With the most recent Supreme Court ruling revoking body autonomy, many of you may be experiencing feelings such as anger, disbelief, grief, loss, fear, anxiety and shock. Your feelings are normal, appropriate, and justified responses. Holding multiple marginalized and historically oppressed identities, experiences with previous trauma, and navigating the greater socio-political context may also exacerbate your current feelings.
Welcome to CAPS and to the Spring/Summer Semester. CAPS hours are 8am-5pm Monday-Friday and with a few adjustments for safety. Our services are mostly virtual in the Spring/Summer due to the safety considerations of our community and also for clinical effectiveness and responding to student needs. These services include tele-counseling, crisis support, and virtual outreach. CAPS is committed to creating an environment based on our values of multicultural, multi-disciplinary and multi-theoretical practices that allow our diverse student body to access care, receive high quality services and take positive pathways to mental health.
Our Front Desk (Michigan Union 4th Floor) is open and ready to help support you -- staff members are available throughout the day to assist you with your needs to answer questions, and get you to the right place. We can be reached by phone at: (734) 764-8312.
CAPS has a limited number of private spaces available for students to connect with their counselor via telecounseling. Please contact the front desk for more information on those private spaces.
We are happy to now offer online scheduling! Please see THIS page for more information.
Updates will be maintained via our Pandemic FAQ page.