The University of Michigan offers online courses for new and returning undergraduate and graduate students on the topics of alcohol and other drugs, sexual assault prevention, and well-being.
Wolverine Wellness provides health promotion services to the university in support of student well-being. We advance community and personal well-being through partnership and advocacy. Our vision is to have a campus community that centers health equity and elevates well-being.
Wolverine Wellness fosters personal & community well-being for U-M students, in college and beyond.
CRP provides holistic, tailored support to Michigan students who are in recovery from alcohol or other drug problems. If you are a student in recovery or are curious about recovery, give us a call.
The Academy provides training for faculty, staff, and students in support of student well-being. There are two tracks: Motivational Interviewing and Academic Partnerships.
A wellness coach is a non-clinical staff person (not a therapist) who works in partnership with students to optimize their well-being. The coach serves as a non-judgmental guide and supports students in establishing goals that are self-directed and rooted in personal values.