CAPS is dedicated to providing outreach and community engagement on campus to create a resilient and compassionate campus community that supports mental health and wellness. At your request, members of our staff will facilitate a workshop presentation for your student orgs, university departments, staff, and offices that serve UM students. Our hope is to provide participants with skills to help themselves and others be more successful in life at UM. See below to submit the Workshop Request form, or to read the Workshop Topic Descriptions.
The Wolverine Support Network (WSN) is a student-led peer support program developed by Central Student Government leaders in collaboration with Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). WSN is designed to empower students to create a safe community in support of mental well-being and identity development. The peer-facilitated groups meet weekly and provide a place to discuss day-to-day stressors, build trust, and connect with students from all across campus.
The CAPS Student Advisory Board (CAPS SAB) is a diverse group of undergraduate and graduate students who advise CAPS on matters of mental health outreach to all students, provides input on various agency decisions, and is involved in staff searches.