation, impactful event support and information to all Michigan Medicine faculty, staff and house officers. They are available to support mental health and can help address a wide range of concerns, including stress, anxiety, moral distress, grief, loss, family and relationship concerns.

Eligibility: Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff

Website: Michigan Medicine Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience (OCWR)

Sleep Disorders Centers

The U-M sleep medicine program is one of the oldest, largest and most well-developed in the U.S. This multidisciplinary group includes physicians from Neurology, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Otolaryngology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Psychiatry.

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: Sleep Disorders Centers

U-M Addiction Treatment Services (UMATS)

U-M Addiction Treatment Services is staffed by psychiatrists, social workers and nurses who work together as a multidisciplinary team. They offer:

  • Intensive outpatient programs for adults and adolescents
  • Psychiatric evaluations and treatment
  • Individual, group, couples, and family therapy
  • Medications to treat psychiatric symptoms as well as addiction
  • Outpatient detoxification for alcohol and other drugs, when medically safe

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: U-M Addiction Treatment Services

UHS-Eating & Body Image Concerns

UHS has clinicians who specialize in the treatment of individuals with eating disorders and eating concerns. These clinicians can collaborate with the UHS Nutrition Clinic to review eating patterns and provide support and information.

Eligibility: Students

Website: UHS-Eating and Body Image Concerns

UHS-Psychiatry

Provides currently enrolled U-M students (Ann Arbor campus) and UHS Prepaid Plan members with consultation for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of mental health concerns.

Eligibility: Students

Website: UHS-Psychiatry

UHS-Sleep Clinic

A neurologist who specialize in sleep medicine can address a range of sleep and wakefulness concerns.

Eligibility: Students

Website: UHS-Sleep Clinic

UHS-Social Work

UHS Clinical Social Workers are involved in many ways across campus, including participation on multidisciplinary campus committees, providing mental health education, and meeting with students/U-M community members one-on-one to assess needs and connect to resources.

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: UHS-Social Work

UWill (3rd party)

Uwill offers an immediate connection to a licensed therapist based on student preferences. Students have access to 6 free sessions per year through video, phone, chat or messaging.

Eligibility: Students

Website: Uwill

Inpatient and emergency psychiatric care

Clinical, tertiary & intensive care provided by Michigan Medicine for acute and severe mental health concerns.

Adult Inpatient Psychiatry (9C)

The University of Michigan Adult Inpatient Psychiatry Program at U-M Hospital provides diagnostic evaluations and comprehensive, individualized treatment for patients with serious psychiatric illnesses.

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: Adult Inpatient Psychiatry

Child Inpatient Psychiatry

The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Inpatient Program offers inpatient psychiatric care for a variety of childhood and adolescent psychiatric disorders. State-of-the-art care is provided for mood, anxiety, psychosis, behavioral and developmental disorders.

Eligibility: Dependents, Other Qualified Adults, Students

Website: Child Inpatient Psychiatry

Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES)

Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) provides emergency/urgent walk-in evaluation and crisis phone services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for people of all ages.

Eligibility: Dependents, Faculty, Other Qualified Adults, Retirees, Staff, Students

Website: Psychiatric Emergency Services

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