“When it comes to sexual assault if it matters to you, it matters to us”
Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among college students. Twenty-five percent know of someone who has died as a result of suicide and/or 40% know of someone who has attempted. But suicide is preventable. To honor National Suicide Prevention Month, CAPS encourages increased awareness about prevention to stop student suicide. It is important to know the warning signs and resources, listen to one another, show concern, and be willing to help. No matter how difficult things may seem, there is always hope. One conversation encouraging hope and resiliency can make a difference.
Mon -Thurs: 8am-7pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Our urgent/crisis services are available 24/7 for those students who are in crisis or have an urgent need to be seen by our counselor on duty.
Counselor on Duty at CAPS is available in Fall/Winter Semester:
My Brothers Dialogue Series
Culture, Coping and Help Seeking
Denise Saint Arnault, Ph.D., RN, FAAN
Associate Professor, UM School of Nursing
Honoring Hal Korn, Ph.D., former Director of CAPS and Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Michigan, who believed we have "the potential for acqiring the needed comprehensive knowledge of individual student characteristcs and the commitment to create a campus environment conducive to mastery learning."
Funding for this series has been made possible through an endowment created by the genorisity of an anonymous donor.