Counseling & Psych Services
>>>Now Open: CAPS North
Campus Health’s Counseling & Psych Services (CAPS) has a full service facility located inside NorthRec at the new UArizona North District. CAPS North is at 1051 E. Mabel Street, at the cross-streets of Mabel and Fremont. Adding this second CAPS location provides students with increased accessibility to mental health services.
Find out more about CAPS locations and hours.
Hey, Wildcat. Want to talk? We'll listen.
At Counseling & Psych Services (CAPS), students can speak with licensed mental health professionals about things like:
- anxiety and depression
- eating and body image
- alcohol and drug concerns
- family, friend, roommate, and relationship problems
- sexual assault and relationship violence
- crises and trauma
- psychiatric medication
- And anything else you need to talk about.
All currently enrolled students are eligible to be seen at CAPS.
Take it from Wilbur, talking it out helps!
Watch this video to find out more about what we do and how to get started:
Have a question? Looking for more resources?
Call CAPS at (520) 621-3334 or try one of these links to get you started:
Who We Are and What We Do: Find out more about the CAPS team, CAPS services, and how to get an appointment.
Self-Help Resources: Browse our self-help tips, videos, and workshops, or find the perfect self-help book for you.
For Parents and Family: Learn more about our Parents Matter program sponsored by the University of Arizona Parents and Family Association.
For Faculty/Staff: Concerned about a student? Find out more about how you can consult with a CAPS staff member. Looking for resources for yourself? Need resources for yourself? Visit Life & Work Connections for information on their programs, counseling, and workshops.
Learn more about our Stronger Than initiative.
ASUA Basic Needs Initiative: Resources across the University of Arizona and Pima County for helping students, faculty, and staff to meet their basic needs.
Download our 2019-2020 Resource List for a quick summary of CAPS services, crisis and community resources, free apps, and self-help books.