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UMHS Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
For health system employees
The UMHS Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential, no cost service for UMHS faculty, staff, and their families as well as U-M staff and faculty located near UMHS. Our goal is to inspire ongoing individual and organizational development, while contributing to the health and well-being of the Health System community. We do this by providing brief counseling and coaching services, mediation services, crisis intervention, assessment and referral, educational and training programs, and supervisory, staff, and team consultation.
Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP)
For campus employees in Ann Arbor, Dearborn, & Flint
The University of Michigan Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP) offers a number of services to help staff, faculty, and their immediate family members with personal difficulties encountered at both work and home. All services are free of charge and confidential and include: short-term counseling on personal, emotional, family and work place issues; personalized coaching services to assist with achieving professional or personal goals; critical incident, trauma and grief counseling; and educational presentations on a variety of emotional and mental health topics.
Central Campus (734) 936-8660 TTY (734) 647-1388
Flint Campus (734) 936-8660 TTY (734) 647-1388
Dearborn Campus (313) 593-5430
Geriatrics Center and Turner Senior Resource Center
U-M Geriatrics Center’s Social Work & Community Programs aim to help people achieve the highest wellbeing. Our social workers offer individual and group counseling in the clinic to both older adults and family members. A wide range of support groups, educational programs, and peer counseling services are also available. The center also offers daycare for older adults with dementia. Information and support for caregivers is provided by telephone, email and through individual and group sessions.
Health Education Resource Center (HERC)
The MHealthy Health Education Resource Center is a full-service lending library located in the East Ann Arbor Health Center. The HERC has a complete collection of health materials which includes electronic, print, and audiovisual resources. Use the online search feature to locate materials of interest to you. Some information can also be accessed online.
House Officer Mental Health Program
The House Officer Mental Health Program provides confidential counseling, evaluation, and psychotherapy for house officers and their significant others. The program is staffed by psychiatrists who know the medical setting. They have experience treating the full range of personal and work problems of physicians at all levels of training.
(734) 936-6266 #13728 pager
The Psychological Clinic is a University of Michigan agency offering outpatient mental health services for adults and couples 18 and over. University affiliation is not required to receive services. Services include consultation, psychological testing, short and longer-term psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral therapy for individuals and couples (psychiatric consultation available in conjunction with therapy), groups for eating disorders and social isolation. Sliding scale fee.
University Center for the Child & Family (UCCF)
The University Center for the Child and the Family (UCCF) is a University of Michigan facility offering a comprehensive range of mental health services for children and families in the community. UCCF offers counseling, therapy, and mental health services to children and families in the following areas: Learning Disabilities, social Skills, Child Evaluations and Assessments, IQ Testing, ADHD Evaluations, Emotional and Behavioral concerns, Parenting, grief and loss, Relationship Issues for Marriage and Couples.
Community Mental Health Services Programs
Mental health services in Michigan are coordinated through local Community Mental Health Services Programs (CMHSPs).This website provides an alphabetical list of local CMHSPs. The list includes contact information for your local program.
Community Mental Health Services Programs
Michigan Department of Community Health: Mental Health and Substance Abuse
The Mental Health and Substance Abuse Administration of the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) provides support and services for adults with serious mental illness, children with serious emotional disturbance, people with developmental disabilities, and people with substance use disorders.
Michigan Mental Health Networker
The Networker website provides listings of mental health therapists, agencies, and support groups in Michigan. The site also provides news articles and other informational resources on mental health topics.
Support Groups/ Self-Help Groups:
Note: If you don’t find the support group or self-help group you’re looking for, search on the more general sites listed under the Support Groups/ Self-Help Groups category. There are many more potentially relevant groups than can be included here.
No listings at this time. If you would like to suggest a group for inclusion, please email firstname.lastname@example.org