b'MENTAL AND PHYSICAL WELLNESSCounseling and Psychological ServicesStarting college can be a stressful transition, and CAPS is here to help you maintain your mental health and wellness so you can succeed. While students may seek out counseling for reasons such as depressed mood, anxiety, or sexuality and/or gender questioning, all students are encouraged to contact CAPS if they start to feel overwhelmed. Currently enrolled students can take advantage of all of the services of the Counseling Center for freethere is no cost for this important, confidential help. Available services include crisis intervention, individual therapy, group therapy, peer-led support groups and interactive workshops.Contact: (313) 593-5430(includes after-hours support to connect with a licensed therapist)More info: umdearborn.edu/capsStudent Food Pantry(By Appointment)The Student Food Pantry is committed to increasing access to food as a key to success by providing assistance to any student in need! Students must be currently enrolled atUM-Dearborn (with picture ID) to be eligible; suppliesinclude food items as well as hygiene and cleaning products. The Pantry is open by appointment only,so please visit the website to learn more.Location: 2136 University Center (UC)Contact: (313) 593-5390 | engagement@umich.eduProfessionalism More info: umdearborn.edu/studentfoodpantryDo you demonstrate personal accountability & effective work habits? AthleticsUnfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic, all UM-Dearborn athletics have been canceled for Fall 2020, and the Wellness Center is closed. We encourage you to stay active, healthy and safe at home! Visit the website for any updated information.More info: athletics.umdearborn.edu2020 CAMPUS RESOURCE GUIDE 7'