Wellness Groups

What are they? Campus Mind Works wellness groups are free drop-in wellness groups for U-M students that provide mental health education and support. These groups are facilitated by a licensed clinical social worker. The first half is an educational presentation on a mental health topic and a support group follows during the second half. Topics change every month depending on student needs.

College and graduate students will learn about different factors that can impact mental health, share strategies for managing the stress of college and graduate life, and speak with other students about challenges and successes.

When do they occur? Groups happen on a bi-weekly basis on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:00pm October through April. See below for this semester’s schedule.

Where are they?  Groups are held on both North and Central campus with the same topic repeating in both locations in a given month. The North Campus groups are held in the Chrysler Center and the Central Campus groups are held in Mason Hall and Angell Hall.

What else? Each student attending the group will receive a folder filled a copy of the presentation and resources. Additional resources are also available for students to take with them voluntarily. Light refreshments will be served to attendees.

Other wellness groups on campus:

CAPS groups, lunch series, & workshops

Wolverine Support Network


Get Help Now - Crisis Text Line 741-741 // Call U-M Crisis Phone Line: 834-936-5900 or 734-996-4747