Where to Go for Help
It’s not always easy to ask for help. But as we all go through life’s ups and downs, knowing when to seek support is an important part of managing our overall health and well-being.
If you’re having a tough time or just have some questions, talking to someone now can make a big difference. Whether you’re concerned about yourself or someone you care about, please know that there is help available for you—and there is hope.
In this section, you’ll find information on campus and community resources. For every concern, there is someone specially trained to listen, support, and guide you to help make things better.
Use the menu below to find the help you need. Then take that important next step to make the call, and start feeling better.
I need help with my concerns about:
- Anger Management
- Bipolar Disorder
- Domestic Violence/ Sexual Violence
- Financial Issues/Emergency Aid
- General Wellness
- Grief & Loss
- LGBT/Gender Issues
- Marriage/Partner/Relationship Issues
- Parenting/Family Concerns
- Sleep Problems
- Stress Management
- Substance Abuse/Misuse/Addiction
- Support Groups/Self-Help Groups
- Work/Life Balance
Not sure how to get started? Try these steps.
- Browse the campus and community resources by name.
- Use the Confidential Online Screenings to check your symptoms.
- Visit the Learn More section for information about mental health conditions.
Questions? Confused? Contact your employee assistance program for free, confidential guidance.
- UMHS Employees, contact the Employee Assistance Program
- Campus employees, contact the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
Note: Mental health services are a covered benefit under your health insurance, but there may be some limitations. Before scheduling an appointment with a mental health provider, we recommend you:
- Consult the U-M Benefits website
- Contact your Health Plan directly to confirm coverage details.