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Be Kind to Your Mind
You matter. So does your mental health. Explore these paths to learn strategies and find mental health resources that fit you best. Get started right away with any of our free on-demand tools or meet with a CAPS counselor to create a customized Care Plan tailored to your goals and needs.
Mental Health Support Comes in Many Forms
Our Care Pathways approach to care is based on the belief that:
- everyone deserves options for quality care
- collaboration is key
- you are the expert in you
- mental health support can start now
Whether you’re ready to start counseling or medication, have a question, seeking community, want to learn new skills, or just need to vent, there’s a path for you.
We'll Work Together to Create Your Personal Path
You and your CAPS provider can work together to create a Custom Care Plan tailored to you.
Individual & Couples Counseling
Set personal goals, explore solutions to your concerns, and learn strategies that help you feel better.
From groups about identity and mindfulness to masterminds for your well-being, we've got you covered.
Support for Sexual Violence Survivors
Confidential counseling, advocacy, and support for survivors.
Free one-on-one support and identity-based groups led by trained UArizona students.
Specialty Services & Assessments
Specialized assessment and support for ADHD, eating and body image concerns, and substance abuse recovery.
Off-Campus Resources & Referral Support
Sometimes, the best plan for a student involves other University resources or off-campus services. This can happen for a number of reasons, like insurance needs, the kind of services a student is looking for, or what would be the best match for a student's concerns. When that's the case, a counselor or care coordinator can discuss your options and help identify people to call to get started.
Find Your People, Find Your Passion
Whether you’re passionate about mental health and want to get involved in advocacy or want to find a group of people who share similar identities and lived experiences, there’s a place for you.