Counseling & Psych Services

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health Advisory

CAPS Main remains open to assist Arizona students. (CAPS North and Yuma Hall Satellite are closed until further notice)

CAPS appointments have shifted to phone and HIPAA-compliant video conference. If you've seen a CAPS counselor in the past 6 months, you can schedule an appointment by calling CAPS Main:

CAPS Main phone: (520) 621-3334. 
CAPS Main hours: 8:00am-4:30pm (For crisis situations after-hours, you can reach a counselor by calling CAPS Main.)

Are you new to CAPS? You can schedule an online triage visit to get started.


Please remember that we are all responsible for our community’s well-being. Be sure that you are taking care of yourself and looking out for your friends and other campus community members.

CAPS and Campus Health Services remain informed by campus, local, state, and national agencies on COVID-19.  Click here for the latest updates.

Online resources for students during the COVID-19 pandemic:



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.

Quick Links:

Coping with COVID-19 Stress Tips & Resources

Find out more about who we are and what we do.

Find out more about CAPS locations and hours.


Crisis Resources and Hotlines


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.

Find an Off-Campus Therapist with The Shrink Space

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 memberLooking 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: Resources for Building Resilience

ASUA Basic Needs Initiative: Resources across the University of Arizona and Pima County for helping students, faculty, and staff to meet their basic needs.

Community Resources

Download our Spring-Summer 2020 Resources and Services Handout for a quick summary of CAPS services, crisis and community resources, free apps, and self-help books.

Find out more about free campus and online resources happening right now.


Emergency Mental Health Assistance:

For Students

Are you a student or concerned about a student? Walk-in services are available at both CAPS Main and CAPS North.

During Business Hours (Monday – Friday, *NEW HOURS: 8:00am-4:30pm)


You can walk in for an emergency consultation at Counseling & Psych Services.  We have two locations:

  • CAPS Main - At Highland Commons, 1224 E. Lowell St – 3rd floor of Campus Health Service
  • CAPS North - At North District, 1051 E. Mabel St – 2nd floor inside NorthREC *** CAPS NORTH IS CURRENTLY CLOSED

By Phone:

  • CAPS Main – (520) 621-3334
  • CAPS North – (520) 626-3100 *** CAPS NORTH IS CURRENTLY CLOSED

After Hours and UA Holidays:

  • Call us at either (520) 621-3334 or (520) 626-3100 and speak with a licensed mental health provider.

Download this information as a handout below:

Emergency Mental Health Assitance (for students)

Emergency Information and Resources For Everyone:

For students and non-students. Learn about crisis warning signs and who to call in a crisis situation on our Crisis Resources and Hotlines page.

Caps Quick Facts

Spring 2020 CAPS Services and Resources Handout