Be where you are. This simple truth can be a starting place for many during this global pandemic. Observe, acknowledge, and be present with your emotions. You don't have to ignore or avoid the unpleasant, the disruption, the uncertainty. You don't have to be where someone else is or where they tell you to be. There is great empowerment in simply naming your feeling and having it be yours. Whether you are scared, hopeful, unsure, sad, angry, surprised, confused, thankful....all are acceptable and CAPS is here to help.
CAPS has made adjustments to services based on recommendations to support the safety of our community. We are currently open and services are mostl virtual. CAPS staff remain actively engaged in supporting the mental health needs of UM students through tele-counseling, crisis support, and virtual outreach.
For questions about CAPS services, please call 734-764-8312. For urgent/crisis needs when CAPS is closed, please call CAPS After Hours.
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