Mental health support comes in many forms. Campus Health’s Counseling & Psych Services (CAPS) understands that everyone has different needs that require different types of care, so they strive to support and collaborate with each student with an individualized care plan. Their goal is to get students the right mental health support when they need it. This can include a combination of brief counseling, psychiatry, groups, workshops, self-care tools, peer support, specialty services and more.
As we all know, UArizona students can use all of the mental health support possible right now, which is why CAPS has worked to build a menu of free on-demand resources for students. They’re excited to announce a new partnership with a company providing virtual peer-to-peer mental health and wellbeing support - Togetherall.
Togetherall’s online community is clinically moderated by mental health professionals and offers students a safe and anonymous place to express their thoughts, concerns, and triumphs. Resources are free for students (aged 16+) to use and are available 24/7/365. Students are able to draw strength and insights from peers that have real lived experiences, as well as access a range of self-directed, clinically validated tools to promote positive mental health and wellbeing. Togetherall integrates with The University of Arizona’s existing campus services (CAPS) and after-hours emergency phone lines.
Watch this short explainer video to learn more.
Joining is easy, register for free , activate your account, and start to give and get support from peers who have been there.