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Mental Health Support Tailored to You

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Current Events: It's normal to feel a range of emotions when you're impacted by what's happening in the news or on campus. Know that you're not alone and we're here to support you. View our Support for Current Events page.

COVID: In-person and Zoom visits are both available. Masks are required upon entry at all CAPS locations (whether you are vaccinated or not).


Your mental health care is important to us. If you need help with English or would like a language interpreter, please let us know.

¡Bienvenido! Su cuidado de la salud es importante para nosotros. Si necesita ayuda con el inglés o si desea un intérprete de idiomas, háganoslo saber.

 

If it matters to you, it matters to us. Whatever your goals, there's a path for you.

Explore CAPS Care Pathways

Student Hub

Everything you need to start on your mental health and wellness path.

Find the Right Fit

From identities to specialties, we have a wide range of counselors and psychiatrists to support you.

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I can talk about anything and not feel judged.

- UA Student 

Identity-Inclusive Services

Talk with someone who gets where you’re coming from.

On Demand Mental Health Tools

Learn new skills and connect with others on your timeline.

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CAPS has become an absolutely vital part of my life.

- UA Student 

Peer Counseling

Free one-on-one support and identity-based groups led by trained UArizona students. 

Survivor Support

Confidential support for sexual violence survivors.

We're All Connected

We live in a big world. Wherever you are and however world events are impacting you, we're here to help.

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Help Your Friends & Get Support

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Tools to Navigate the World Today

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Free, Safe, Anonymous Support

Your Voice Matters

Your perspective helps us serve students better and reminds other students that they're not alone. 

Visit Student Voices