Support for Self-Discovery

Resilience-Building Tools & Resources

We Want You to Thrive

It's our mission at CAPS to help students thrive academically and emotionally. That's why we've built a virtual library of free tools to help you take good care of yourself and discover your unique strengths. 

Where Do You Want to Start?

TAO Pathways Self-Enrolled Self-Help

TAO Pathways offers free self-help activities recommended by CAPS to help with stress, anxiety, relationship problems, anger management, problem-solving, communication, or evaluating your alcohol and drug use - without a counseling appointment.

Enroll for free with UA email and the enrollment key: CAPS-Cares-520



WellTrack Interactive Self-Help

WellTrack is designed to help you understand your mental health and to provide you with the help that you need right now. WellTrack is a suite of online tools and courses that uses aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help you take charge of your mental health.

Enroll in WellTrack

(create a free account with your UA email and password)


Free Mental Health Tools Library

Whenever you're struggling with a challenging situation, creating your own self-help plan can be empowering and enlightening. 

BROWSe mental health tools


Pathways to Wellness

Design your own path to wellness, inside and out, and discover tips and campus resources to support your journey.


You Are Stronger Than You Know

You possess unique and extraordinary strengths, and it's our job at Campus Health to help you discover and use them. We believe in you and want to help you discover that you're stronger than you believe. Our Stronger Than initiative provides students with the tools to be resilient, determined citizens of the world.

3 Stronger Than Tools:


The last year has been a time of great change and uncertainty related to the pandemic, systemic racism and oppression, political tensions, and other stressful events. To help you navigate these challenging times, we've put together a library tools for what's happening now.

tools for what's happening now

Calm meditation for sleep app

  • free trial available
  • subscriptions available for $12.99/month, $59.99/year, or $299/life 

Calm Harm App manage the urge to self-harm

Headspace App Meditation and Mindfulness Made Simple

  • free trial available
  • $9.99 per year student rate available for Headspace Plus subscription

In the Moment Mindful Eating app

Ipnos relaxation and sleep tools relaxation melodies, relaxation meditation, relaxing yoga music, wake-up and sleep-aid clock app

Liberate Meditations and talks designed for the Black, Indigenous, and people of color experience. Led by BIPOC teachers.

Mood Fit App Fitness for your mental health, including tools for tracking your mood, challenging negative thinking, positive reminders, and more.

Mood Tools App Quick depression test, mood diary, and suicide safety planning.

My Wellness Coach App by the University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine

Omvana by Mindvalley 500+ transformational audios for body, mind, lifestyle, productivity, relationships, hypnosis

See Me Serene app for reducing isolation-related stress developed at Arizona.

Shine App Inclusive meditations, diverse community, personalized affirmations, and gratitude journaling.

Stop, Breath & Think

Stressbusters Wellness, U of A Edition: audio tracks, relaxation, meditation, events.

TAO Pathways Enroll for free with UA email and the enrollment key: CAPS-Cares-520

WellTrack (create a free account with your UA email and password)

Woebot Evidence-based treatments, accessible anytime and anywhere.

Youper Self-help, self-guided app that uses Artificial Intelligence to support users in taking care of their emotional health, applying behavioral coping skills, and monitoring mental health symptoms. Free and premium content available.

Emergency Mental Health Support for Students

If you're a student or concerned about a student, call CAPS to consult with a counselor on duty or use our remote triage service. Also be sure to visit our Crisis Resources and Hotlines or international helplines and crisis lines pages for information on identifying a crisis, talking to someone in a crisis, and accessing crisis resources.

CAPS Main phone: (520) 621-3334

Crisis support services are available during business hoursAfter-hours crisis callers may speak with a licensed counselor by pressing 1 when prompted by the automated message.

Due to Covid-19, CAPS is offering all services via Zoom or phone. Please call CAPS prior to coming to the office.

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 or view our list of international helplines and crisis lines. Call 911 in an immediate suicide crisis or emergency.