Need Help Now?
If you believe someone poses an immediate threat to him/herself or others, call anytime: 911
If you believe someone may pose a serious threat to him/herself or others, call anytime:
U-M Psychiatric Emergency Services
Counseling, Referrals, and Information
For confidential counseling at no charge to you, referrals to specialists, or general information on how to help yourself or others manage mental and emotional health concerns, call your employee assistance program:
Health System Employees
U-M Health System Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Campus Employees in Ann Arbor, Flint, or Dearborn
U-M Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP)
If you prefer to use community resources, you can contact your physician, your health plan, or your county's community mental health services program for assistance.
For additional campus and community resources for mental and emotional health, visit the where to go for help section of this website.