Find Treatment Services

There are a number of different mental health treatment services available on campus and throughout the Ann Arbor area.

Currently enrolled U-M students are able to receive free treatment services from CAPS and UHS.

  • CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services) provides free mental health treatment services including individual therapy, clinical groups and workshops, and psychiatric services
  • UHS  (University Health Service) provides free mental health screenings, referral, follow-ups, and medication management for confirmed diagnoses. A psychiatrist is also available for consultation after receiving a referral.

“UHS and CAPS are valuable resources that you should use regularly, not just when your health, mental or physical, gets to emergency level.”

Other U-M treatment options include in-patient care at the Adult Inpatient Psychiatry Program at U-M Hospital and out-patient care at the Depression Center. These services are not covered under the student fees.

If you wish to seek care outside of Michigan Medicine, there are a number of other clinicians in the area.

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Early Bird Registration Now Open!

The 17th Annual Depression on College Campuses Conference focuses on new research findings, model programs, and policies to improve health outcomes. The conference is free for students and offers continuing education credits for professionals.

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