Identity-Inclusive Services


Support for the Whole You

You have many intersecting identities. Talk with folx who get where you're coming from.



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Support Where You Feel Comfortable

Feeling safe and understood is essential to mental health support. Use our provider search tool to browse our counselors and psychiatry providers by identity and specialty area. 

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Find Your Folx

Community helps us feel safe, valued, and empowered. Find the folx that you feel connected to.

Free Identity-Inclusive Drop-In Groups

Peer-Led Groups

Meet with other students who share part of your identity. 

Students of Color Group

A free drop-in support group specifically for students of color.

Connecting with Pride LGBTQIA2S+ Support Group

A safe and friendly space to discuss topics like coming out, gender identities, and navigating family issues. 

Gender Spectrum Support Group

Weekly, confidential, affirming therapy group for anyone seeking support for gender identity issues.

Gender-Affirming Healthcare Support

Our expert care coordination team provides free support in accessing gender-affirming care. You can call CAPS at 520-621-3334 or schedule a free Resource & Referral appointment online through PatientLink to speak with a care coordinator. 

Site-Based Counseling

CAPS has partnered with campus cultural and resource centers and select academic programs to offer free counseling and consultation services.

Connect with a Site-Based Counselor

LGBTQIA2S+ Mental Health

CAPS and Campus Health are dedicated to providing high quality, respectful, and gender-affirming care for gender and sexual minority (GSM) students.

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Everyone Deserves Options


From one-on-one and group peer support to identity-inclusive services and skills-based mental health tools, there are free options for your mental health support.


CAPS Care Pathways

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Mental Health Support Comes in Many Forms

Our Care Pathways whole-student approach to care is based on the belief that: 

  • everyone deserves options for quality care
  • collaboration is key
  • you are the expert in you
  • mental health support can start now

Whether you’re ready to start counseling or medication, have a question, seeking community, want to learn new skills, or just need to vent, there’s a path for you.

Let's Find Your Path

Mix and match services and resources to create the perfect combination for your goals and needs or meet with a counselor to discuss your options.


Individual & Couples Counseling

Set personal goals, explore solutions to your concerns, and learn strategies that help you feel better.


Medication may be an option for supporting your mental health.


From groups about identity and mindfulness to masterminds for your well-being, we've got you covered.


Tools for anxiety, depression, life transitions, and more.

Support for Sexual Violence Survivors

Confidential counseling, advocacy, and support for survivors.

Peers Helping Peers

Find your people, support your friends, and get help for yourself or others.

Specialty Services & Assessments

Specialized assessment and support for ADHD, eating and body image concerns, and substance abuse recovery.

Mental Health Support On Demand

Learn new skills and connect with others on your timeline.