CAPS promotes the well-being of the diverse campus community by balancing high quality mental health services and clinical training with accessibility to foster student success through self-discovery, learning and interpersonal engagement.
CAPS embraces the belief that students’ mental health is a vital component of their academic, professional, and personal success. CAPS will expand awareness of and access to mental health services in order to positively impact the emotional well-being of the campus community, enhance help-seeking behaviors, and effectively assist students to become engaged global citizens.
CAPS joins the UH community and world in expressing how deeply saddened we are by the domestic and international incidents of violence that have occurred during recent weeks. We recognize that UH students are being impacted by these tragic events and may need support. We hold firm to the values of inclusion, multicultural diversity, and social justice. We stand as allies to all communities that suffer from oppression, marginalization, and persecution. If you would like support during this challenging time, or at any point in the future, please call CAPS at 713-743-5454, or stop by our office for a same day consultation. CAPS is located in room 226 of Student Service Center 1.
Wednesday, October 19
12:00pm – 5:00pm
Join CAPS at UH Sugar Land and Wharton Community Junior College as we work to shine a light on mental health during our Mental Health Screening Day.