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Your Mental Health

There is a program for you. September is suicide prevention month.

Michigan Medicine's House Officer Mental Health Program has been in existence since 1996, providing a range of mental health services to a large number of house officers in all disciplines. We are committed to supporting house officers during this significant, rewarding, and often stressful stage of life. We complete over 70 new evaluations annually, evaluating and treating a broad spectrum of mental health needs, including depression, anxiety, sleep difficulties, ADHD, stress management, interpersonal difficulties, and work-life balance issues, to name a few.

House Officer Mental Health Program

A list of mental health resources available to house officers, provided by the UM House Officer Mental Health Program

U-M Resources

House Officer Mental Health Program

website
phone: (734) 763-4215

Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience

website
phone: (734) 763-5409

Office of Clinical Affairs

Consulting Psychiatrist
phone: (734) 936-2466

Spiritual Care

website
phone: (734) 936-4041

U-M Psychiatric Emergency Services

Available 7 days/week, 24 hours/day
phone: (734) 936-5900

 

Local Resources

Washtenaw County Community Mental Health

website
phone: (734) 544-3050

 

National Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

website
phone: (800) 273-8255