Outreach & Prevention

Request an Outreach Presentation

U of A campus groups can request a CAPS outreach presentation using the request form below. CAPS actively works to raise campus mental health awareness and engagement through a variety of outreach efforts including classroom presentations, community discussions, training and engagement events, and more.

CAPS Outreach & Event Request Form

CAPS Outreach Presentations and Events

Request a free workshop from a mental health clinician! CAPS offers personalized workshops for campus groups. Remember if you are requesting a workshop for a group, we need two weeks’ notice to allow our staff time to prepare your requested presentation.

Topics we have presented on in the past include, but are not limited to:

  • Recognizing distress

  • Surviving college/graduate school

  • Coping with stress

  • Understanding anxiety and depression

  • Healthy relationships

  • Body image

  • Communication and conflict resolution skills

  • Culture shock

  • Emotional Wellness

Workshops are opportunities to learn and practice different coping skills and wellness habits aimed towards improving the mental health of college students.

Some options are one-time events, some are drop-in based, and others are brief series. Learn more about the difference between groups and workshops, and what all we offer in terms of groups and workshops here

Throughout the school year, CAPS hosts campus-wide events to help raise awareness about mental health.

Each campus event offers students the opportunity to learn how to take better care of their mental health, as well as participate in contests and pick-up free swag!

Look for CAPS at popular events like National Depression Screening Day and Play Day.

CAPS offers consultation and/or debriefing to help the campus community cope with unexpected challenges.

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college-age individuals, which is why CAPS partners with a wide range of campus groups and departments to build comprehensive initiatives for suicide prevention, intervention and postvention. CAPS also works closely with the campus community when affected by a suicide.

CAPS is constantly searching for innovative ways to spread prevention efforts throughout the campus community.  Suicide prevention efforts have been represented at many events throughout the academic year.

In early September, events and activities are organized throughout the week to raise awareness during Suicide Prevention Week.

Departments and student groups interested in receiving more personalized training, presentations, discussions or representation at an event are encouraged to contact CAPS at 479-575-5276.

Learn more about suicide prevention at http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ or by calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Crisis text line 741-741.