Together We Care

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We're here to help you support the students in your life.

As a faculty or staff member serving students, you may be the first to notice when a student is in distress or facing difficult circumstances. Your special relationship with a student can give you an up-close view of their daily life. This puts you in a unique position to help connect students with the resources and supports that will help them feel better and succeed in school. We're here to help you support them.

Notice. Care. Help. 

It's our framework for supporting mental health and wellness as a community. Here's what it means:


  • Notice student wellbeing and opportunities to promote wellness.
  • Learn the signs that someone is struggling or needs immediate help.


  • Communicate with students of concern.
  • Encourage self-care and health-promoting behaviors in the students you serve.


  • Offer the level of help and support you can.
  • Encourage and help students connect with professional help.

Choose what you'd like to explore:

Not sure how to help your student? Start here: 

Call & Consult with CAPS

Call & Consult is our faculty and staff consultation program. When you're in doubt about how to handle a student concern, call us at (520) 621-3334. A CAPS professional will return your call and problem-solve with you about situations. If someone you know is in an immediate suicidal crisis or emergency, call 911. View more crisis support resources.

CAPS Care Pathways

Learn how students get started at CAPS and explore our mix-and-match mental health services and resources for students.

Additional Faculty, Staff, and Instructor Resources


Request a Presentation

We strive to educate the UA community to foster a supportive environment for student learning, living, and growing.

Mental Health First Aid

Build the skills to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.

Dean of Students

The Dean of Students Office team members are well-versed in student behavior, educational outcomes, and University resources. 

Life & Work Connections

Life & Work Connections provides mental health services for UA faculty or staff members.

We Want to Hear From You

Please take a moment to complete our Together We Care survey and share your insights with us.