As the semester wraps up, we know that the need for services increases. CAPS values your mental health and wants you to be academically and personally successful. We want you to know there are still ways to engage with CAPS Services, even though we have limited availability for ongoing individual or group sessions at this time. Please review all the ways CAPS is here to meet your immediate needs through other available resources. 1 Schedule a Single Session or Come in for a Same Day Drop in (or tele-mental health) to problem solve issues, discuss recommendations, and create a plan for next semester. 2. Therapist Assisted Online (TAO) offers video courses on issues such as managing anxiety, depression, relationships, motivation, time management and more. 3.After hours crisis line help for when you need to speak with a counselor (Call 407-823-2811 and press 5). 4. WOW workshops - drop in workshops available via telehealth, schedule is posted on this website. 5. Togetherall - UCF's free anonymous forum for mental health. 6. Selp Help - Youtube videos and social media awareness. You can find TAO and Togetherall in the UCF App, under wellbeing

Join us for a Well-Being Online Workshop (WOW). Click HERE to see the schedule and get the zoom link

CAPS values your well-being. If you are feeling sick, please seek medical attention at UCF SHS or urgent care. Your health is our priority. We know this is a stressful time. If you feel sick, even with only mild symptoms such as a headache, cough or low-grade fever, do not come to work or class. Stay away from others and monitor your symptoms, and contact your healthcare provider if they get worse.

We have added some helpful coping information and tools: Mental Health and Coping during COVID-19

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