For University of Michigan Students

Addiction Treatment Services (UMATS)

Offers clinical care for people recovering from addiction and chemical dependency, including assessments and a full range of therapy options

Athletes Connected

A collaborative initiative developed by the University of Michigan School of Public Health, Eisenberg Family Depression Center, and Athletic Department to increase awareness of mental health issues, reduce the stigma of help-seeking, and promote positive coping skills.

Campus Mind Works

A website and outreach initiative developed by the Eisenberg Family Depression Center which provides support for students and knowledge that will enable them to take full advantage of their experiences at U-M.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)(link is external)

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.

MI Talk

A website with mental health resources such as online screenings for depression and anxiety, skill-building tools, and recorded workshops, lectures, and relaxation exercises.

Michigan Medicine Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program

The U-M Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program provides individualized, compassionate, evidence-based care for patients age 8-24 with eating disorders.

Office of Services for Student with Disabilities

This office provides support services and academic accommodations to students with disabilities. Disabilities include students with mental health conditions, visual impairments, learning disabilities, ADHD, traumatic brain injury, autism spectrum disorder, mobility impairments, hearing impairments, and chronic health problems.

Office of Conflict Resolution (OSCR)

OSCR is committed to helping students learn skills to manage conflict in daily life.

Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES)

PES provides emergency/urgent walk-in evaluation and crisis phone services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for people of all ages. Located in the University of Michigan Hospital, 1500 East Medical Center Drive.

Psychological Clinic

A wide range of mental health services for those who are 18 years and older and includes individual and group therapy.


PULSE(link is external) (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 sends e-mail).

Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC) (link is external)

Educational and supportive services for the U-M community for sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, sexual harassment, and stalking.

Spectrum Center(link is external)

Education, information and advocacy services to create an open, safe, and inclusive environment for LGBT members of the campus community.

Student Life

Student Life consists of many services that support and help U-M students get the most out of their time at the University.

University Health Service(link is external)

A comprehensive campus health resource. Offers wellness coaching at no cost. Includes the Body Peace Corps, a sponsored student organization whose members are passionate about promoting positive body image and preventing eating disorders.

Wolverine Support Network

Wolverine Support Network (WSN) empowers University of Michigan students to create an inclusive community and support each other’s identity, mental well-being, and day-to-day lives through peer-facilitated groups and bi-weekly community events.

For the Public

Active Minds, Inc.(link is external)

The nation’s only peer-to-peer organization dedicated to the mental health of college students.

American Association of Suicidology(link is external)

Promotes research, public awareness programs, public education, and training for professionals and volunteers, and serves as a clearinghouse for information about suicide.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention(link is external)

Works toward understanding and preventing suicide through research and education, and to reaching out to people with mood disorders and those affected by suicide.

Anxiety Disorders Association of America(link is external)

Non-profit organization dedicated to the early diagnosis, treatment and cure of anxiety disorders.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance(link is external) (DBSA)

Patient-directed organization focusing on depression and bipolar disorder. DBSA works to ensure that people living with mood disorders are treated equitably.

Families for Depression Awareness(link is external)

Helps families recognize and cope with depressive disorders.

American Psychiatric Association(link is external)

Information about mental health from the APA.

Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Program(link is external)

Supports genetic research on bipolar disorder at U-M.

National Institute of Mental Health(link is external)

Information about mental health from the U.S. government.


Seize the Awkward

Ad campaign developed by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, in partnership with the Jed Foundation and the Ad Council, to empower teens and young adults to reach out and help a friend who may be struggling with their mental health.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center(link is external)

A federally funded organization that provides prevention support, training, and resource materials to strengthen suicide prevention networks.

ULifeline(link is external)

An online resource center for college student mental health and emotional well being, aimed at students and campus professionals.

University Center for the Child & the Family

Offers a comprehensive range of mental health services for children and families in the Ann Arbor community. Research opportunities are available for qualifying individuals.