CAPS Groups & Workshops
Whatever you're going through, you don't have to do it alone.
Powerful changes can happen when you meet with a group of peers who get what you're going through. That's why CAPS offers a variety of groups and workshops tailored to the common questions and concerns students have.
If you've never thought about group before or worry that it would be weird or uncomfortable, here are a few things you probably didn't know:
Spring 2020 Group Schedule & Locations
CAPS groups are offered at the CAPS Main, CAPS North, and Yuma hall satellite offices. View the schedule below to see which group times and meeting locations work best for you. You can find more information about each group in the links below. Please note that to attend a CAPS group, you'll need to be referred by a CAPS provider (triage, counseling, or psychiatry).
**Group meeting days, times, and locations may change each semester. Stay up-to-date by checking the dates and times listed online, by calling CAPS at (520) 621-3334, or viewing the CAPS group schedule.**
Download the Spring 2020 group schedule and group descriptions.
Spring 2020 Group Descriptions
CAPS groups open to all Arizona students:
LGBTQ+ Support Group - cosponsored by CAPS, LGBTQ Affairs, and Dean of Students Office
Tips & Tricks for Better Sleep
CAPS grad student groups:
On-campus support groups open to Arizona students:
On-Campus Alcoholics Anonymous Group - sponsored by Wildcats Anonymous
Off-Campus Support and Groups:
Meditation Mondays with Center for Compassion Studies at Little Chapel of All Nations
CHADD of Tucson Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders
NAMI of Southern Arizona (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
SMART Recovery (addiction recovery)