UHS clinicians provide:
- Medication management of common mental health issues
- Evaluation of anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and sleep disorders
- Treatment options, including medications
- Medication management for confirmed diagnoses of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) -- please link for information about these services
- Prescription renewals with standard medication regimens for conditions such as stable depression or anxiety, for patients who no longer need counseling
- Referral to a UHS psychiatrist for consultation (UHS Psychiatry is only available to students after obtaining a referral from a UHS clinician)
- Referral to Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and/or other appropriate counseling resource
It is recommended that students and other patients make an appointment with a UHS clinician and continue to see that person. Although patients may change clinicians at any time, seeing the same clinician allows patients to develop a relationship and helps ensure quality care.
Our Care Managers are available for screenings, referral and follow-up, or just to talk.
The Collegiate Recovery Program provides students in recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction support to nurture their sobriety and excel in college, plus serves as a resource for people seeking information about recovery and what steps to take in order to stop hurting and start healing.
Eligibility and fees:
Currently enrolled U-M students (Ann Arbor campus) can use UHS and have few expenses at UHS, because they pay a health service fee as part of tuition that covers most UHS services (see Free or Fees for Students for what's covered).
U-M staff, faculty, alumni and their spouses, domestic partners, and dependents can also use UHS on a fee-for-service basis or through billable insurance. UHS is a primary care site for Premier Care Network 1 and GradCare.
How to visit:
See Schedule an Appointment -- Most medical services require an appointment, although we offer options for urgent problems.
You may also call for Nurse Advice, day or night, which may save you a trip to UHS, the ER or an urgent care facility.