The law school community is facing unprecedented disruption due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This page is not dedicated to one of the dimensions of wellness, but rather has resources specifically designed to help address some of the unique challenges that the coronavirus outbreak has brought to our community.
It may be new to you, but many people have successfully taken classes and worked from home for years. After developing a daily routine that worked for you, a new circumstances and environment may have you starting from scratch. Here are tips on creating a new routine, particularly for those who work from home.
This collection encompasses far more than mental health; it is designed to address all of the currently known aspects of well-being, including mental health. These resources are not meant for emergency or crisis interventions.
If you are in mental distress and need help please see the resources provided by the Law School:
For urgent and crisis resources after business hours, dial the CAPS phone number (734.764.8312) and press "0" to speak to a trained mental health professional. Mental health phone services are provided after hours, weekends, and holidays through ProtoCall, a third-party call center. All call centers are staffed exclusively by master's-level or doctoral-level mental health professionals who work closely with CAPS clinicians to assure continuity of care for students. This extended service is available to U-M Ann Arbor students for urgent and crisis matters.