Depression on College Campuses Conference
Offers a variety of services to help students resolve personal difficulties and acquire the skills, attitudes, and knowledge that will enable them to take full advantage of their experiences at U-M.
Educational enhancement, service delivery and facility management.
Support and advocacy for students with psychological disorders and education about mental health/illness issues; creative expression forum for individuals impacted by psychological disorders.
Education, information and advocacy services to create an open, safe, and inclusive environment for LGBT members of the campus community.
A wide range of psychological services to individuals and couples, and training opportunities in the fields of psychology and social work.
PULSE (Peers Utilizing Leadership Skills for Education)
A student run organization promoting health in residential communities and on campus through peer interactions and informative programming. Have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Educational and supportive services for the U-M community for sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, sexual harassment, and stalking.
SHARE (Student Health Advocates and Resource Exchange)
Advocacy for students with various health issues, directed at increasing awareness among both students and faculty and reducing stigma surrounding mental health issues on campus.
A comprehensive campus health resource. Includes CARE: Coalition for Action Regarding Eating and Body Image Issues.
The nation’s only peer-to-peer organization dedicated to the mental health of college students.
Promotes research, public awareness programs, public education, and training for professionals and volunteers, and serves as a clearinghouse for information about suicide.
Non-profit organization dedicated to the early diagnosis, treatment and cure of anxiety disorders
Depression resources and discussion forums for students.
Patient-directed organization focusing on depression and bipolar disorder. DBSA works to ensure that people living with mood disorders are treated equitably.
Helps families recognize and cope with depressive disorders.
Healthy Minds (American Psychiatric Association)
Information about mental health from the APA.
Supports genetic research on bipolar disorder at U-M.
Information about mental health from the U.S. government.
Works toward understanding and preventing suicide through research and education, and to reaching out to people with mood disorders and those affected by suicide.
A federally funded organization that provides prevention support, training, and resource materials to strengthen suicide prevention networks.
An online resource center for college student mental health and emotional well being, aimed at students and campus professionals.