mental health

  1. May 2, 2024

    Prioritizing conversations about mental health in the workplace

    May is Mental Health Awareness Month intends to cultivate an environment where discussing mental and emotional well-being in the workplace is encouraged.

  2. April 8, 2024

    Take 5 to Focus returns to promote daily mindfulness

    Feeling less stress, having more focus, and generally being in a better mood are the key benefits of the Take 5 to Focus program, now available on the MHealthy Portal.

  3. March 4, 2024

    CAPS, UHS to merge into University Health & Counseling

    U-M has merged its Counseling and Psychological Services with University Health Service as a way to streamline and ease barriers to student-centered mental health care.

  4. January 12, 2024

    Michigan Medicine brings Recharge Rooms to employees

    Michigan Medicine recently became the first health care system in the Midwest to bring Recharge Rooms to its employees.

  5. October 12, 2023

    U-M joins initiative to assess, strengthen student mental health

    The university has joined JED Campus, a four-year initiative to assess and strengthen student well-being and mental health work currently underway across the Ann Arbor campus.

  6. August 28, 2023

    Programs to help faculty and staff thrive

    There are a variety of university programs to help U-M employees nurture their careers, health and emotional well-being. Here is a list of some of the specific programs to help support U-M faculty and staff.

  7. May 1, 2023

    Connection, support emphasized for Mental Health Awareness Month

    During Mental Health Awareness Month this May, experts in health and well-being at U-M invite colleagues to come together and find moments to support one another.

  8. March 20, 2023

    MC3 is a ‘game changer’ for mental health in Michigan

    When primary care providers across Michigan have trouble finding local mental health therapists and support services, they often turn to a service called MC3, based at U-M’s Department of Psychiatry.

  9. March 13, 2023

    Loneliness, isolation down but still high among older adults

    After three years of pandemic living, loneliness, isolation and lack of social contact have finally started to decline among older adults, U-M’s National Poll on Healthy Aging shows.

  10. March 10, 2023

    Student anxiety, depression — and care efforts — higher than ever

    While rates of anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts are at all-time highs, more college students than ever report receiving therapy or counseling, according to a new report.