Services for Students with Disabilities

US International Council on Disabilities - Washington, DC Internship Program

In 2013, with the vital support of the Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation (MEAF), USICD launched its first internship program focusing on youth with disabilities who are interested in international development or foreign affairs careers. The project follows from a vision, core to USICD’s mission, to increase disability inclusion in U.S. foreign affairs by supporting future generations of Americans to invest their skills and talents in this field.  The program will be held again in the summer of 2017 with continued funding from MEAF. 

CAPS partners with Mcard to enhance mental health and well-being accessibility for Michigan students | Diversity, Equity

CAPS’ partner in its After Hours service, ProtoCall Services, has been providing professional mental health services over the phone since 1992, and serves more than 100 campuses and 2 million college students. The call centers are staffed exclusively by trained masters-level or doctoral-level mental health professionals. On-site clinical supervisors provide clinical and procedural consultation to the ProtoCall counselors, and they will work closely with CAPS clinicians to assure continuity of care for our students.

Op-Ed: Faculty must address mental health | The Michigan Daily

An open letter to the faculty of the University of Michigan:

Over 40 percent of students at the University of Michigan reported having felt so depressed that it was difficult to function at least once during the school year. Additionally, approximately 11 percent said they seriously considered attempting suicide at least once in the last school year. There are now more mental health and well-being student organizations on campus than ever. 


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