Supporting Student Mental Health Together
If you're unsure of how to handle a student situation, call CAPS to consult at 520-621-3334.
If someone you know is in an immediate suicidal crisis or life-threatening emergency, call 911 or bring them to your local emergency room. If you're not sure if this is a crisis or you need to talk to someone right away, call CAPS 24/7 at 520-621-3334.
Parents & Family
Tips and free consultation through the Parents Matter program.
Learn the Notice. Care. Help. framework for helping friends and sign up for free peer counseling.
Notice. Care. Help.
Notice. Care. Help. is our framework for supporting mental health as a community. Here's what it means:
Notice: Notice changes in how you're student's doing. Dramatic changes or uncharacteristic behaviors can be an indicator that someone's struggling.
Care: Check in with a caring conversation. Share any concerns with compassion and without judgment.
Help: Encourage your student to take a next step. Recommending resources is a great way to do this.
Featured Resource: Togetherall
Togetherall is a safe, anonymous, and free online space dedicated to supporting mental health and wellbeing. Students can join Togetherall to give and get support, learn new strategies, and unlock helpful self-care tools.
Tools for Student Supporters
Information and resources to help you support student mental health.